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Sectors: Energy, Innovation, New technologies, Town planning, Transport

Beneficiaries: Research centres

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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WE Funding – InnoEnergy – Transform…
Funds for: transforming the available knowledge into new marketable products and services related to the field of sustainable energy that create positive impact on market and society
Main beneficiaries: research centers, companies

Responsible: European Innovation Council

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Funds for: transforming the available knowledge into new marketable products and services related to the field of sustainable energy that create positive impact on market and society
Main beneficiaries: research centers, companies

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
* To transform of available knowledge into new marketable products and services related to the field of sustainable energy that create positive impact on market and society

Priorities
* Decreasing energy cost;
* Increasing intrinsic operational safety or reliability;
* Reducing Green House Gas (GHG) emissions

Among financed actions
* Feasibility study dedicated to the analysis and development of the business opportunity;
* Development of an innovative product or service which could be ready to go to market within less than five years;
* Value Added Activities (KAVA);
* KIC Complementary Activities (KCA)

Additional information
* This call for proposals is an open call for proposals

* Initial duration of the action: up to 3 years

* Eligibility:
– To have successfully carried out a proof of concept (pilot or type test validation), corresponding to a Technology Readiness Level greater or equal to five (TRL >= 5);
– To be part of a consortium of at least three, but no more than seven, European partners from both the research and industry sectors;
– The consortium needs to be made up of partners from at least two different countries and at least one of the companies commercialising the product or service must be involved in the project from the beginning