Next Generation EU Funds

150 billion euros to boost Spain's recovery.

If you are self-employed or a company and want to carry out a sustainability, digitization or cohesion and equality project, you can request the grants online through our partner, Minsait (Indra).

What the Next Generation European funds are

The EU had intended to establish a budget to develop Europe between 2021 and 2027. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, that budget has been increased to 750 billion euros. This increase is what is known as the Next Generation EU Funds.

The goal is to relaunch the economy in the short term and improve productivity and growth potential in the medium and long term.

How you can take advantage of this opportunity

These European funds are aimed primarily at self-employed workers, businesses and corporations, which are the main drivers of the economy and job creation.

The main eligibility condition is that the investment be used for projects related to:

  • Sustainability: renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable mobility, etc.
  • Digitization: infrastructure, education, cybersecurity or Artificial Intelligence.
  • Cohesion and equality: education, health, infrastructure for the disabled and to promote culture and sport.

You can apply entirely online

At BBVA, the process for applying for the public grants is 100% online. The application is made through a platform of Minsait (Indra), a partner company.

At BBVA, we also finance sustainable projects

We are driving a greener and more sustainable future. One of the ways to achieve this is by offering financing for energy efficiency projects. Whether you're eligible for Next Generation EU Funds or not, you can count on us.
Any questions on financing and the Next Generation EU Funds?
If you have any questions about the Next Generation EU Funds or how to make your project eligible for the grants, leave us your information, and we'll get back to you.

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Latest publications on the Next Generation EU Funds

The conditions of the Next Generation EU Funds are subject to the legal criteria set out by the European Union and/or the Government of Spain.
BBVA will assist customers with the necessary procedures to apply for different types of public aid and/or subsidies through various partners, who, at the direct request of the customer, will perform guideline calculations based on legal sources from official publications and/or bulletins issued by government agencies, as participants in the various programs for channeling funds. The aim is to provide customers with useful tools to detect their potential additional financial needs. However, awarding and accessing these grants and subsidies does not depend on BBVA but rather the suitability of each applicant and the eligibility of each investment project submitted. Please note that each Autonomous Community, local entity or participating public body may modify the application or award criteria.