Európska komisia v rámci rámcového programu Horizont 2020 vyhlásila 1. výzvu na podávanie projektov v rámci Spoločného podniku pre biopriemysel (JTI).
Výzvu nájdete na stránke http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/calls/h2020-bbi-ppp-2014-1.html. Tam nájdete aj témy, ktoré sú v rámci výzvy vyhlasené. Pod témami sa nachádzajú všetky potrebné informácie ako aj elektronický submission system.
Uzávierka podávania projektov je 15. 10. 2014.
Informačný deň k výzve sa bude konať 2. septembra 2014 v Bruseli. Registrácia na www.bbi-europe.eu.
STUBA má pri všetkých typoch projektov (RIA, IA, CSA) financovanie 100 %.
Pri zadávaní STUBA do elektronického systému potrebujete PIC číslo. To číslo je 999868823.
O čom to je?
One of the main aims of Horizon 2020, the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation covering the period 2014-2020, is to strengthen European industry through actions supporting research and innovation across a range of industrial sectors. In particular, it provides for the creation of public-private partnerships that will contribute to tackling some of the key challenges Europe is facing.
Bio-based industries are industries, which use renewable biological resources for the production of bio-based products and biofuels. Production usually takes place in biorefineries. They give rise to new value chains, linking previously unrelated primary producers and industries, thus opening new opportunities for a wide range of established players.
On 6 May 2014, the Council adopted the Regulation setting up the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (hereafter “BBI JU”). This initiative will run until 31 December 2024.
The main focus of this JTI will be on the transformation of non-edible parts of plants (e.g. wood, agricultural and forestry residues) and biodegradable wastes into bio-based products and biofuels.
The objectives of the proposed JTI on bio-based industries are to:
to contribute to develop a more resource efficient and sustainable low carbon economy and increasing economic growth and employment, in particularly in rural areas, by developing sustainable and competitive bio based industries in Europe based on advanced biorefineries that source their biomass sustainably, and in particular to:
(i) demonstrate technologies that enable new chemical building blocks, new materials, and new consumer products from European biomass which replace the need for fossil based inputs;
(ii) develop business models that integrate economic actors along the whole value chain from supply of biomass to biorefinery plants to consumers of bio based materials, chemicals and fuels, including by means of creating new cross sector interconnections and supporting cross industry clusters; and
(iii) set up flagship biorefinery plants that deploy the technologies and business models for bio based materials, chemicals and fuels and demonstrate cost and performance improvements to levels that are competitive with fossil based alternatives.