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Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: 45 projects pre-selected for funding

Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: 45 projects pre-selected for funding

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06/11/2014

Evaluation of the 393 proposals submitted for the closing date on 5 June has been completed. Experts selected 45 project proposals for which grant agreements are now being prepared.

Proposals selected per call topic

The funding proposals cover 15 different call topics ranging from socio-economic research on energy efficiency to project development assistance for sustainable energy investment schemes.

Almost a quarter of the proposals – 94 – sought funding for research and innovation projects on new ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency (call topic EE-11-2014).

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Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: Evaluation results 2014 main call
Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: Evaluation results 2014 main call

Among all the call topics, the success rate was the highest for proposals on “Improving the financeability and attractiveness of sustainable energy investments” (EE-19-2014): 35% of proposals were pre-selected for funding.

The overall budget reserved for these 15 call topics under the 2014 Energy Efficiency call amounts to EUR 76.5 million.

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Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: Evaluation results 2014 main call
Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: Evaluation results 2014 main call

Call statistics (Participant Portal)

Next funding opportunities

The European Commission is currently looking for research and innovation projects on energy-efficient building design (call topic EE-02-2015) and heat recovery technologies (EE-18-2015). Deadline for submission of funding proposals: 4 February 2015.

The Energy Efficiency call will be open for a further14 topics as of 10 December 2014.