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Horizon 2020 - Norway Grants
Green Industry Innovation Programme
Poland
Status
Programme Implementation
Katowice
17 March 2016
EEA and Norway Grants
The history of the EEA Grants and
Norway Grants dates back to 1994
when the EEA Agreement entered
into force.
The 5-years financial facility
has been in place since 1994.
In 2009-14 Norway Grants provides grants to 61 programmes in 13 EU member
countries that joined in 2004, 2007 and 2013.
EEA / Norway Grants total
Norway Grants alone
€ 1.8 billion (95% from Norway)
€ 804 million (100% from Norway)
Norway Grants
Norway Grants in Poland
Total
programme
(million €)
Programme
Programme Operator
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
Ministry of Environment
145
GREEN INDUSTRY INNOVATION
Innovation Norway
20
Public health initiatives
Ministry of Health
76
Cultural and natural heritage
Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
80
Scholarships
Foundation for the Development of the Education System
15
Research cooperation
The National Centre for Research and Development
62.8
Decent work and tripartite dialogue
Innovation Norway
3.1
Domestic and gender‐based violence
Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
3.6
Schengen and cross‐border crime
Ministry of the Interior
10
Judicial capacity‐building
Ministry of Justice
14
Correctional services
Central Board of the Correctional Services
13
Green Industry Innovation
Norway Grants provides grants to GII-programmes in 8 countries:
Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.
Objective of the programmes
•
Increased competitiveness of green enterprises, including greening of existing industries,
green innovation and green entrepreneurship
Expected results
•
•
•
•
Realisation of business opportunities for greening the economy
Reduced production of waste and reduced air, water and soil pollution
More use of environmentally-friendly technologies
Increased green job creation and entrepreneurship
Innovation Norway
Innovation Norway is Programme Operator or Donor Programme Partner
in all 8 countries.
Romania
Hungary
Poland
Slovakia
Bulgaria
Latvia
Lithuania
Estonia
Green Industry Innovation
Role of Innovation Norway
€ 29,700,000.00
€ 22,880,000.00
€ 20,000,000.00
€ 15,073,985.00
€ 13,699,000.00
€ 11,328,000.00
€ 8,000,000.00
€ 6,000,000.00
Programme Operator
Donor Programme Partner
Programme Operator
Donor Programme Partner
Programme Operator
Donor Programme Partner
Donor Programme Partner
Donor Programme Partner
Assessment process
83
registered
72
eligible
36
shortlisted
30
awarded
grant
Split between industries
9%
13 %
Manufacturing - metals
9%
Manufacturing - textile/leather
13 %
Manufacturing - plastics
Manufacturing - paper/wood
13 %
Waste handling
8%
Printing
Motor industry
26 %
9%
Hotels
Applicants by region
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
82 Long list
36 Short list
30 Approved
Geographical spread
Grant size
18
16
14
12
10
> 1 mln EUR
8
500 ths - 1 mln EUR
6
< 500 ths EUR
4
2
0
> 1 mln EUR
500 ths - 1 mln
EUR
< 500 ths EUR
State Aid categories
89%
De minimis
Regional
R&D
Training
Environmental
Consultancy
1%
2%
1%
6%
1%
Current status
• € 715 000 of remaining funds allocated for additional
activities
• Grant size: € 30 000 – 100 000
• Deadline for applications: 1 March 2016
• 14 application received for € 1 100 000
• Decision: 1 May 2016
Find out more on:
Green Industry Innovation webp
www.norwaygrants-greeninnov
Financial Mechanism Office
www.eeagrants.org
Horizon 2020 – next step for cooperation
HORIZON 2020
The biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever
80 billion EUR of funding available, 2014–2020
Equal and full participation rights for Norwegian companies
The Norwegian contribution: 18 bn NOK over 7 years (2.25
bn EUR)
The national objective: 2% return (of the total budget) –
represents an increase of 60% compared to FP7
HORISONT 2020
From research to retail
• Challenge based
• Thematic openness
• Focus on innovation and industial participation
7 S O C I E TA L
CHALLENGES
Health, demographic change and wellbeing
Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine
and maritime and inland water research and the bioecon.
