вторник, 21 апреля 2015 г.

Horizon 2020 Environment: 28 projects selected for funding



Evaluation
of the 115 proposals submitted in September 2014 in answer to Horizon
2020's Societal Challenge "Climate action, environment, resource
efficiency and raw materials" has now been completed
(H2020-SC5-WASTE-WATER-2014-Two-Stages calls) and grant agreements for
28 new projects are being prepared.


Experts
have selected 28 project proposals reaching the total amount of EUR
184.6 million of which 44.2% was designated to "Growing a low carbon,
resource efficient economy with a sustainable supply of raw materials"
(SC5), 28.1% to waste as a resource of raw materials, and 27.6% to water
innovation. The results from the three calls have been disclosed to all
applicants.


Budget designated for proposals funded under 2014 two-stage calls




Budget designated for proposals funded under 2014 two-stage calls

Proposals selected per topic

Among all the call topics of the two-stage 2014 call, the Water call
leads with 13 selected projects. The success rate was the highest among
proposals on “First application and market replication of near-market
water solutions" (WATER 1a-2014): 39.2% of the proposals were selected
for funding.


The 9 proposals of SC5 within research and innovation actions cover
five different call topics ranging from advanced earth-system models to
observation and monitoring data usable for ecosystem modelling and
services.


Horizon 2020 Environment 2014 calls: Number of proposals selected per call




Horizon 2020 Environment 2014 calls: Number of proposals selected per call
Over 80% of the six selected projects among the 27 Waste proposals
was designated to "Moving towards a circular economy through industrial
symbiosis" (WASTE-1-2014), a topic with a 26.3% success rate.


2014 two-stage calls: Proposals selected per topic


Open funding opportunities

The European Commission is currently looking for research and innovation projects and coordination and support actions on SC5 (two-stage), SC5 (one-stage) , Waste (one-stage), Waste (two-stage), Water (one-stage), Water (two-stage) . Deadline for submission of funding proposals: 21 April 2015.