EU transport decision brings funds to Stockholm


EU funding will now be available to strengthen Stockholm Norvik Port’s infrastructure following the decision to include the port in the Trans-European Transport Network

This will help Stockholm Norvik Port continue to develop as a node for sustainable transport and to become a leading energy hub.

The new TEN-T regulation, which is expected to enter into force in April 2024, means among other things a change in status for a number of Baltic Sea ports. 

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