UE: contributi per la ricerca in energia e mobilità

A partire dal 20 settembre è possibile presentare proposte progettuali nell’ambito di tre bandi del programma Ue per la ricerca e l'innovazione Horizon 2020:
 
1_COMPETITIVE LOW CARBON ENERGY - H2020-LCE-2016-2017, finanzia progetti relativi a nove argomenti (topic), con diverse scadenze.
 
Entro il 5 gennaio 2017:
LCE-08-2016-2017: Development of next generation biofuel technologies (10 milioni di euro),
LCE-21-2017: Market uptake of renewable energy technologies (15 milioni di euro),
LCE-27-2017: Measuring, monitoring and controlling the risks of CCS, EGS and unconventional hydrocarbons in the subsurface (15 milioni di euro),
LCE-28-2017: Highly flexible and efficient fossil fuel power plants (15 milioni di euro),
LCE-29-2017: CCS in industry, including Bio-CCS (20 milioni di euro condivisi con il topic LCE-30-2017),
LCE-30-2017: Geological storage pilots (20 milioni di euro condivisi con il topic LCE-29-2017).
 
Entro il 14 febbraio 2017:
LCE-01-2016-2017: Next generation innovative technologies enabling smart grids, storage and energy system integration with increasing share of renewables: distribution network (19 milioni di euro),
LCE-04-2017: Demonstration of smart transmission grid, storage and system integration technologies with increasing share of renewables (65,3 milioni di euro),
LCE-05-2017: Tools and technologies for coordination and integration of the European energy system (30 milioni di euro).
 
2_MOBILITY FOR GROWTH - H2020-MG-2016-2017, articolato in 17 topic:
 
  • Aviazione (80 milioni di euro)
MG-1-2-2017: Reducing aviation noise
MG-1.3-2017: Maintaining industrial leadership in aeronautics
MG-1-4-2016-2017: Breakthrough innovation
  • Trasporto per via navigabile (40 milioni di euro)
MG-2.1-2017: Innovations for energy efficiency and emission control in waterborne transport
MG-2.4-2017: Complex and value-added specialised vessels
  • Sicurezza (14 milioni di euro)
MG-3.2-2017: Protection of all road users in crashes
  • Mobilità urbana (22 milioni di euro)
MG-4.1-2017: Increasing the take up and scale-up of innovative solutions to achieve sustainable mobility in urban areas
MG-4.2-2017: Supporting 'smart electric mobility' in cities
  • Logistica (12 milioni di euro)
MG-5-2-2017: Innovative ICT solutions for future logistics operations
MG-5-4-2017: Potential of the Physical Internet
  • Infrastrutture (38,7 milioni di euro)
MG-7-1-2017: Resilience to extreme (natural and man-made) events
MG-7-2-2017: Optimisation of transport infrastructure including terminals
MG-7-3-2017: The Port of the future
  • Ricerca socio-economica (9,5 milioni di euro)
MG-8-2-2017: Big data in Transport: Research opportunities, challenges and limitations
MG-8-4-2017: Improving accessibility, inclusive mobility and equity: new tools and business models for public transport in prioritised areas
 
3_AUTOMATED ROAD TRANSPORT - H2020-ART-2016-2017, mette a disposizione 50 milioni di euro per tre topic:
 
  • ART-01-2017: ICT infrastructure to enable the transition towards road transport automation
  • ART-03-2017: Multi-Brand platooning in real traffic conditions
  • ART-07-2017: Full-scale demonstration of urban road transport automation
Le domande devono essere presentate in due fasi, con le seguenti scadenze:
  • prima fase: 26 gennaio 2017
  • seconda fase: 27 settembre 2017 
 
 
 
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