Secure, clean and efficient energy
Smart, green and integrated transport
Climate action, environment, resource
efficiency and raw materials
Europe in a changing world – Inclusive,
innovative and reflective societies
Secure societies –
Protecting freedom and security of
Europe and its citizens
ENABLING AND INDUSTRIAL
TECHNOLOGIES
ICT
Space
Biotechnology
Nanotechnologies
Advanced manufacturing and processing
Advanced materials
Title of the presentation | Date |‹#›
SME = EUROPE’S
NEW DARLINGS
SME-opportunities in Horizon 2020
H O R I S O N T
2 0 2 0
H O R I S O N T
2 0 2 0
Research, reseach and
innovation
development activities
SME Instrument
for SMEs with business
driven innovations near
the market
Fast Track to Innovation
Reseach driven
For research intensive
SMEs
Market driven
Katowice, 17-18 March 2016
Polish-Norwegian Partnership in Projects
Horizon 2020
support for innovation
Aneta Maszewska
Expert
National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the EU
Institute for Fundamental Technological Research PAS
www.kpk.gov.pl
W niniejszej prezentacji wykorzystano materiały udostępnione m.in. przez KE i/lub Ministerstwa oraz Agendy RP
What is Horizon 2020 and who can participate?
 Horizon 2020 – European Union Framework Programme of a budget
of 77 bln Euros dedicated to finance research, innovation and mobility
projects – coupling research „from lab to market”;
 Horizon 2020 is targeted to research and industry: research institutes,
univeristies, single researchers, innovative companies, SMEs, and other
stakeholders;
Administ
ration
NGOs
INDUSTRY
INNOVATION
ACADEMIA
CLUSTE
RS
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Horizon 2020 structure
Excellent science
European Research
Council
Frontier research of by the best
individual teams
Future and Emerging
Technologies
Collaborative research to open
new fields of innovation
Marie SkłodowskaCurie Actions
Opportunities for training and
career development
Research Infrastructure Ensuring Access to world-class
facilities
Industrial Leadership
Leadership in enabling
and industrial
technologies
Access to Risk Finance
Innovation in SMEs
ICT, nanotechnologies, materials,
biotechnology, manufacturing,
space
Levaraging private finance and
venture capital for research and
innovation
Fostering innovation and market
uptake of all forms of innovation
developed by SMEs
Societal challenges
Health, demographic change and wellbeing
Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime
research and bioeconomy
Secure, clean and efficient energy
Smart, green and integrated transport
Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials
Inclusive and refelctive societies
Secure societies
Which type of projects are financed?
 Research and Innovation Actions - min. 3 partners from UE or Associated
Countries, financial support up to 100% of eligible costs, EU contribution 2-5
mln Euros, projects’ duration 36-60 months;
 Innovation Actions - min. 3 partners from UE or Associated Countries,
financial support up to 70% of eligible costs, EU contribution 5-10 mln Euros,
projects’ duration 36-60 months;
 SME Instrument - single SME or consortia of SMEs, financial support up to
70% of eligible costs;
 Fast Track to Innovation- consortia between 3 and 5 partners with a leading
role of industry, 70% of eligible costs;
 MSCA – consortia and individuall actions of 100% eligible costs
 CSA, Frontier Research…
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2% budget
10% budget
88% budget
Fast Tract to Innovation Pilot
• Reduce time from idea to market ('last push')
• Increase participation of industry, first-time applicants, SMEs
• Stimulate private sector investment in R&I
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Horizon 2020 – from lab to market
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Horizon 2020 – PL-NO participation – facts and figures
Coordinated projects
Country
Participations
EU financing
