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1 Milano, Marzo Corso di Europrogettazione Gli strumenti implementativi Ing. Giorgio Franchioni (RSE)

2 15 Febbraio 2012 Click per titolo presentazione Click per inserire sottotitolo

3 Argomenti Riferimenti Strumenti implementativi SME instrument
Opportunità aperte in H Statistiche

4 TRL – Technology Readiness Level
Description TRL 0 Idea Unproven idea or concept where no peer reviewed analysis or testing has been performed TRL 1 Basic Research The initial scientific research has been completed. The basic principles of the idea have been qualitatively postulated and observed. The process outlines have been identified. No experimental proof and detailed analysis are yet available TRL 2 Technology formulation The technology concept, its application and its implementation have been formulated. The development roadmap is outlined. Studies and small experiments provide a "proof of concept" for the technology concepts TRL 3 Applied Research The first laboratory experiments have been completed. The concept and the processes have been proven at laboratory scale, table-top experiments. Potential of materials and up scaling issues have been identified RESEARCH LEVEL

5 TRL – Technology Readiness Level
Description TRL 4 Small Scale Prototype Development Unit (PDU) The components of the technology have been identified. A PDU has been built in a laboratory and controlled environment. Operations have provided data to identify potential up scaling and operational issues. Measurements validate analytical predictions of the separate elements of the technology. Simulation of the processes has been validated. Preliminary LCA and economy assessment models have been developed TRL 5 Large Scale Prototype Development Unit The technology has been qualified through testing in intended environment, simulated or actual. The new hardware is ready for first use. Process modelling (technical and economic) is refined. LCA and economy assessment models have been validated. Where it is relevant for further up scaling the following issues have been identified: Health & safety, environmental constraints, regulation, and resources availability. TRL 6 Prototype System The components and the process have been up scaled to prove the industrial potential and its integration within the energy system. Hardware has been modified and up scaled. Most of the issues identified earlier have been resolved. Full commercial scale system has been identified and modelled. LCA and economic assessments have been refined. INDUSTRY LEVEL

6 TRL – Technology Readiness Level
Description TRL 7 TRL 7: Demonstration System The technology has been proven to work and operate a pre-commercial scale. Final operational and manufacturing issues have been identified. Minor technology issues have been solved. LCA and economic assessments have been refined. TRL 8 TRL 8: First of the kind commercial System The technology has been proven to work at a commercial level through a full scale application. All operational and manufacturing issues have been solved. TRL 9 TRL 9: Full commercial application The technology has been fully developed and is commercially available for any consumers MARKET LEVEL

7 TRL – Technology Readiness Level

8 SET Plan: Strategic Energy Technology Plan
TECHNOLOGY PRIORITIES The European Industrial Bioenergy Initiative The European CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage Initiative The European Electricity Grid Initiative The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) Joint Technology Initiative The Sustainable Nuclear Initiative Energy Efficiency – The Smart Cities Initiative The Solar Europe Initiative The European Wind Initiative The SET-Plan Steering Group (SET-Group) The European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) The SET-Plan Information System (SETIS) EIIs are joint large scale technology development projects between academia, research and industry

9 Key EU energy objectives
ENERGY EFFICIENCY OBJECTIVES to hold 2020 energy consumption down to no more than 1474 Mtoe of primary energy consumption and 1078 Mtoe of final energy consumption1617; and to hold 2030 energy consumption down to an appropriate level (which may be set as a function of the EU's economic performance) LOW-CARBON EMISSIONS OBJECTIVE to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions 20% below 1990 levels by 2020, and intends to achieve a further reduction to 80-95% by 2050 renewables should cover 20% of the final energy consumption in 2020, and a large part of it by 2050, as identified in the Energy roadmap 2050 a reduction of at least 60% of GHGs by 2050 with respect to 1990 is required from the transport sector, while by 2030 the goal for transport will be to reduce GHG emissions to around 20% below their 2008 level

