Eurogia 2030 Call for projects
Eureka is the world’s biggest public network for international cooperation in R&D and innovation, present in over 45 countries. It is a decentralised intergovernmental organisation aiming to boost the productivity and competitiveness of industries by funding and supporting international collaborative market-driven R&D projects.
This call for projects has been launched following Eureka’s Clusters framework based on mutual consent between participating national and regional funding bodies and Cluster organisations.
Eurogia 2030 has opened a call for organisations collaborating internationally on the R&D of low-carbon technology projects. By applying and participating, your organisation can access national public funding for your R&D project.
The goal of this call for projects is to stimulate activity in this important area, through the creation of international collaborative projects in applications that will support economic growth and benefit society as a whole.
You can submit your R&D project application between 19 December 2022 and 24 February 2023 by visiting the Eurogia 2030 website.
Eureka programme: Clusters Eurogia
- Czech Republic
- South Africa
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
Participation is open to companies of all sizes, universities and research organisations.
By participating in a Cluster project, you benefit from:
- access to national R&D funding,
- an international network of companies including key industry players,
- guidance, coaching and monitoring of your project by Eurogia offices,
- low administrative requirements and
- receiving a quality label.
Eurogia2030 is on the front line in the Energy field to achieve carbon neutrality goals. Through Low Carbon Technologies R&D solutions Eurogia aims to contribute for a sustainable environment, for the reduction of climate change and for a sustainable growth.
For more details, visit Eurogia website or contact the Cluster offices and your national funding body.
Some of the targeted challenges to achieve these goals are necessary, but not limited to:
- Carbon-free energy supply
- Green mobility and smart cities
- Smarter housings and constructions
- Bio resources and environment
Your project should:
- address at least one of the fields mentioned in the call description and
- demonstrate the potential to research or develop a product, process or service for commercialisation.
Low carbon technologies to be researched and developed include (but are not limited to):
- Offshore wind turbines, bioenergy, solar panels, fuel cells power to-X, energy storage
- Hydrogen economy (fuel cells, production, storage, station)
- CO2 capture, sequestration and utilisation
- Green and zero-emission buildings, smart cities, heating
- IT solutions in buildings, smart monitoring, 3D construction, digital twins in housing design
- AI, IoT, big data, 5G/6G-integrated solutions in cities
- Smart grids, micro-grids, E-mobility
- Monitoring of the environment and bio resources
- Drone and satellite monitoring systems of land, rivers, sea industrial robots, sensors, edge cloud computing, raman mass spectrometry, AI, big data
- … and many more
19 December 2022: Call opens
18 January 2023: Webinar on this call for projects
24 February 2023: Project outline and final project proposal submission deadline (date of receipt)
Eureka has limited eligibility criteria for organisations participating in a Clusters consortium:
- Your project idea must represent international cooperation in the form of a specific project.
- The project must be directed at researching or developing an innovative product, process or service with the goal of commercialisation.
- The project must have a civilian purpose.
- Your consortium must include at least two independent legal entities from a minimum of two Eureka countries.
- No single organisation or country can be responsible for more than 70% of the project budget.
If there is no allocated budget for your organisation type in your country and you want to participate in a project consortium, contact your national funding body using the form below to see whether there are other funding opportunities available or talk to them about self-funding.
- Contact your national funding body and Eurogia2030 office to discuss your project idea and eligibility.
- Create an account on Eurogia application portal.
- Submit your project outline (an overview of the project, its main objective, partnerships and expected impact) and receive feedback.
- Submit your final project proposal.
Please note that your national funding body may have additional steps for applying for R&D funding.
Events and partner search
A brokerage tool can also help you to find partners to build a project consortium.
Eurogia will organise events, which offer opportunities for meeting potential project partners:
18 January 2023: Webinar on call22