- Target group http://interreg-med.eu
The target groups concern individuals and/or organisations directly positively affected by the activities and results of operations. Not necessarily receiving a financial grant (as opposed to a beneficiary), but directly involved in the operation (as opposed to an end-user), the target groups may exploit project outcomes for their own benefits.
- Synergie CTE http://interreg-med.eu
Online monitoring tool of the Interreg MED Programme.
- Total expenditure http://interreg-med.eu
All expenditure incurred and paid (or calculated based on simplified cost options) by project partners in relation to implementation of the project activities.
- Total eligible expenditure http://interreg-med.eu
All expenditure that is compliant with EU, Interreg MED Programme and national rules, and thus is eligible for co-financing from the Interreg MED Programme. The total eligible expenditure is calculated based on the total expenditure, excluding net revenue generated by the project.
- Transferability http://interreg-med.eu
All used protocols and results must be transferable to the MED area and therefore, the actions must be reusable and/or adaptable. The partnership must ensure that the following criteria are met : comparability of data and informationreliability of data and informationstrength of methodology and protocols usedrelevance of formatclear definition of target...
- Terms of reference http://interreg-med.eu
A document providing the framework and guidelines related to a specific call for proposals.
- Target value http://interreg-med.eu
A quantified objective expressed as a value to be reached by an indicator (output or result indicator), within a given time frame.
- Smart city http://interreg-med.eu
In Smart Cities, digital technologies translate into better public services for citizens, better use of resources and less impact on the environment. The smart city concept goes beyond the use of ICT for better resource use and less emissions. It means smarter urban transport networks, upgraded water supply and waste disposal facilities, and more efficient ways to light and heat buildings. It also encompasses a more interactive and responsive city administration, safer public spaces and meeting the needs of an ageing population. Reference
- Small scale investments http://interreg-med.eu
Facilities or infrastructures of limited size or scope, which are essential to the successful implementation of a pilot activity. Their purpose must be the demonstration of the feasibility and effectiveness of a proposed solution (eg : services, tools, methods or approaches). Costs associated to "small scale investment" should be foreseen under the budget line 5 – equipment expenditure.
- Small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) http://interreg-med.eu
Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises are defined according to the number of employees and either the turnover or the annual balance sheet total. A medium-sized enterprise is defined as an enterprise which employs fewer than 250 persons and whose annual turnover does not exceed EUR 50 million and/or whose annual balance-sheet total does not exceed EUR 43 million.A small enterprise is defined as an enterprise which employs fewer than 50 persons and whose annual turnover and/or annual balance sheet total does not exceed EUR 10 million.A micro-enterprise is defined as an enterprise which employs fewer than 10 persons and whose annual turnover and/or annual balance sheet total does not exceed EUR 2 million. This ceilings apply to the figures for individual firms only. A firm which is part of larger grouping may need to include employee/turnover/balance sheet total from that grouping too. Reference