Are you interested in submitting a project proposal to receive EU funding? The new call for Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency project proposals has opened today 25 January 2018. With a budget of over €212M for 2018 and 2019, the Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy topics offer plenty of opportunities for innovative project proposals to receive funding.
Starting from today, you can apply for EU funding to carry out a project focusing on smart cities, smart energy systems or renewable fuels. The calls are open under the 2018-2020 Horizon Work Programme, and have a total budget of €138.3 million. The deadline for submissions is 5 April 2018.
From today, you can apply for funding in eight energy topics under the 2018-2020 Horizon 2020 Work Programme that are now open for proposal submission. The total available funding is €212.5 million.
Yesterday, the Secretariat launched a tender procedure for the provision of consultancy services to support the implementation of cross-border balancing cooperation in the WB6 region and its integration into the pan-European market.
The FCH JU launched the European Hydrogen Safety Panel initiative, which has the mission to assist the FCH JU both at programme and at project level in assuring that hydrogen safety is adequately managed.
Regions are invited to apply today for two Commission pilot projects. If selected, they can benefit from tailored EU financial and advisory support in transforming their economies and modernising their industries.
The Secretariat has published service prior information notices regarding two upcoming tender procedures. The launch of the tenders is intended for end August/beginning September 2017 and will follow an “open procedure” as defined by Austrian public procurement law.