New financing lines available for LARGE COMPANIES

September 22, 2020

We present you a short summary of the most important financing lines opened in the next period or which will be launched soon, addressed to large enterprises (with over 250 employees and / or a turnover of over 50 million euro).

1. Financing line for digital and IT&C skills training (POCU 3.12)

  • The projects’ maximum value is 500.000 euro with a grant up to 250.000 euro (50%);
  • Only large companies active in priority sectors, such as: IT&C, creative industries, automotive, health, pharma, energy, tourism and other can apply – find out if your company activity domain is eligible to apply here;
  • A minimum of 75 employees, working outside Bucharest-Ilfov region must attend training activities;
  • A project’s timeline is maximum 18 months;
  • Total allocation: 10 million euro;
  • Call statusLaunched, with submission deadline November 15th 2020;
  • For more information, click here.

2. Financing line for the implementation of energy consumption monitoring systems for large industrial consumers (POIM 6.2)

  • The projects’ maximum value is 200.000 euro, with a 100% non-refundable financing;
  • Eligible beneficiaries: industry companies (carrying out eligible economic activities in sectors related to section B – Extractive industry and section C – Manufacturing industry) with consumptions of over 1.000 toe / year (defined as large energy consumers, according to ANRE), for which implemented monitoring systems, in order to quickly identify immediate solutions to reduce consumption and for which there must be a strong tool to quantify the positive effects of the application of measures to increase energy efficiency. and recorded operating profit (> 0 lei) in the fiscal year prior to the submission of the financing application;
  • A project’s timeline is maximum 18 months;
  • Total allocation: 11.7 million euro;
  • Call statusLaunched, with submission deadline December 31th 2020;
  • For more information, click here.

3. Projects for investments with major impact in the economy stimulation (National Funds, HG 807)

  • The minimum investment value is 1.000.000 euro, with up to  50% non-refundable grant;
  • Eligible beneficiaries: companies established according to Law 31/1990 in any activity domain, with some exceptions;
  • Initial investment eligible costs:  construction works or rent costs; the acquisition of tangible assets (like equipment) and purchase of software, licenses etc;
  • Total allocation: 145 million euro annual budget;
  • Call status: Launched, with continuous submission;
  • For more information, click here.

4. Financing line to support investments that promote regional development through job creation (National Funds, HG 332)

  • It is eligible any initial investment that generates, in maximum 3 years from the completion of the investment, the creation of a minimum of 100 new jobs;
  • Eligible beneficiaries: enterprises (large and / or SMEs) established according to Law 31/1990 that make investments in all areas, except those excluded can apply;
  • Up to 50% of the total salary costs (gross salary and contributions) registered for a period of 24 consecutive months are financed for new jobs. The eligible salary cost is the salary cost comprising the gross salary, as well as the related obligatory contributions of the employer, according to the legal provisions in force; The initial investment means: extension of activity to an existing space, diversification of activity or creation of a new unit;
  • Total call allocation: 100 million euro average annual budget;
  • Call status: The draft guide is published in consultation and call for proposals will be opened shortly;
  • For more information, click here.

To find out more information about opportunities list dedicated to SMEs, click here.

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