Budget
Norway
4
14 889 508,85
4 783 984,93 €
€
Poland
4
2 204 061,25 € 5 027 219,00 €
8
19 916 727,85
6 988 046,18 €
€
TOTAL
Based on e-Corda 26.02.2016
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Horizon 2020 – PL-NO participation – facts and figures
Coordinated proposals
Country
Participations
Requested EC financing
Budget
Norway
35
190 732 609,08
36 148 601,20 €
€
Poland
13
14 624 633,00 € 42 451 265,50 €
48
233 183 874,58
50 773 234,20 €
€
Suma końcowa
Based on e-Corda 26.02.2016
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Horizon 2020 – PL-NO participation – facts and figures
Common projects – thematic areas
BIOTECH
CAREER
ENERGY
ENV
FOOD
HEALTH
ICT
INFRA
NMP
SECURITY
SOCIETY
SPACE
TPT
OTHER
TOTAL
Thematic area
Participations
4
5
20
10
30
24
10
28
3
15
16
7
8
33
196
Based on e-Corda 26.02.2016
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Horizon 2020 – PL-NO participation – facts and figures
Top 20 cooperators
NORGES FORSKNINGSRAD
NARODOWE CENTRUM BADAN I ROZWOJU
UNIVERSITETET I OSLO
UNIVERSITETET I BERGEN
NARODOWE CENTRUM NAUKI
OSLO UNIVERSITETSSYKEHUS HF
NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNU
Instytut Geofizyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk
HAVFORSKNINGSINSTITUTTET
NORSK INSTITUTT FOR LUFTFORSKNING
UNIWERSYTET JAGIELLONSKI
AKADEMIA GORNICZO-HUTNICZA IM. STANISLAWA STASZICA W KRAKOWIE
INSTYTUT PODSTAWOWYCH PROBLEMOW TECHNIKI POLSKIEJ AKADEMII NAUK
METEOROLOGISK INSTITUTT
Norwegian institute of Bioeconomy Research - NIBIO
UNINETT SIGMA2 AS
UNIWERSYTET WARSZAWSKI
UNIWERSYTET GDANSKI
INSTYTUT CHEMII BIOORGANICZNEJ POLSKIEJ AKADEMII NAUK
SZKOLA GLOWNA GOSPODARSTWA WIEJSKIEGO
Participations
19
10
6
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
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Offer of the NCP in Poland
Our mission is to reinforce the position of Polish science and innovation
on the international arena. To do this, we support participation in
European research and innovation programs – Horizon 2020, EURATOM
and IMI2.
Our free of charge services:
Consultation, prescreeing of proposals
Seminars, workshops,
conferences
Mentoring
Support on legal & financial
issues
Partner search
Support for incoming
researchers
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More on Horizon 2020
Krajowy Punkt Kontaktowy Programów Badawczych UE
http://www.kpk.gov.pl
Participant Portal
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h
2020/calls/h2020-smeinst-1-2014.html#tab1
EASME
http://ec.europa.eu/easme/sme_en.htm
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Helpdesk
http://www.iprhelpdek.eu
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NATIONAL CONTACT POINT
FOR RESEARCH PROGRAMMES OF THE EU
Institute for Fundamental Technological Research PAS
Aneta Maszewska
[email protected]
[email protected]
Find us at Twitter: @kpk_pl
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Katowice, 17-18 marca 2016
Bezpieczna, czysta i efektywna energia
W programie Horyzont2020
Dr Maria Śmietanka, Aneta Maszewska
Krajowy Punkt Kontaktowy Programów Badawczych UE
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
www.kpk.gov.pl
W niniejszej prezentacji wykorzystano materiały udostępnione m.in. przez KE i/lub Ministerstwa oraz Agendy RP
Energia? Co się w tym mieści?
Odnawialne
źródła
energii
Technologie
nowej
generacji
Inteligentne
sieci
Systemy
niskoemisyjne
Efektywność
energetyczna
Inteligentne
miasta
Paliwa
alternatywne
Bezpieczeństwo
Magazynowanie
dostaw
energii
Biopaliwa
2
Zamierzenia H2020
• Przyczynianie się do niezawodnego, trwałego i
konkurencyjnego systemu energetycznego w
warunkach zmniejszających się zasobów,
zwiększenia zużycia energii i w kontekście zmian
klimatycznych.
• Odpowiedź na kryzys gospodarczy poprzez
inwestowanie w przyszłe miejsca pracy i wzrost
gospodarczego oraz wzmocnienie pozycji UE w
świecie w zakresie badań, innowacji i
technologii.
