Interreg Europe funding is available for local, regional and national public authorities throughout Europe to develop and deliver better policy by sharing solutions with each other.
Two Interreg Europe projects concern microfinance and energy efficiency financial instruments. These, like all Interreg Europe projects, involve policy organisations from at least three different countries in Europe working together for three to five years.
A new funding call from Interreg Europe is now open until 30 June 2017 and projects related to financial instruments are encouraged. See www.interregeurope.eu for further information and the funding application pack.