The Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) is a shared G7 commitment to advance public and private investments in sustainable, inclusive, resilient and quality infrastructure. Through this partnership, the G7 aims to mobilize up to USD 600 billion by 2027 to narrow the infrastructure investment gap in partner countries.
Since its launch at the G7 Elmau Summit, the PGII has been delivering investments across a range of priorities, including
- climate change and the energy crisis
- supply chain resilience
- connectivity through digital infrastructure and transport networks
- sustainable health systems
- and gender equality and equity
The EU’s Global Gateway strategy will have a crucial role in connecting the world through smart, clean, and secure links in digital, energy and transport sectors and to strengthen health, education, and research systems globally. Global Gateway will be the EU’s principal contribution to the PGII. Some Global Gateway flagship projects have already been identified as priorities under the PGII.
Global Gateway projects:
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Global Gateway projects by sector:
Digital (europa.eu) - Climate and energy (europa.eu) - Transport (europa.eu) - Health (europa.eu) - Education and research (europa.eu)
Statement by President at the G7 Leaders' Summit (europa.eu)
EU contribution to the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment Factsheet