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Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy
Główne cele programu
Kamienie milowe transformacji energetycznej do roku 2030:
• co najmniej 40% redukcji emisji gazów cieplarnianych (w stosunku do roku 1990)
• co najmniej 27% udziału OZE w zużyciu energii
• co najmniej 27% poprawy efektywności energetycznej
• co najmniej 10% poprawa połączeń elektroenergetycznych
Wynikające stąd priorytety:
• Moderacja potrzeb energetycznych
• Dekarboniacja gospodarki
• Większy wysiłek w zakresie badań, innowacyjności i konkurencyjności
• Zwiększenie udziału odbiorców w transformacji energetycznej
• Zwiększenie efektywności energetycznej (szczególnie w budynkach)
• Rozwój nowej generacji OZE
• Integracja OZE z sieciami energetycznymi (magazynowanie energii)
• Wprowadzanie na rynek nowych technologii i usług energetycznych
• Wspieranie innowacji społecznych
• Usuwanie barier technologicznych, promocja standardów
Budżet Horyzont 2020
Wyzwania społeczne
1. Zdrowie, zmiany demograficzne i dobrostan
2. Bezpieczeństwo żywnościowe, zrównoważone rolnictwo, badania morskie
i gospodarka ekologiczna
3. Bezpieczna, czysta i efektywna energia
4. Inteligentny, ekologiczny i zintegrowany transport
Budżet (EUR billion)
7.5
3.9
5.9
6.3
5. Działania w dziedzinie klimatu, efektywna gospodarka zasobami i
surowcami
3.1
6. Europa w zmieniającym się świecie - Integracyjne, innowacyjne i
refleksyjne społeczeństwa
1.3
7. Bezpieczne społeczeństwa – ochrona wolności i bezpieczeństwa Europy i
jej obywateli
1.7
Konkursy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Efektywność energetyczna (EE)
Technologie niskowęglowe (LCE)
Inteligentne miasta (SCC)
Instrument MŚP i Fast Track to Innovation for
Energy
5. Inne
Ale tematów można szukać także w pozostałych
obszarach…
7
Budżet obszaru Energia (mln euro)
Konkursy
2014
2015
2016
2017
Efektywność
energetyczna
97
98
93
101
Technologie
niskowęglowe
359
372
352
367
Inteligentne
miasta
92
108
60
72
Instrument
MŚP
34
37
46
50
Inne
75
61
108
79
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Podejście systemowe
Rozwój
nowych
technologii
Demonstracja
w warunkach
rzeczywistych
Kontekst
społeczny,
ekonomiczny i
prawny
Integracja
składników w
inteligentny
system
Wsparcie
wdrażania
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Program pracy 2016-2017
Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy
•
Efektywność energetyczna (25 tematów)
•
Konkurencyjne technologie
niskoemisyjne (36 tematów)
•
Instrument MŚP
•
Inne działania (64)
Konkursy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Efektywność energetyczna (EE)
Technologie niskowęglowe (LCE)
Inteligentne miasta (SCC)
Instrument MŚP i Fast Track to Innovation for
Energy
5. Inne
Ale tematów można szukać także w pozostałych
obszarach…
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Efektywność energetyczna - EE
•
•
•
•
•
Ogrzewanie i chłodzenie EE01 – EE05
– Obniżanie kosztów, zmniejszanie zapotrzebowania, lokalne zrównoważone
i odnawialne źródła energii.
Angażowanie konsumentów w zrównoważone zużycie energii EE06 – EE09
– Zrozumienie i wpływ na zachowania konsumentów, aktywacja
konsumentów
Budynki EE10 – EE14
– Eliminacja barier ograniczających efektywność energetyczną budynków
Przemysł, usługi i produkty EE15 – EE21
– Likwidacja technologicznych i poza-technologicznych barier, aby podnosic
efektywność energetyczną przedsiębiorstw
Innowacyjne finansowanie inwestycji w obszarze efektywności
energetycznej EE22 – EE25
– Likwidowanie luki międzye fundatorami projektów, a projektami
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Najbliższe konkursy
Call
2016 (M€)
Energy Efficiency
Deadline 21 stycznia 2016
93
Deadline 15 września 2016
EE – najbliższe konkursy
EE-06
Engaging private consumers towards sustainable energy
EE-09
Engaging and activating public authorities
EE-11
Overcoming market barriers to deep renovation of buildings
EE-13
Cost reduction of new Nearly Zero-Energy buildings
EE-14
Construction skills
EE-16
Implementation of EU product efficiency legislation
EE-24
Making the energy efficiency market investible
EE-25
Development of innovative energy efficiency services
EE-22
Project Development Assistance
EE-21
(ERA-NET Cofund on industry and services)
Konkursy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Efektywność energetyczna (EE)
Technologie niskowęglowe (LCE)
Inteligentne miasta (SCC)
