€14m in EU Funds for Three Slovenian Infrastructure Projects

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STA, 1 October 2018 - The European Commission has proposed financial support for three Slovenian projects from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) fund, totalling almost EUR 14m. One of the projects is coordinated by energy company Petrol and the other two will be carried out by the Slovenia's air traffic control service.

Petrol will implement the international partnership project MULTI-E with the public transport companies Avrigo and Arriva and the local authorities of Celje and Koper.

The project will look to establish a network of filling stations for compressed natural gas, an electric bus connection Celje-Ljubljana-Postojna and multi-modal systems in Ljubljana, Celje and Koper.

The European Commission has proposed that EUR 11.8m in co-funding for the project is provided from the CEF, the Ministry of Infrastructure said in a press release on Wednesday.

Slovenia Control will meanwhile receive CEF funds for a project it is developing together with the aviation services company FABCE as part of SESAR Deployment Programme Implementation - 2017.

The second project managed by the national air traffic control service is an independent project dubbed Slovenia Wide Area Multilateration System. The European Commission has granted EUR 2.2m in CEF funds for both projects in total.

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