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Date and time 07.12.2018  
Category Call for proposal

EUROGIA2020 is launching a new project call in collaboration with the European Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan to encourage companies to participate in transnational collaborations to develop innovative industrial RD&D projects for low carbon energy technologies.
The first call will be launched in September 2018  in five low carbon sector areas of common interest to SET Plan and EUROGIA2020: solar PV, CSP, wind, geothermal and ocean. This call aims to facilitate the access of low carbon energy technology projects to the national funds in committed EU Member States and EUREKA Member Countries. Applications from collaborative projects receiving EUROGIA2020 quality label will be considered by EUREKA Countries within the EUROGIA2020 framework.
Submission deadlines:
Next cut-off dates:

  • 21.09.2018
  • 07.12.2018

Who can apply: Large companies, SMEs, Research Institutes and Universities
How: Two-stages submission:
- Project Outline (PO): After filling the “submit a project” form, proposers must attach their completed project outline (Word document). PO can be submitted at any time and will be considered for evaluation two weeks after the first PO submission deadline following the receipt of the PO.
- Full Project Proposal (FPP): Proposers, who received  a green light to move to the second stage, can submit their FPPs via e-mail to the following address: contact@eurogia.com
Project submission templates can be found at the following page.
Following the evaluation, the Technical Committee will give its recommendations to the EUROGIA+ Board, who in turn will decide to label the project. With this label, project participants can apply for funding in their respective countries.
Funding: Depends on the country, more information can be found at the following link
For more information: More information are available on the EUROGIA2020 website
Contact: research@epfl.ch for administrative, financial, ethics and legal assistance.
Accessibility: General public
Admittance: Free

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