Instrument MŚP i Fast Track to Innovation for
Energy
5. Inne
Ale tematów można szukać także w pozostałych
obszarach…
15
Technologie niskowęglowe - LCE
• W kierunku zintegrowanego systemu
energetycznego LCE01 – LCE05
• Technologie odnawialne LCE06 – LCE23
• Dekarbonizacja paliw kopalnych LCE24 – LCE30
• Społeczne, ekonomiczne aspekty systemów
energetycznych LCE31 – LCE32
• Wsparcie rozwoju europejskiej przestrzeni
badawczej w obszarze energii LCE33 – LCE35
• Zagadnienia przekrojowe LCE36
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Energia odnawialna
Badania
podstawowe
TRL<4
Zaawansowane Demonstracja
badania
TRL 5 – 7
TRL 3 – 5
Fotowoltaika
LCE-9, LCE-10
CSP – skoncentrowana
energia słoneczna
LCE-11
Słoneczne ogrzewanie i
chłodzenie
LCE-12
Energia wiatrowa
LCE-13, LCE-14
Energia z oceanów
Energia wodna
LCE-6
LCE-7
Energia geotermalna
Wprowadzanie
na rynek
LCE-21
LCE-15, LCE-16
LCE-17, LCE-18,
LCE-23
LCE-21
Kogeneracja
RES integration in the
system
Bio-/alternatywne paliwa
LCE-8, LCE-22
LCE-19, LCE-20
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LCE – najbliższe konkursy
LCE-01-2016- Next generation innovative technologies enabling smart grids, storage and energy
system integration with increasing share of renewables: distribution network
2017
2016-04-05
RIA
Demonstration of smart grid, storage and system integration technologies with
LCE-02-2016 increasing share of renewables: distribution system
2016-04-05
IA
LCE-03-2016 Support to R&I strategy for smart grid and storage
2016-04-05
CSA
LCE-32-2016 European Platform for energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities research
2016-04-05
CSA
European Common Research and Innovation Agendas (ECRIAs) in support of the
LCE-33-2016 implementation of the SET Action Plan
2016-04-05
RIA
LCE-09-2016 Increasing the competitiveness of the EU PV manufacturing industry
2016-09-08
IA
Solutions for reduced maintenance, increased reliability and extended life-time of
LCE-13-2016 off-shore wind turbines/farms
2016-09-08
IA
LCE-15-2016 Scaling up in the ocean energy sector to arrays
2016-09-08
IA
LCE-19-2016Demonstration of the most promising advanced biofuel pathways
2017
2016-09-08
IA
LCE-20-2016Enabling pre-commercial production of advanced aviation biofuel
2017
2016-09-08
IA
LCE-22-2016 International Cooperation with Brazil on advanced lignocellulosic biofuels
2016-09-08
RIA
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Konkursy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Efektywność energetyczna (EE)
Technologie niskowęglowe (LCE)
Inteligentne miasta (SCC)
Instrument MŚP i Fast Track to Innovation for
Energy
5. Inne
Ale tematów można szukać także w pozostałych
obszarach…
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Inteligentne miasta SCC
SCC1 Smart Cities and Communities lighthouse projects
Cel:
• Rozwój i testowanie zintegrowanych innowacyjnych rozwiązań w dużej skali –
budynki, sieci energetyczne, transport, narzędzia ICT
• Stworzenie miast-przykładów dla regionów, danie szansy na replikację rozwiązań
W każdym projekcie 3 miasta-przykłady (lighthouse cities) i minimum 3 miastanaśladowcy (follower cities)
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MOŻNA SFINANSOWAĆ
• Integracja sieci
• Testowanie modeli
biznesowych
• Rozwiązania ICT bazujące na
otwartych systemach
• Szkolenia
• Analizy ekonomiczne
• Rozwiązania typu „smart”
NIE MOŻNA SFINANSOWAĆ
• Zakup pojazdów
• Budowa tradycyjnych
narzędzi ICT
• Konstrukcja budynków
2 konkursy: I termin zamknięcia: 5.04.2016
II termin zamknięcia: 14.02.2017
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Konkursy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Efektywność energetyczna (EE)
Technologie niskowęglowe (LCE)
Inteligentne miasta (SCC)
Instrument MŚP i Fast Track to Innovation
for Energy
5. Inne
Ale tematów można szukać także w pozostałych
obszarach…
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Dla przedsiębiorstw
• Instrument MŚP
• Fast Track to Innovation
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Konkursy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Efektywność energetyczna (EE)
Technologie niskowęglowe (LCE)
Inteligentne miasta (SCC)
Instrument MŚP i Fast Track to Innovation for
Energy
5. Inne – nagrody i zamówienia publiczne
Ale tematów można szukać także w pozostałych
obszarach…
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Energia - gdzie jeszcze szukać
tematów?
