European Commission successfully completes its fifth syndicated transaction for 2023 by raising €7 billion
The European Commission, which issues EU-Bonds on behalf of the EU, has today raised a further €7 billion of EU-Bonds in its fifth syndicated transaction for 2023.
Digital Services Act: Commission designates first set of Very Large Online Platforms and Search Engines
Today, the Commission adopted the first designation decisions under the Digital Services Act (DSA).
State aid: Commission approves prolonged and amended Spanish and Portuguese measure to lower electricity prices amid energy crisis
The European Commission has approved, under State aid rules, the prolongation and amendments of a Spanish and Portuguese measure aimed at reducing the wholesale electricity prices in the Iberian market (‘MIBEL’) by lowering the input costs of fossil fuel-fired power stations.
Joint gas purchasing: The AggregateEU mechanism to increase energy security for Europe
What is AggregateEU and how is it linked to the EU Energy Platform?
State aid: 2022 Scoreboard shows that in 2021 State aid levels remained high to tackle economic effects of the pandemic
The annual State Aid Scoreboard provides a comprehensive overview of EU State aid expenditure based on the reports provided by the Member States.
rescEU: over €106 million for first pan-European field hospital.
The Commission is allocating €106.2 million to Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Romania and Türkiye to develop the new rescEU EMT (Emergency Medical Team) capability.
Global Gateway: EU and Togo strengthen partnership in sustainable agribusiness, energy and connectivity
As part of Global Gateway, the EU is announcing a new contribution of €70 million for two Team Europe Initiatives (TEIs) to boost agri-businesses, energy and connectivity in Togo in line with the country’s 2025-development plan, in partnership with France and Germany and the European Investment Bank