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Sectors: Agriculture - Fisheries, Education - Training, Energy, Environment, Industry, Innovation, New technologies, Research

Beneficiaries: Agencies Chambers, Corporations, Research centres, SMEs, Universities

Regions: Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Mediterranean countries, New Independant States

Category: Call for proposals

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Additional info regions:

Mediterranean countries: Israel
European Economic Area: Iceleand, Norway
Newly Independent States: Russia, Ukraine
Candidate countries: Serbia, Turkey

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Responsible: European Commission

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This call for proposals aims to label collaborative transnational research and development projects in the field of low-carbon energy technologies, with a view to help industry leverage public funding to reduce risks in innovative projects.

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives and relevant domains for proposals
– Biomass: Biomass heat, combined heat and power, electricity production, biofuel for transports, feedstock
– Wind: Wind turbines, offshore technology, operation and maintenance
– Solar: Solar photovoltaic power generation, concentrated solar power generation, solar heating and cooling, 
– Hydro: Hydro and/or ocean wave power generation
– Geothermal
– Oil and gas: explorations, transport, storage, wells, refining, subsea infrastructure, unconventional hydrocarbons
– Carbon capture and storage
– Hydrogen production, storage and distribution
– Energy efficiency
– New materials
– New information and communication technologies: Sensor, decisions, data, modeling and simulations, smart grids and buildings
– Health and safety at work, environment protection
– Training and education in science and technology

Priorities
–  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)
– Projects must have a strong market and exploitation orientation