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Explore the Project implementation handbook Interreg Alpine Space  Programme

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The Alpine Space programme (ASP) follows the “total costs” principle1 . The project participants from EU Member States are co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) up to a maximum rate of 85% of the eligible costs. Every ERDF beneficiary needs to secure public or private contribution to complete its budget (15% at least) either from its own resources or from other entities. As Liechtenstein and Switzerland are not members of the European Union, project participants from these countries are not eligible for ERDF co-financing.The Alpine Space programme (ASP) follows the “total costs” principle1 . The project participants from EU Member States are co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) up to a maximum rate of 85% of the eligible costs. Every ERDF beneficiary needs to secure public or private contribution to complete its budget (15% at least) either from its own resources or from other entities. As Liechtenstein and Switzerland are not members of the European Union, project participants from these countries are not eligible for ERDF co-financing.Explore the Project implementation handbook

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The Alpine Space programme (ASP) follows the “total costs” principle . The project participants from EU Member States are co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) up to a maximum rate of 85% of the eligible costs. Every ERDF beneficiary needs to secure public or private contribution to complete its budget (15% at least) either from its own resources or from other entities. As Liechtenstein and Switzerland are not members of the European Union, project participants from these countries are not eligible for ERDF co-financing.

 

Geographical location

As a general rule, project participants have to be located inside the cooperation area (see also section 1.1.1 of the cooperation programme):

o Austria: whole country; o France: Rhône-Alpes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Franche-Comté, Alsace;

o Germany: districts of Oberbayern and Schwaben (in Bayern), Tübingen and Freiburg (in BadenWürttemberg);

o Italy: Lombardia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Veneto, Trentino-Alto Adige, Valle d’Aosta, Piemonte and Liguria;

o Liechtenstein: whole country;

o Slovenia: whole country;

o Switzerland: whole country.

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