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EUROGIA+ announces new call for projects in the clean energies sector

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Publication date
January 10, 2013
Deadline
February 15, 2013
Short description
EUROGIA+, the EUREKA cluster supporting new technologies in the clean energies sector, announced its latest call for the submission of international research and development projects. EUROGIA+ is a market-oriented programme, financing projects aiming at the development of new technological products by commercial entities, companies or universities, transforming academic knowledge into innovative technologies. The cluster addresses all areas of the energy mix, from renewable energy to efficiency, and reduction of the carbon footprint of fossil fuels. EUROGIA+ goal is to support and promote international partnerships developping innovative projects in low-carbon energy technologies. EUROGIA+ is a bottom-up, industry driven, market oriented programme which addresses all areas of the energy mix, from renewable energy to efficiency, and reduction of carbon footprint of fossil fuels.
 
All innovative project ideas that will reduce the carbon footprint of energy production and use potentially qualify for the EUROGIA+ label. This quality label facilitates the access to public funding, and potential customers for the project partners involved. Since the start of EUROGIA+ in 2008, 28 transnational projects were labeled representing close to 120 M€ of project costs.
Additional information about the programme

This new call is part of a continuous selection process, with 4 calls per year. The cut-off date of the current call is February 15, 2013.  The projects submitted in the preliminary project outline format will be reviewed by the EUROGIA+ technical committee on March 14, 2013 and feedback will be provided to move to the full proposal stage.

Among the Western Balkan Countries, only Croatia is a EUROGIA+ supporting country.

Projects' participants must be organisations from the EUREKA Member Countries . As a consortium of partners, they submit a project proposal to Eurogia+ for technical evaluation.

General Rules :

  • The consortium must comprise at least two industrial companies-Large, Small or Medium sized enterprises- from two different EUREKA member countries. The active participation of research institutes or universities is strongly encouraged when not made mandatory.
  • Eurogia+ projects must clearly show technical innovation in the future product/process or service (either through using new devices or in the utilization of existing devices in a new application).
  • The project must have a strong market and exploitation orientation.
  • The contribution from any given country must not exceed 66% of the total budget.  In parallel, the contribution from any one partner (affiliated organisations count as one partner) must not exceed 66% of the total budget either.
Additional information about the call

The 2013 cut-off dates for EUROGIA+ Calls are as follows:

2013 cut-off dates

CALL 10 Submission Deadlines:
February 15, 2013 
Evaluation Meeting:   March 14, 2013 - Munich, Germany 

May 24, 2013 
Evaluation Meeting June 13, 2013 - San Sebastion or Madrid, Spain 

EUROGIA2020:

CALL 01 - ProjectSubmission Deadlines:
September 13, 2013 
Evaluation Meeting: October 3, 2013 

November 15, 2013 
Evaluation Meeting: December 9, 2013

In order to get additional support about the programme, please contact the EUROGIA+ Coordinator in your country. Please click here to see the contact details of the EUROGIA+ Coordinators' contact details per country.

Specification / Themes
EUREKA
Call identifier
EUROGIA+
Type
  • EUREKA
Geographical focus
  • Croatia
  • Europe
  • European Union (EU 28)
Scientific focus
  • Engineering and Technology

Entry created by Filiz Hayirli on January 17, 2013
Modified on January 17, 2013