€105 million available for clean energy research
Nine topics of the Competitive Low-Carbon Energy call are now open for research and innovation proposals:
|LCE-10-2017||Reducing the cost of photovoltaic electricity||€10 m|
|LCE-11-2017||Near-to-market solutions for reducing the water consumption of concentrated solar power plants||€12 m|
|LCE-12-2017||Near-to-market solutions for the use of solar heat in industrial processes||€8 m|
|LCE-14-2017||Demonstration of large >10MW wind turbine||€25 m|
|LCE-16-2017||2nd generation of design tools for ocean energy devices and arrays development and deployment||€7 m|
|LCE-17-2017||Easier to install and more efficient geothermal systems for retrofitting buildings||€8 m|
|LCE-18-2017||Enhanced Geothermal Systems in different geological conditions||€10 m|
|LCE-19-2016-2017||Demonstration of the most promising advanced biofuel pathways||€15 m|
|LCE-20-2016-2017||Enabling pre-commercial production of advanced aviation biofuel||€10 m|
The deadline for application in the all above topics is 7 September 2017 at 17h00 (CET time).
Who can apply?
Calls for proposals are open to any legal entity in a country eligible for Horizon 2020 funding. The list of these countries is available in the General Annexes of the Horizon 2020 Work Programme. A minimum number of participants may be required depending on the topic.
How to apply?
Applicants have to submit their proposal electronically, following the link from the topic page on the Participant Portal. Please follow the guidelines on proposal submission and evaluation. For all questions related to Horizon 2020, please contact the Research Enquiry Service.
How will the grants be awarded?
The submitted proposals will be evaluated by external experts drawn from the European Commission's independent expert database. Applicants will receive the evaluation results at the latest five months after the submission deadline, and grant agreements will be signed with the successful applicants within eight months after the submission deadline.
Become an expert
External evaluators of project proposals are drawn from the European Commission's independent expert database. The Commission is looking to expand the database through a call for experts covering a very broad range of fields. If you fit the expert profile rather than that of an applicant, and would like to be considered as a proposal evaluator, sign up in the Participant Portal.
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