FP7 Energy Call 2013 "Integrated Research Programmes"Back
A technological shift in the EU's current energy system is necessary to achieve the 2020 targets and realise the 2050 ambitions to largely decarbonise energy and transport sectors. There is an urgent need of bringing new, high performance technologies to the market and to ensure the European leadership on low carbon energy technologies. The scale of investment, the high demand for cutting-edge research capacities and the global nature of technology markets require a European approach to energy research and innovation. Activities in this work programme contribute to supporting European Energy and Climate Policy initiatives, the implementation of the SET-Plan – its Industrial Initiatives as well as its Research and Innovation agenda – while completing the portfolio of FP7 activities and bridging to Horizon 2020, the next EU Research and Innovation Framework Programme.
The call is open to participation from the Wstern Balkan countries which are associated to FP7 on the same conditions as EU Member States
The topics called uder the integration of research programmes in order to increase European coherence among national research operators through the pooling of research capacities are as follows,
o ENERGY.2013.10.1.5: Integrated research programme in the field of photovoltaics;
o ENERGY.2013.10.1.6: Integrated research programme in the field of wind energy;
o ENERGY.2013.10.1.7: Integrated research programme in the field of bioenergy;
o ENERGY.2013.10.1.8: Integrated research programme on smart grids;
o ENERGY.2013.10.1.9: Integrated research programme on electrochemical storage;
o ENERGY.2013.10.1.10: Integrated research programme on Concentrated Solar Power.
- Engineering and Technology
Entry created by Filiz Hayirli on July 14, 2012
Modified on September 21, 2012