1 Airports, Intermodal and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) projects: Recommendations to Project Beneficiaries Seminar on State Aid for Transport Projects co-financed by EU Structural Funds in Poland Warsaw 28 th May 2008
2 Contents 1. Jaspers support to the preparation of State Aid schemes 2. Key features of the State aid schemes 2.1 What is a State aid? 2.2 General presentation of the State aid schemes 2.3 Why State aid is needed in Airport,, Intermodal and ITS projects in Poland? 3. Notification procedure 4. Recommandations on State aid schemes 4.1 Selection procedure of Beneficiaries 4.2 Eligible projects 4.3 Eligible expenses 4.4 Aid intensity 4.5 Cumulation of aid 4.6 Control of the use of State aids
3 1. Jaspers support to the preparation of Polish State Aid schemes Following a request from Polish Ministries in charge, in July 2007, 07, Jaspers selected Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) as consultant to provide advice in the preparation of State Aid schemes for Airports, Intermodal projects and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). (A few months before, ARUP had been selected as Jaspers consultant nt to provide advice for the preparation of Urban Transport projects, the contract was extended thereafter to cover Railway Rolling Stock projects.) The initial work programme agreed with Polish partners included following tasks: 1. Benchmarking: review of projects in a sample of EU countries, comparison of approaches to State Aid issues with the approaches planned in Poland 2. Review and comment on relevant parts of the detailed description of Priority Axes in the Infrastructure and Environment Operational programme 3. Review and comment on Ministerial Ordinances under preparation concerning planned State Aid schemes for the sectors concerned 4. Make recommendations about how state aid issues should be handled by Beneficiaries in the preparation of specific projects
4 1. Jaspers support to the preparation of Polish State Aid schemes The Jaspers/PB contract was extended at the beginning of 2008, in order to fulfil additional needs: 1. Advise on the preparation of Notification Fiches for the State Aid A schemes, to be submitted to the EC 2. Advise on the preparation of supporting justifications for the three t concerned Ordinances and Notification Fiches 3. Integrate comments made by EC/DG TREN experts at the occasion of an informal consultation held in Brussels on the 1 st April 2008 The presentation below summarises the main results of the works carried out by Polish Ministries with support of Jaspers/PB Consultants. These shall be eventually integrated in the final version of guidance notes, aimed at helping Beneficiary institutions for the preparation of specific projects co-financed by EU structural Funds
5 2. Key features of the State aid schemes 2.1 What is a State aid? The Polish Transport Ordinances constitute State aid schemes on which basis individual aids may be granted. They must comply with European State aid rules and must be notified to the EC. A State aid is: A measure of public support granted by the State or through State resources, which confers an advantage to selected undertakings, which affects trade between Member States and, distorts or threatens to distort competition in the Common Market. State aids are, in principle, considered incompatible with Common market, unless they are formally authorized by the European Commission.
6 2. Key features of the State aid schemes 2.2 General presentation of the State aid schemes Legal basis : OrdinanceO of the Minister of Infrastructure Implementation of the Operational Program Infrastructure and Environment (IEOP) for /Regulations/ on European Funds Form of the Aid Development subsidy received from the State budget. Duration of the Aid Aids shall be granted until December 31, 2015.
7 2. Key features of the State aid schemes 2.3 Why State aid is needed for specific transport projects in Poland? Justification for Airport projects Vision: Planning horizon (20 yrs minimum) Role of airports (hub, small regional, large regional) Growth of cities Surface transport Remote communities Competition Opportunities Development Requirement: Economic drivers Passenger/Cargo/ ATMs demand forecast Service levels Capacity required to meet forecast Capacity available New requirement Master Plan
9 Justification for Intermodal projects Vision: Modern intermodal transport system in 20 years Better facilitate intermodal shipments East- West, North- South Increasing market share of rail and sea transport Development of a competitive intermodal terminals and logistics centres network: Increased competition in the transport sector Overall competitiveness increase of Poland s s transport system in the EU Development Requirements: National intermodal transport strategy plus rail and sea ports plans Demand, facility and equipment assessment Logistics facilities Improve rail access to sea ports Overall infrastructure and service quality improvements
10 Expected benefits and results: Improved rail and sea transport competitiveness Reduction of dependency on road transport Modern container terminals at ports and railroads Increased capacities of logistics systems Environmental benefits, safety, jobs Creation of growth possibilities for SMEs Eligible Investment/ Requirements: Infrastructure and equipment Other Poland s s relevant transport programmes: The Operational Program: Infrastructure and Environment The National Development Strategy The State Transportation Policy Intermodal components of rail and seaports master plans
11 Justification for ITS projects Vision: Development and practical implementation of ITS in Poland similar to EU-15 in 20 years Contribution to Poland s s and EU sustainable transport system Major improvement of transport system capacities (eliminaton of bottlenecks) ITS programmes mes standarisation ation with EU Development Requirements: National ITS strategy: Demand assessment and ITS pilot projects ITS systems for intermodal, rail transport and sea ports. ITS for road to support intermodal transport efficiency City and regional ITS plans
12 Expected benefits and results: Improved Poland s s transport system competitiveness Additional high-tech investment in transport sector Environmental, safety benefits Job creation in the high-tech sector and SME s development Coordinated ITS implementation with EU Eligible Investment/ Requirements: Competitive procedure for all types of ITS projects Traffic management, passenger services, fleet management, safety, data collection. Other Poland s s relevant transport programes: The Operational Program: Infrastructure and Envirinment The National Development Strategy The State Transportation Policy Regional and city transport plans
13 3. Notification procedure Member States have to notify State aids to the EC and obtain authorization before these can be implemented. Shortest period of preliminary examination for the EC to take a decision: within 2 months from complete notification. In case of doubts as to the compatibility of a State aid with European rules, the EC decides to open a formal investigation procedure. Exceptions from the notification requirements: Individual aid measures covered by an authorised aid scheme; de minimis aid; Aid covered by exemption Regulation (ex: regional aids); Public service compensation.