10 KET: key enabling technologies
La nanotecnologia consentirà di sviluppare micro e nano dispositivi e sistemi intelligenti, che porteranno cambiamenti radicali in settori essenziali quali l'assistenza sanitaria, l'energia, l'ambiente e la i processi produttivi. La micro e la nanoelettronica, compresi i semiconduttori, sono essenziali per tutti i beni e servizi che necessitano di un controllo intelligente in vari settori, che consentono di gestire con maggiore efficienza la produzione, lo stoccaggio, il trasporto e i consumi di energia elettrica attraverso dispositivi e reti intelligenti. La fotonica fornisce tra l'altro la base tecnologica per la conversione economica della luce solare in energia elettrica, importante per la produzione di energia rinnovabile, e una varietà di componenti e attrezzature elettronici, quali fotodiodi, LED e laser. I materiali avanzati agevolano il riciclaggio, riducono le emissioni di carbonio e il fabbisogno energetico e limitano la domanda di materie prime scarsamente presenti in Europa. La biotecnologia offre processi alternativi più puliti e sostenibili per la produzione industriale e agroalimentare. Essa consentirà ad esempio di sostituire progressivamente i materiali non rinnovabili, attualmente impiegati da varie industrie, con risorse rinnovabili ,

11 Research and Innovation Action (RIA)
Action aiming at establishing new knowledge and/or to explore the feasibility of a new or improved technology, product, process, service or solution. For this purpose they may include basic and applied research, technology development and integration, testing and validation on a small-scale prototype in a laboratory or simulated environment. Projects may contain closely connected but limited demonstration or pilot activities aiming to show technical feasibility in a near to operational environment.

12 RIA conditions Participants ≥ 3 legal entities from 3 MS/AC
Funding (100% dir + 25% Indir) Duration: months EC contribution: 2.0 ÷ 5.0 M€ collaborative research projects in FP7

13 Innovation Action (IA)
Action aiming at producing plans and arrangements or designs for new, altered or improved products, processes or services. They may include prototyping, testing, demonstrating, piloting, large-scale product validation and market replication. ‘demonstration or pilot’ aims at validating the technical and economic in an operational environment. ‘market replication’ aims at supporting the first application - deployment in the market of an innovation that has already been demonstrated but not yet applied-deployed in the market due to market failures-barriers to uptake. ‘First’ means new at least to Europe or new at least to the application sector in question. Projects may include limited research and development activities.

14 IA conditions Participants ≥ 3 legal entities from 3 MS/AC
Funding (70% dir + 25% Indir) Duration: months EC contribution: 2.0 ÷ 5.0 M€ Competitive Innovation (Pilot) Projects in FP7

15 Coordination and Support Action (CSA)
Actions consisting of accompanying measures such as standardization, dissemination, awareness-raising and communication, networking, coordination or support services, policy dialogues and mutual learning exercises and studies, including design studies for new infrastructure and may also include complementary activities of strategic planning, networking and coordination between programmes in different countries No research

16 CSA conditions 1 legal entity (depending from the specific topic requirements) Funding (100% dir + 25% Indir) Duration: months EC contribution: 0.5 ÷ 2.0 M€ CSA in FP7

17 H2020 Pillar two objective This pillar aims to speed up development of the technologies and innovations that will support tomorrow's businesses and help innovative European SMEs to grow into world-leading companies. The goal is to make Europe a more attractive location to invest in research and innovation (including eco-innovation), by promoting activities where businesses set the agenda. It will provide major investment in key industrial technologies, maximize the growth potential of European companies by providing them with adequate levels of finance and help innovative SMEs to grow into world-leading companies

18 What a SME is To count as a "small and medium-sized enterprise" (SME), your organization must be engaged in an economic activity and must have: fewer than 250 employees And an annual turnover of no more than € 50 million and/or a balance sheet of no more than € 43 million Whether you count as an SME may depend on how you count your workforce, turnover or balance sheet. You must take account of any relationships you have with other enterprises.

19 H2020 support to SMEs 4970 M€ -> Collaborative projects
2675 M€ -> SME Instrument

20 SME instrument SME instrument is designed to promote competitiveness, growth and job creation of European SMEs through delivering innovations for the market place. SMEs will be supported to enhance their innovation capacity and innovation output with growth potential. As the SME instrument aims to bridge the gap between research and development and the commercialization of innovation, the funding of single company projects is possible. The projects need to have a clear European added value.

