The operation estimated investment accounts for € 12.9 M.
Its core funding is supported by Dalkia and FerroPem.
This project is co-financed by the European Union and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.
A part of the co-financing is supported by the LIFE Programme. The objective of the LIFE Programme is to implement, update and develop an environmental and climate-related European policy and law, through project co-financing mechanisms. The LIFE Programme, under the climate change risk reduction, co-finances the WHIN project up to € 3,215,466.
Another part of the co-financing is supported by the FEDER Programme, led by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. As a major player in the local sustainable development, the FEDER Programme aims at strengthening the economic and social cohesion within the European Union by offsetting regional inequalities. It contributes to the economic development of territories by supporting a large range of actions. The FEDER programme, as part of its support initiatives to the transition towards a low-carbon economy, co-finances the WHIN project up to € 2,877,229.