14 4. Recommandations on State aid schemes 4.1 Selection procedure of Beneficiaries Projects will be selected through tendering pursuant to the principles of the IEOP and Act of 6 December 2006 Aids will be granted to projects that met the selection criteria Documents detailing the selection criteria available at and Potential Beneficiaries have to submit an application: Applications must mention the objectives of the project, its value, its expected results and the co-financing amount required,, etc. A co-financing agreement has to be concluded between the Beneficiary and the subsidizing entity.
15 Major conditions to be eligible: No major modifications of the project for at least 5 years. Good financial position of the Beneficiaries. Access to infrastructures granted to all interested entities on equal non- discriminating terms. Compliance with other rules defined in the Ordinance. Eligible beneficiaries for each State aid scheme Intermodal sector - Companies from the EU Member States, providing or intending to provide services in intermodal transport in the Republic of Poland, in particular: operators of container terminals and logistic centres; sea ports managers. ITS sector - Entities providing services in passengers and cargo transport services and fee collection services.
16 Airport sector - Entities managing airports included in the Trans European Transport Network TEN-T in the area of airport infrastructure development. TEN-T T airports are: Warszawa Okęcie cie, Kraków Balice, Katowice Pyrzowice, Wrocław Strachowice, Poznań Ławica, Gdańsk Rębiechowo, Szczecin Goleniów, Rzeszów Jasionka.
17 4. Recommandations on State aid schemes 4.2 Eligible projects Aid must only be granted for infrastructure and equipments directly linked to intermodal,, ITS or airport transport. Intermodal sector Intermodal transport may be defined as the characteristic of a transport system that allows at least two different modes to be used in an integrated manner in a door-to to-door transport chain. Examples of eligible projects: Construction and modernisation of container terminals and logistic ic centres at the rail lines and sea ports; Purchase or modernisation of cranes and transhipment equipment; Infrastructure used for intermodal transport only, etc.
18 Intelligent Transport Sector Issue of clear definition of the projects that could be funded The Ordinance defines ITS as: Information and communication technologies concerning transport infrastructure and means of transport, providing for management of elements that usually are not integrated (vehicles, freight, transport routes) Their use result in improved safety, reduction of wear and tear of vehicles, fuel consumption and, shortened travel time. Examples of eligible projects: Construction of toll collection systems, logistic systems and telematics projects, development of databases; Projects improving the vehicle fleet management, etc.
19 Airport sector Airport infrastructure concerns the construction of airport infrastructure and equipment (runways, terminals, aprons, etc.) or facilities that directly support them. Activities that normally fall under State responsibility do not fall within the scope of State aid rules (ex: safety, air traffic control, police or customs) Examples of eligible projects: Construction, development and modernisation of the airport infrastructure, with purchase of equipments, vehicles and systems; s; Projects for environment protection (noise, air, etc.); Technical and operational facilities for airport infrastructure services. Aid cannot be granted for supporting commercial operations not directly linked to the basic airport operations (ex. hotels, restaurants, etc).
20 4. Recommandations on State aid schemes 4.3 Eligible Expenses Eligible expenses are expenses indispensable for implementation of the project. All categories of eligible expenses are listed in the Ordinance. Categories of costs not listed in the Ordinance are ineligible for funding. No aid will have to be granted before the Aid scheme is approved by the European Commission. Issue of costs incurred from 1 January 2007 before the Commission decision
21 4. Recommandations on State aid schemes 4.4 Aid intensity General rules Aid must be limited in intensity to what is necessary to realize the total investment. Aid can only cover a part of the total eligible costs. Maximum Aid intensities Intermodal sector: 30% for equipment and, 50% for infrastructure and feasibility studies. ITS sector: 50% for infrastructure, Discussion for equipment (30%-50%). Airport sector: 50% for all projects.
22 4. Recommandations on State aid schemes 4.5 Cumulation of Aid Aids may be cumulated with other aids,, irrespective of its form and source. Note for intermodal sector: : another State aid scheme has been implemented by the Polish State (State aid case N160/2005). In case of cumulation by the same beneficiary of several aid measures contained on the scheme, subsidy shall not exceed the maximum intensity valid for each measure. Aid Beneficiaries shall notify the competent authority any other funding received for the same project.
23 4. Recommandations on State aid scheme 4.6 Control of the use of State aids The correct use of State aids may be controlled: Projects controls (on the spot) may happen Controls are to verify whether the project is correctly implemented and whether the expenses are in compliance with Community and national rules Beneficiaries have to keep the relevant documentation
24 Thank you for your kind attention! Ted Sheldia Project Manager Parsons Brinckerhoff +32 (0) For queries, please contact: Michel Gaspard Transport Sector Specialist EIB/Jaspers Warsaw Office (+48 22) Stéphane Hautbourg Legal Expert Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. Tél (0)
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