The budget for Energy projects in Horizon 2020 has been increasing in the last years and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down. In fact the budget for 2018-2020 will be more than that of 2014-2015 and 2016-2017 combined. It is therefore safe to assume that the European Commission values this area greatly. In 2016 alone there were 390 proposals submitted across 31 Energy call topics and we expect there to be a similar interest in this topic next year. We’ve listed the upcoming topics in our new infographic. They range from Renewable energy technologies and Heating and cooling to Buildings and Industry, services and products.
Interested in recruiting our services for an Energy proposal (or any other proposal) or has your proposal been accepted and you are looking for project management or dissemination support? You can contact us through our website. You can also find out more about our accelopment-supported Energy projects:
- CHEOPS is a project that wants to improve the current state of solar cells and started earlier this year. It is funded under the H2020-LCE-2015-1 programme.
- SOSLeM is an even younger project than CHEOPS and is also making advances in the area of renewable energies. The project’s goal is to improve the production processes as well as developing and applying novel manufacturing technologies for fuel cell stacks. It is funded under the H2020-JTI-FCH-2015-1 programme.
- ADEL is a project we supported from start to finish. The project focused on the development of cost-competitive, high energy efficient and sustainable H2 production based on renewable energy sources.