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Pnrr, 46 billion of the 101 available have been spent in three years. Meloni: “A decisive acceleration is needed in 2024”

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Pnrr, 46 billion of the 101 available have been spent in three years.  Meloni: “A decisive acceleration is needed in 2024”

Italy has managed to spend only 45 billion euros on PNRR projects: less than half of the money disbursed by Europe so far, over 100 billion. The data is indicated by the government in the half-yearly report on the implementation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan approved by the Control Room.

21 billion spent in 2023
In the 180-page draft on the table at Palazzo Chigi we read: «At the end of 2023, Italy had spent 45.6 billion euros under the Pnrr. Last year, 21.1 billion were spent compared to the 40.9 indicated in the Nadef”. Italy, the document continues, «received 102.5 billion euros out of a total of 194.4. In 2024, there are 39 objectives associated with the sixth instalment, equal to 9.6 billion, while there are 74 objectives and goals connected to the seventh instalment, equal to 19.6 billion euros”.

Most of the resources for bonuses
Of the 45.6 billion, 13.9 went to finance the Superbonus at 110%; then Transition 4.0 credits were able to count on 10.7 billion. Incentives for research and development were also financed with a significant amount: over two billion. In short, the actual construction sites in the area are going slowly, on the contrary the bonuses have filled up the EU resources.

How much did the EU pay
The resources so far disbursed to Italy under the Pnrr consist of 60.9 billion euros in loans and 41 billion euros in non-repayable grants. The remaining 92.5 billion euros of European resources that Italy will still have to receive are divided into six instalments, the disbursement of which is subject, respectively, to the achievement of the goals and objectives to be achieved in the six months starting from the second half of 2023 (fifth installment ) in the first half of 2026 (tenth instalment). In terms of quantity of spending, the Ministry of the Environment is in the lead as of 31 December (14 billion euros), followed by the 13.76 billion of the Ministry of Business and Made in Italy, then the MIT with 6 billion.

Meloni: «Much still to be done»
«The work is not finished, we still have a lot to do, but the many objectives achieved so far make us proud and encourage us to give more and more. In the interest of Italy and Italians”, we read in the preamble to the report signed by Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.
The Prime Minister calls on the ministers to “work as a team, determining a decisive acceleration for the increase in spending of the allocated resources and for the rapid implementation of the new measures included in the Plan”.

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