Update – the voting sheet is available.
The ERC-FET-MSCA Configuration of the Horizon 2020 Programme Committee is being consulted on the award of 8 grants (batch 6) following the call for proposals H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 from 4-11 January 2019.
INEA has received 72 project proposals by the deadline of the Low-Carbon Energy call on 11 December 2018. The total available budget is €125 million. According to estimates, up to fourteen projects may be funded through these funds (indicative).
The event will be organized within the Dynamic Light project supported by the INTERREG Central Europe platform. The event shall be attended by decision-makers as well as policy and procurement officers on municipal and regional level; street light engineers, architects, urban planners, and designers; researchers, lecturers, and trainers on technical, financial and legal aspects of public infrastructure who would like to integrate our trainings into their courses.
On 30 October, the award ceremony for the National Prize2018 Environment and Energy Technology and the Special Prize2018 for Resource Efficiency took place in the MUMUTH (House of Music and Music Drama of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz). The winners of the highest national accolade in the area of environment technology were Technologies GmbH, Fronius International GmbH and Compuritas GmbH. Federal Minister Elisabeth Köstinger and Federal Minister Norbert Hofer congratulated the winners of this important award.
An event in the European Parliament, hosted by Seb Dance MEP, Fredrick Federley MEP, the Bellona Foundation and the Center for American Progress. John Podesta, founder of the Center for American Progress, will be holding a keynote speech followed by a panel discussion on climate science funding in the US and EU.
From 2 October to 7 October, the opinion of the Energy configuration (SC3) of the Horizon 2020 Programme Committee on the selection of 4 proposals submitted under call H2020-LC-SC3-2018-ES-SCC (batch 1) for EU funding is requested.