Financing Opportunities

The Port of the future

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Ports are a major example of hubs' need for modernisation. Ports are essential for the European economy as a global player and for the internal market. They are a main catalyst for regional development and their optimisation and inclusion in the territory is fundamental to ensure that efficient operations will not affect negatively the surrounding areas. Specific issues (like dredging, emission reductions, and energy transition, incl. electrification, smart grids, and the use of renewables management and emissions) are combined with other challenges common to all multi-modal terminals.

General information

The Port of the future
Topic Identifier
Types of Action
CSA Coordination and support action


Publication date
14 October 2015
Deadline Model
Two stage
Planned opening date
20 September 2016
26 January 2017 17:00
2nd stage Deadline
19 October 2017 17:00

For further information


c/o SEA Europe, Rue de la Loi, 67 (4th floor), Brussels B-1000, Belgium

Tel. +32 2 230 2791

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