Sustainable Europe Investment Plan – factsheet

The Sustainable Europe Investment Plan, often referred to as the European Green Deal Investment Plan (EGDIP), represents the main investment pillar of the EU Green Deal. It will have to mobilise at least €1 trillion in sustainable investments over the next decade in order to achieve a climate neutral economy by 2050.

The Sustainable Europe Investment Plan sets out three main goals:
• It has to increase funding for the transition and mobilise at least €1 trillion to support sustainable investments over the next decade through the EU budget and associated instruments, in particular InvestEU;
• It has to create an enabling framework for private investors and the public sector to facilitate sustainable investments;
• It has to provide support to public administrations and project promoters in identifying, structuring and executing sustainable projects.

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