Databases organise data via multiple entries and enable research and filters. A special attention must be paid to the format of a database to be usable and reusable and regularly updated.
- Tags : Deliverable, Data collection
De minimis declaration
- Tags : State aid
Programmes funded by EU structural funds face a risk of decommitment of funds in case that allocations set in the financial tables of the programme are not translated into effective requests for payment to the European Commission within the set timeframe.
Should this loss of funds (ERDF and/or IPA) result from projects lagging behind their payment targets based on the spending forecast included in the Subsidy Contract signed between the Lead Partner and the Managing Authority, the Programme might have to reduce contribution to these projects.
In accordance with the Energy Efficiency Directive (see recital 16), cost‐effective deep renovations lead to a refurbishment that reduces both the delivered and final energy consumption of a building by a significant percentage compared with the pre‐renovation levels leading to a very high energy performance. Such deep renovations could also be carried out in stages. The Commission services have indicated (see SWD(2013) 143 final) that the significant efficiency improvements resulting from deep renovation are typically of more than 60% energy savings.
- Tags : Energy efficiency, Energy Performance Certificate
A deliverable can be defined as the physical evidence of what has been produced through an activity or as the physical evidence/support of the output that was produced through an activity. Each activity should include one or more deliverables that contribute to the achievement of project outputs. All steps of a single activity do not necessarily need to be listed as separate deliverables, but should be aggregated into one deliverable when applicable and relevant.
- Tags : Result, Output, Activity
Depreciation is a loss in value of an asset over time. The full purchase price of an asset is eligible if the item is solely used for the project during its total economic and depreciable lifetime. Depreciation may be eligible, provided the cost relates exclusively to the period of support and that no public grants have contributed towards the acquisition of the depreciated asset.
Reference : Article 69.2 CPR
- Tags : Indirect costs