- 01 jaanuar 2021
- Tähtaja mudel
- Level of funding
- Regional level
The European Commission allocated EUR 89 million from the Just Transition Fund (JTF) to be invested in Denmark. This is included in the partnership Agreement with Denmark, adopted in May 2022, setting out Denmark's cohesion policy strategy for the period 2021-2027. The agreement will support Denmark in promoting economic, social and territorial cohesion, with a focus on key EU priorities such as the green and digital transition, and it will also contribute to the country's competitive, innovative and sustainable growth.
JTF funds will target North and South Jutland, and aim to play a central role in Denmark’s transition to a climate-neutral economy. The JTF will, among other priorities, invest in projects with a potential to ensure the development of CO2 capture and storage and hydrogen-related technologies. Among the objectives of the JFT programme, objective 1, ‘Create a coherent Denmark with strong local business lighthouses’ is the one that most clearly includes competence and skills development.
Erhvervsstyrelsen is the main public authority responsible for the management of JTF funds in Denmark. More information is available here.