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1 Bioenergy in the context of FP7 Mari Habicht Archimedes Foundation

2 EU RTD Funding

3 FP7 Budget ramping Total 7yr = €50.5bn Annual Mean = €7.2bn Summary: 41% real increase mean annual budget from FP6 Budget will ramp up gradually from FP6 levels

4 Specific Programmes (1-4) Cooperation Themes (Topics) Ideas People Capacities Marie-Curie Measures Initial Training Life- long Training Industry- academia Specific actions Inter- national Infra- structures SMEs Regions of Knowledge Research Potential Science in Society INCO Development of Research Policies European Research Council (ERC)

5 FP7 Structure (2007 – 2013, €50.5bn)

6 Cooperation - 10 themes (Topics) Health 1 Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology 2 Information and Communication Technologies 3 Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies 4 Energy 5 Environment (including Climate Change) 6 Transport (including Aeronautics) 7 Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities 8 Security 9 Space 10

7 2. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest, and aquatic environments Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest, and aquatic environments “Fork to farm”: Food, health and well being Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable non-food products and processes Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable non-food products and processes

8 Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest, and aquatic environments Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest, and aquatic environments Clean biomaterials from renewable bio-resources Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable non-food products and processes Life sciences and biotechnology for sustainable non-food products and processes New eco-efficient and sustainable manufactured products (bio-fuels,...) and decreased dependence on fossil fuels

9 6. Environment (inc. climate change) Environmental Technologies Earth observation and assessment tools Sustainable Management of Resources Climate change, pollution and risks

10 Sustainable management of forests Assessment of the impact of the use and abuse of natural resources on biodiversity Sustainable Management of Resources Environmental Technologies Development of integrated waste management technologies for maximising material and energy recovery /recycling of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste

11 5. Energy Hydrogen and fuel cells Renewable electricity generation Renewable fuel production CO2 capture and storage technologies for zero emission power generation Smart energy networks Energy efficiency and savings Knowledge for energy policy making Renewables for heating and cooling Clean coal technologies

12 Renewable fuel production New types of biofuels, integration of production paths and biorefineries First generation biofuels from biomass (biodiesel, bioethanol, biomethane) Second generation biofuels from biomass (lignocellulosic ethanol, syngas based fuels, pyrolysis-oil based fuels) Biofuels from energy crops Biofuel use in transport

13 General: 3 independent legal entities from 3 different Member States (MS) or Associated countries (AC) – no two of which established in the same MS or AC Natural persons may participate JRC may participate and is deemed to be from a different MS or AC Additional conditions can be established by the work programme (WP) or specific programme (SP) (e.g. number or type of participant, place of establishment) Minimum conditions for participation

14 Specific: Coordination and support actions– minimum of 1 legal entity (except actions to coordinate, min 3 legal entities) Participation of international organisations and participants from third countries possible if in addition to minima Minimum conditions for participation

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16 Funding schemes Collaborative projects (CP) Small or medium scale focused projects (up to 4 M€) Large scale integrating projects (more than 4 M€) N.B. Requested budget is an eligibility criteria Coordination and Support Actions (CSA) Coordination type (typically in the range of 1-2 M€) Support type (up to 1 M€)

17 Funding scheme – Collaborative projects (CP) Purpose: developing new knowledge, new technology, products, including scientific coordination and/or demonstration activities or common resources for research Participation: minimum conditions, target ‘audience’, research institutes, universities, industry (incl SMEs), potential end-users Size & Resources: the number of participants and volume of resources should be compatible with overall objective and manageability Indicative average Duration: months Activities: Research, Demonstration, Management of the consortium, Other activities such as dissemination, training

18 Funding scheme – Network of Excellence (NoE) Purpose: durable integration of the participant’s research activities/capacities with the view to creating a ‘European virtual centre of research in a dedicated field Participation: minimum conditions, target ‘audience’, research institutes, universities Size & Resources: between 3 and 7 participants Indicative average Duration: months Activities: joint programme of activities: mutual access to infrastructure, equipment, material,data and knowledge, exchange of researchers, managers and technicians, improvement of the quality of the results produced, optimizing the use of capacities, management of the onsortium, training, dissemination and communication activities

19 Funding scheme – Coordination and Support Actions – Coordination (CSA) Purpose: set of activities focussing on coordination of research activities and policies Participation: minimum conditions Size & Resources: the number of participants and volume of resources should be compatible with overall objective and manageability and may vary with different research teams and topics Indicative average Duration: few months-48 months Activities: networking, coordination and dissemination activities NO FUNDING OF RESEACH, DEVELOPMENT OR DEMONSTRATION ACTIVITIES!!!

20 Funding scheme – Coordination and Support Actions – Support (CSA) Purpose: normally focused on one specific activity and often one specific event Participation: at least ONE legal entity Size & Resources: the number of participants and volume of resources should be compatible with overall objective and manageability and may vary with different research teams and topics Indicative average Duration: months Activities: conferences, seminars, workshops, working groups, studies, fact finding, monitoring, strategy development, awards and competitions, expert groups, operational support and dissemination, information and communication activities, management of the consortium

21 Maximum funding rates Research and technological development activities: up to 50% of eligible costs except for: ▫ Public bodies: up to 75% ▫ Secondary and higher education establishments: up to 75% ▫ Research organisations (non-profit): up to 75% ▫ SMEs: up to 75% ▫ Security related research for highly reliable capabilities with impact on security of European citizens and targeted to a limited number of public users: up to 75%. Demonstration activities : up to 50%

22 Maximum reimbursement rates of eligible costs Research and techno- logical develop- ment (1) Demonstrati on activities Training activities Management of the consortium activities Other activities (2) Network of excellences 100% Collaborative project50% 75% (3) 50%100% Research project for the benefit of specific groups (SMEs) 50% 75% (3) 50%100% Coordination and support action 100% (4) (1)– Research and technological development includes operational activities directly related to the protection of foreground and coordination of research activities. (2) - Other activities means any „specific activity” covered by Annex I. (3) - For beneficiaries that are non profit public bodies, secondary and higher education establishments, research organisations and SMEs. (4) – The reimbursement of indirect eligible costs, in the case of coordination and support actions, may reach a maximum 7% (?) of the direct eligible costs, excluding the direct eligible costs for subcontracting and the costs of reimbursement of resources made availeble by third parties which are not used on the premises of the beneficiary.

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31  CORDIS FP7  FP7 Energy and Transport presentations _en.html  RTD Pre-Proposal-Check -> FP7-ENERGY RTD  CIP/IEE II  Cohesion Policy

32 Thank you for your attention! Archimedes Foundation Väike-Turu Tartu


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