Air Liquide invites the scientific & innovation communities to propose disruptive solutions to decarbonize the industrial ecosystems, based on the Essential Small Molecules, Data and related technologies. The Air Liquide Scientific Challenge aims to identify up to 3 laureates. A scientific prize of €50,000 will be awarded to each of the laureate teams at the end of 2023. Moreover, the Group will support collaborations (up to four years) with a total funding up to €1 million to develop the selected scientific proposals and transform them into market-tailored technologies.
Deadline: 10th March 2023
HORIZON-JTI-CLEANH2-2023-01-04: Photoelectrochemical (PEC) and/or Photocatalytic (PC) production of hydrogen
Projects are expected to contribute to:
• Development of breakthrough technologies able to harvest the renewable energy source potential in the EU regions and neighbourhoods;
• Strengthening the solar-energy conversion technologies EU value-chain;
• Contribute to the demonstration of the first scalable photo(electro)chemical system by 2028;
• Execution of techno-economic analyses and/or technology-transfer scenarios.
Deadline: 18th April 2023
With a budget doubled to EUR 3 billion, this third call counts four topics, three of which are part of REPowerEU:
- Innovative electrification in industry and hydrogen (budget: EUR 1 billion)
- Clean tech manufacturing (budget: EUR 700 million)
- “Mid-sized pilots” projects for validating, testing and optimising highly innovative solutions (budget: EUR 300 million)
- General decarbonisation (budget: EUR 1 billion).
Deadline: 16 March 2023 17:00:00 Brussels time
PhotonHub Europe is a pan-European photonics innovation hub funded by EU’s Horizon 2020 program, which helps European SMEs and mid-caps to increase competitiveness through an accelerated deployment of photonics-based technologies (downloadable leaflet). PhotonHub’s sister program, ACTPHAST for Researchers, is specifically designed to providing access for photonics and non-photonics researchers to the advanced photonics technology platforms.
Read more about these initiatives here.
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