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What are the E-BOOST Open Calls?

E-BOOST is a Eurocluster co-funded by the European Commission under the SMP.

It organises Open Calls with the overall aim to identify product innovations in order to reduce dependency on critical inputs and technologies in the E- BOOST value chains, to introduce new-to-firm products or services, and to engage actors from regions with different levels of economic development.

Open Call towards Zero Emission Transport

In the framework of this call for proposals, applicants must propose their own challenge related to production, distribution, storage and end-use of zero emission vehicles to decarbonise sectors such as heavy industries and heavy-duty transport applications.

Projects contributing to develop a resilient hydrogen energy value chain in EU, and to foster a sustainable, decarbonised, and fully integrated energy system are welcomed.

Low-risk Innovation Projects:

Projects that reach the development until TRL 6-7 of more digital or greener innovative products or services, in the electromobility sectors.

The project should be included in at least one of the following categories:

  • Design and building of new collaborations and/or business models, in particular among value and supply chain actors, in the form of contracts, agreements, platforms, forums, etc.
  • Feasibility studies.
  • Demonstration of an innovative product, solution, process, service, or technology in relevant or operational environment.
  • Innovation projects to provide new products/services/novel ideas that increase the resilience of the beneficiary and/or improve the green and digital transition of the electromobility sector, up to TRL 6-7.

High-risk Innovation Projects:

Projects that reach the development until TRL 4-5 of more digital or greener innovative products or services in the electromobility sectors.

The project should be included in at least one of the following categories:

  • Design and building of collaborations in innovation activities where there is a high-risk of short-term disruption or long-term vulnerability in the value chain with high potential for further diversification and substitution.
  • Feasibility analyses: technology feasibility analysis, markets analysis, adaptation and development of a technology, analysis of new project concept.
  • Validation of an innovative product, solution, process, service, or technology in laboratories or relevant environment.
  • Creation of networks of partners in quadruple helix (research, business, civil society, public bodies) with a view to generate innovation investments which address EU strategic autonomy in specific products, inputs, technologies, and infrastructures.
  • Innovation projects to provide new products/services/novel ideas that increase the resilience of the beneficiary and/or improve the green and digital transition of the electromobility sector, up to TRL 4-5.

Maximum amount to be granted to each beneficiary:

Single applicant:

  1. up to € 20 000 per beneficiary

Consortium: 

  1. up to € 40 000 per beneficiary 
  2. overall project budget requested cannot exceed € 61 000

Documents:

  1. Products & Services Development (Zero Emission Vehicles) guide for applicants
  2. Products & Services Development (Zero Emission Vehicles) Submission form template
  3. E-BOOST budget template

Catch up on the E-BOOST webinars on the E-BOOST website.

More information on the Funding & Tender Portal

Which other types of funding are available?

Applicants can’t cumulate more than 60K€.

What’s next?

All applications must be submitted, HERE

IMPORTANT: the deadline has been extended until 31.05.2024
For the MISM call it is advisable to apply before 19 April 2024 for organisational reasons.

The EEB teams is available to support your application – if you are a Brussels-based legal entity feel free to reach out to us!

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