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  • Completed

    Technical support for the development and implementation of projects on the TEN-T core network in Member States entitled to Cohesion Fund funding

    The purpose of the support measure is to increase institutional capacities and the efficiency of public administrations and services as regards the development and implementation of TEN-T core network projects. This ensures support for Member States eligible for Cohesion Fund funding that may experience problems in planning projects that are sufficiently developed and/or of good enough quality and have enough EU added value.

  • Completed

    E-ARK4ALL Project

    The E-ARK4ALL Project is a consortium of five partners working with the European Commission’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). The Archive of the Republic of Slovenia participates in the projectas a partner in the DLM Forum.

  • Completed

    GEOFOOD – Geothermal Energy for Circular Food Production

    As part of the Geothermica programme, the Geothermal Energy for Circular Food Production (GEOFOOD) project is run as food production in Europe requires further steps to reduce the carbon footprint.

  • Underway

    MULTI-E

    As part of the project, the beneficiaries will provide several solutions for clean transport based on alternative fuels and a number of sustainable transport services. It will involve the establishment of a network of compressed natural gas filling stations, a network of EV high-power chargers and city and regional bus connections.

  • Completed

    GovDER - GOVernment Deep Energy Renovation

    To prepare the economic and technical documentation for the deep energy renovation of buildings in the core and wider public sector, the Ministry of Infrastructure obtained grants from the ELENA Fund of the European Investment Bank (EIB) to carry out the GOVernment Deep Energy Renovation (GovDER) project, namely for technical assistance ELENA (TP ELENA).

  • Underway

    Traffic management integration in the National Traffic Management Centre (NTMC) 2

    The purpose of establishing the NTMC is ensuring sustainable comprehensive traffic management by providing real-time traffic information. The project will encompass second-stage NTMC integration activities.

  • Completed

    CROCODILE 3

    This is a continuation of previous EU-funded projects, CROCODILE and CROCODILE 2, a collaboration between Member States to improve cross-border road transport through the implementation of ITS (intelligent transport system) applications.

  • Underway

    Construction of the second tunnel tube for the Karawanks road tunnel on the cross-border section Austria-Slovenia

    The project envisages the extension of the Karavanke motorway tunnel connecting the A2 Karavanke-Obrežje motorway in Slovenia and the A11 Villach-Karavanke in Austria. The project was a joint application by Austria and Slovenia. The Republic of Austria is the project coordinator.

  • Completed

    TN ITS GO

    The purpose of the project is to exchange spatial data that is of fundamental importance to ITS (intelligent transport system) applications. The project is carried out by a group of experts from 15 EU Member States working alongside electronic mapmakers. The Slovenian project partner is the Public Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for Traffic Safety.

  • Completed

    Implementation of multimodal travel information services on the TEN-T network

    The aim is to provide comprehensive information in Slovenia and the wider EU area on the range of travel services provided by public and private operators, thereby enabling smooth, multimodal and cross-border door-to-door travel for passengers. EU grants are earmarked for carrying out ITS tasks to ensure the implementation of multimodal travel information services on the TEN-T network by bringing together public bodies, public transport service providers and providers of trans-European multimodal travel information.

  • Completed

    NEXT-E

    The main purpose of the project is to speed up the introduction of multi-purpose charging infrastructure for electric vehicles with a focus on long-distance travel. The project will encompass the development of a pilot network of 222 multi-standard fast and 30 ultra-fast chargers on four corridors of the TEN-T core network. The project will contribute to the development of the electric vehicle market in Cohesion Member States.

  • Underway

    Sustainable mobility measures under the Agreement for the development of regions (ADR)

    In response to the call of the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, 12 development regions submitted key regional and inter-regional projects and sector project proposals. The ADR encompasses 57 sustainable mobility project proposals with an estimated value of EUR 297.9 million, of which EUR 109.6 million will be co-financed with EU funds (EUR 23 million allocated and EUR 86.6 million in commitment appropriations).

  • Underway

    Soft sustainable mobility measures

    On 8 November 2017, the Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy issued a decision on financial support for the project of soft sustainable mobility measures. The purpose of the project that is a part of the Operational Programme for the Implementation of European Cohesion Policy 2014–2020 is the general promotion of sustainable forms of mobility encompassing incentive and educational activities at the national level and the drafting of professional guidelines for enterprises, institutions and local communities. The total amount of funds intended for the implementation of the project is EUR 3.4 million, of which EUR 2.9 million will be co-financed from the European Cohesion Fund.

  • Completed

    Second track Divaca-Koper – Surveys, executive design, construction of access roads and structures for bridging Glinšcica Valley

    Preparatory works for the construction of a new track on the Divača-Koper railway line.

  • Completed

    eGAFOR

    The project encompasses the deployment of the Electronic General Aviation Forecast (eGAFOR), as low-level flights (LLF) are the most critical part of aviation in terms of safety, and meteorological support (MET) is fragmented and inconsistent.

  • Completed

    CA-EED II - Concerted Action Energy Efficiency Directive

    The purpose of the project CA-EED II Concerted Action on the Energy Efficiency Directive is improved cooperation and the transfer of good practice between Member States in the implementation of national energy efficiency action plans, the transposition of Directive 2012/27/EU on energy efficiency into national legislation and the adoption of the proposal for a new energy efficiency directive presented by the European Commission at the end of 2016.

  • Underway

    World Bee Day

    Slovenia proposed that the United Nations (UN) proclaim 20 May as World Bee Day. On 20 December 2017, following three years of international efforts, the UN Member States unanimously approved Slovenia’s proposal and 20 May was proclaimed World Bee Day.

  • Brexit

    On 29 March 2017, the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) began the process of leaving the European Union (EU). The UK and the EU negotiated the Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union in October 2019. On 17 October 2019, the European Council endorsed the revised agreement. Following the general election in the UK in December 2019, the UK Parliament endorsed the agreement in January 2020. The European Parliament endorsed it on 29 January 2020.

  • Completed

    SLOWAM

    The SLOWAM project encompasses the acquisition and implementation of the Wide Area Multilateration System for air traffic management and control. As part of the project, the technology used in aircraft positioning was set up.

  • Completed

    URBAN-E

    The aim of the project is to facilitate e-mobility, intermodal transport and green transport services in city centres and to ensure network connectivity and standardisation, thereby achieving the aim of reducing CO2 emissions. The pilot deployment study is implemented in the Core Urban Nodes of Bratislava, Zagreb and Ljubljana.