Is your company ready to join the fight against carbon emissions? Accelerate your innovations with public funding!
The European Commission has announced a significant investment programme called Innovation Fund, worth 10 B€ or more. It focuses on highly innovative, mature technologies and big flagship projects that aim to bring significant emission reductions in Europe.
Would you like to learn more about this funding instrument but do not quite know how to get started?
Our EU funding experts can help you to identify your company's eligibility for funding. With years of experience on writing winning proposals with our clients, we are happy to support your company to take the next step for developing your business. Your company's innovations may be granted with funding from 0.5 M€ up to tens of millions of euros!
The first call is expected to open early autumn, so this is the time to act! The deadline for submitting first-phase project proposal will be in the last quarter of 2020.
Contact us today if you need more detailed advice on finding your way through the EU funding application process and identifying the right partners to build your collaborative consortium.
- Case Studies -
The IMPRESS project, where 10 partners from 6 countries have joined their forces, will demonstrate a new hybrid biorefinery process for the first time. It integrates disruptive upstream and downstream technologies developed by the project partners.
Spinverse facilitated forming a four-year EU funded project for developing 100% bio-based chemicals, produced from renewable raw materials. These chemicals will replace fossil-based equivalents in a large array of industrial applications and consumer products.
Fortum is launching a significant development project that aims to manufacture high-value products from agricultural residue and woody biomass, with the aim to replace the use of fossil and other environmentally taxing raw materials.
Nine European companies have joined forces in the SWEETWOODS flagship project, which involves producing wood-based biomaterials for the first time on an industrial scale. These wood-based materials can be used to replace plastic in various everyday applications.