21 SME Instrument

22 SME instrument Phase 1: the feasibility study should verify the technological/practical as well as economic viability of an idea which is innovative in its specific sectors. The activities could be: market analysis, IPR, risk assessment, partner search. The usefulness of the concept has to be detected into phase 1 and reached into phase 2. The proposal should contain an initial business plan based on the idea to be presented. The funding is a lump sum of euro and the period covered by the first phase lasts 6 months. Phase 2: the activities of this phase are focused on innovation and demonstration actions such as testing, prototyping, piloting. The proposals should be based on an elaborated business plan that can correspond to the final business plan of the phase 1 or can be elaborated by other means. Funding: 70% Phase 3: in this phase the SMEs do not receive any funding from the Commission but can benefit from support measures and services which support them in receiving financial support.  Successful beneficiaries could receive coaching and monitoring support in phase 1 and 2.

23 Eligibility Support is available to for-profit SMEs individually or as part of a consortium of for-profit SMEs. Other partners – such as research providers or larger companies – can be involved as associates ("third parties"), but they are not eligible for funding. Businesses outside the EU can get support provided they're based in a Horizon 2020 associated country. SMEs established in other countries can take part in projects as associates ("third parties"), for example as subcontractors, but they're not eligible for funding. One project/proposal per business at a time. You can't submit a second application under the SME instrument if: you are already taking part in a project (as lead applicant or partner) you are part of a project going through the application process (from phase 1) But you can: submit a second application under the SME instrument if your first application is rejected and apply for funding under the SME instrument even if you are part of another Horizon 2020 project or application outside the SME instrument.

24 SMEINST-1-2014 Space-SME-2014-1: SME Instrument
NMP : Accelerating the uptake of nanotechnologies, advanced materials or advanced manufacturing and processing technologies by SMEs BG : Supporting SMEs efforts for the development - deployment and market replication of innovative solutions for blue growth SIE : Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs for a low carbon energy system IT : Small business innovation research for Transport SC : Boosting the potential of small businesses for eco-innovation and a sustainable supply of raw materials BIOTEC-5a : SME boosting biotechnology-based industrial processes driving competitiveness and sustainability

25 SIE SIE : Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs for a low carbon energy system Specific Challenge Reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint by smart and sustainable use (including energy-efficient products and services as well as ‘Smart Cities and Communities’) Low-cost, low-carbon electricity supply (including renewable energy as well as CCS and re-use) Alternative fuels and mobile energy sources A single, smart European electricity grid New knowledge and technologies Robust decision making and public engagement Participants can apply to phase 1 with a view to applying to phase 2 at a later date, or directly to phase 2 Funding (phase 2): 70% EC Support: 0,5-2 M€ Budget 2014: 34 M€

26 EE-14-2014: Removing market barriers to the uptake of efficient heating and cooling solutions
Market Uptake: TRL 8-9 Individual heating and cooling: Innovative measures to accelerate the replacement of old, inefficient space heaters and packaged cooling systems with products having A+++ to A+ energy labels. For industrial heating/cooling: ◦deploy effective heating/cooling solutions in industry that integrate demand and supply. ◦deploy renewable heating and cooling solutions in relevant industrial sectors (e.g. food and drink industries). recovery of heat from industry by putting stakeholders together, including activities aiming at supporting public acceptance of waste heat recovery projects. Type of action: Coordination and Support Actions (100%) EU funding between EUR 1.5 and 2 million Deadline for submission: €42,500,000

27 EE-16-2014: Organizational innovation to increase energy efficiency in industry
Market Uptake: TRL 8-9 Energy management in SMEs and industry: Improve the availability of skilled energy auditors and energy managers and the diffusion of energy management systems and best practices. Develop instruments to ensure availability of updated, comprehensive and usable information on energy efficiency relevant for industries. Address the issue of access to finance for the actual implementation of energy efficiency upgrades. Type of action: Coordination and Support Actions (100%) EU funding between EUR 1.5 and 2 million Deadline for submission: €42,500,000

28 Fast Track to Innovation
Open to any legal entity - consortia of no more than 5 participants Funding of innovation actions (close-to-market) Proposals relating to any technology field under LEITs and Societal Challenges (bottom-up-driven logic) Grant up to € 3 million (but no comitology) Permanently open call with three cut-off-dates per year Impact criterion given a higher weighting in evaluations Time-to-grant: 6 months It will be launched as a pilot action in 2015 .

29 Sommario degli strumenti implementativi


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