On December 2020, the European Council agreed upon a recovery package (NGEU) which allows the European Commission to provide up to €750 billion (at 2018 prices) to member states to finance their recovery efforts. The main component of NGEU is the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), which makes €672.5 billion available (up to €312.5 billion in grants and €360 billion in loans). The rest of NGEU consists in 6 others instruments for a total of €77.5 billion in grants.
Each national plan’s allocation has to support the green transition (for at least 37% of its total amount) and the digital transformation (at least 20%). The national plans page of this site gives more details on each country's plan (grants and loan amounts, green and digital allocations, size of the plan on gross domestic product). The payments page displays the list of all instalments made to member states.
To finance NGEU, the European Commission has been empowered to raise funds on behalf of the EU (see article 5 of the December 14ᵗʰ 2020 decision on the system of own resources). Its bonds must be issued on the markets before end-2026 and the funds borrowed shall be repaid before end-2058. The borrowing page of this site centralizes useful information on funding operations (legal framework, issuances list, investors geography and type).