Non-postponable works of the PNRR, Anci: the contribution against expensive materials also covers VAT


02/09/2022 – The contributions against expensive materials, foreseen to start the non-deferrable works financed with the PNRR, also cover VAT.

The National Association of Italian Municipalities (Anci) has provided an interpretation of the dpcm which allocates additional funds to allow local authorities to launch tenders on the basis of prices updated to the new market conditions.

The contributions will be funded by the Fund for the start-up of non-deferrable worksestablished by the “Aid” Decree (DL 50/2022) with a total endowment of 7.5 billion euros until 2026 (1.5 billion for 2022, 1.7 billion for 2023, 1.5 billion for each of the years 2024 and 2025 and 1.3 billion for 2026).

Non-deferrable works of the PNRR, the contributions cover VAT

In the interpretative note, Anci clarified the theme of the financeability of VAT relating to projects financed by the PNRR, whose economic frameworks are changed due to the increase in material costs.

Anci, reporting what has already been clarified by the Central Service for the PNRR of the State General Accounting Office, explained that “all projects are financed in their full cost (understanding so of VAT). When reporting, the VAT must be separated and considered separately only for accounting purposes vis-à-vis the European Commission “.

Non-postponable works of the PNRR, how the contributions work

We remind you that the local authorities implementing the interventions financed by the PNRR or PNC will not have to send an application to obtain the additional resources. The resources will be assigned automatically according to the percentages indicated in the table attached to the dpcm.

The additional resources will benefit from the works for which the calls or letters of invitation will be published from 18 May 2022 (date of entry into force of the Aid Decree) to 31 December 2022.

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