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Funds of 1.3 billion euros from ADR-BI available between 2021 and 2027

5 March 2023

The Bucharest-Ilfov Regional Development Agency (ADR-BI) has over 1.3 billion euros of funds available in the period 2021-2027 for digitalization programs, smart infrastructure and energy efficiency. “There are eight investment priorities, including the development and operationalization of Măgurele Science Park”, said Simona Curpăn, Head of Promotion and Investment Department at ADRBI, at the “Smart Cities” conference, organized by Energynomics.

Măgurele Science Park is included in the list of strategic projects and has a financial allocation of 65 million euros.

The first line of the financing included in the Bucharest-Ilfov Regional Program 2021-2027 refers to innovation and benefits from a total allocation of 374.5 million euros, of which almost 150 million euros will come through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

The second provides for the digitalization of public administration and has a budget of 75 million euros, of which 30 million euros are through the ERDF.

The third priority has a total budget of 300 million euros, of which 120 million euros through the ERDF and has among its objectives the increase of energy efficiency in residential and public buildings, the construction of nZEB public buildings, or the creation/expansion of green spaces and infrastructures.

The projects aimed at clean and digitalized urban public transport and that encourage travel will have a total budget of 287.5 million euros, of which 115 million euros through the ERDF.

For connectivity and road infrastructure, 106.2 million euros will be allocated, of which 42.5 million euros through the ERDF.


The sixth priority concerns modern education, the construction of educational units, including campuses, and has a budget of 171.6 million euros, of which 68.6 million euros through the ERDF.

The seventh priority provides for the development of recreational and cultural spaces and the protection of heritage and has a budget of 93 million euros, of which 37.2 million euros are through the ERDF.

The “Smart Cities” conference was organized by Energynomics, with the support of our partners, among them ABB, ENGIE Romania, Finder, Flash Lighting Services, Photomate, REI Group, SIXT.

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