Rehabilite is co-funded by the European Union through INTERREG SUDOE, a Territorial Cooperation Programme that belongs to the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

The Programme promotes transnational cooperation to solve southwest European Regions’ common issues, such as low investment in research and development, weak competitiveness of SMEs and exposure to climate change as well as to environmental risks.

All Spanish Autonomous Communities (except Canary Islands) are suitable regions, just as southwest regions of France, continental regions of Portugal, United Kingdom (Gibraltar) and The Principality of Andorra.

Find further information about INTERREG SUDOE Programme here

On five priority axes envisaged by the Programme, Rehabilite is part of: :
Priority axe 3: A low carbon economy

This axe aims to improve energy efficiency policies in public buildings and housing through the implementation of networks and joint experimentation.

Additional information about Priority Axe 3:

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