• Wiodąca pozycja w zakresie technologii wspomagających i
przemysłowych – zaawansowane materiały, nanotechnologie,
ICT;
• Nowe Technologie i Technologie Przyszłości (FET);
• Infrastruktura badawcza;
• Granty ERC;
• Inne wyzwania społeczne – klimat, transport, bezpieczeństwo…
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Poszukiwanie partnerów
• Bazy danych Komisji Europejskiej:
https://cordis.europa.eu/partners/
• Krajowy Punkt Kontaktowy www.kpk.gov.pl
• Baza powstająca w ramach projektu CEnergy2020 http://www.partnersearch.cenergy2020.eu
• Bazy projektów – widać kto i co robi w
danym temacie
• Spotkania brokerskie
• BĄDŹ WIDOCZNY, ROZMAWIAJ, NAWIĄZUJ
KONTAKTY!
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ZAPRASZAMY DO KONTAKTU
KRAJOWY PUNKT KONTAKTOWY
PROGRAMÓW BADAWCZYCH UE
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
Aneta Maszewska
+48 508 101 008
[email protected]
dr Maria Śmietanka
+48 502 052 239
[email protected]
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Katowice 17.03.2016
Transport calls of Horizon 2020
R&I Programe for 2017
Prelegent: Zbigniew Turek
W niniejszej prezentacji wykorzystano materiały udostępnione m.in. przez KE i/lub Ministerstwa oraz Agendy RP
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Horizon 2020
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Structure of Horizon 2020
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Structure of Horizon 2020
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Horizon 2020
Smart, green and integrated transport
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Transport
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More info about SC4
6339 mld € - budget for SC4,
including - JUs:
- Clean Sky 2
- SESAR 2
- Shift2Rail
- Fuel Cells & Hydrogen
938, 52 mln € = budget for 2016-2017
• Yearly calls
• One stage or two stage
procedures for proposals
* Work Programe for 2017
will be updated in Q2 2016
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More info about SC4
6339 mld € - budget for SC4,
including - JUs:
- Clean Sky 2
- SESAR 2
- Shift2Rail
- Fuel Cells & Hydrogen
938, 52 mln € = budget for 2016-2017
• Yearly calls
• One stage or two stage
procedures for proposals
* Work Programe for 2017
will be updated in Q2 2016
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h202
0/wp/2016_2017/main/h2020-wp1617transport_en.pdf
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Budget for 2016-2017 calls
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Budget for 2016-2017 calls
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Structure of each call topic
Specific challenge:
Scope:
Expected impact:
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MG-3.2-2017: Protection of all road
users in crashes
Specific challenge:
The continued introduction of active safety systems has the potential to reduce accidents.
Nevertheless, the risk of collision and particular crash situations will still remain. An approach
will be needed that will ensure improved crash safety in those circumstances. A number of
societal trends add to this challenge such as the ageing population, an increase in the number
of powered and non-powered two-wheelers and the introduction of green, light, sub-compact
cars.
An important step forward will be to develop fully integrated safety systems and deploy them
so that they provide better protection for all road users. Emerging new vehicle types and the
possible use of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) would need to be
considered. The application of advanced safety features and the development of personal
safety equipment can also be seen as ways to reduce fatalities and injuries to pedestrians,
cyclists and riders of Powered Two Wheelers (PTWs). In addition, simulation tools (including
new virtual human body models) will need to be developed to assess new safety systems and
determine their effectiveness and potential impact.
With respect to competitiveness, user protection has been an area where European industry
has exhibited technology leadership, but this is now being increasingly challenged worldwide.
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MG-3.2-2017: Protection of all road
users in crashes
Scope:
Proposals should focus on one or several of the following aspects:
―Vehicle based systems such as: solutions for improved crash compatibility; optimisation of restraint
systems by including pre-crash information; and methods and requirements to assess safety performance in
traffic of extremely low-mass vehicles.
―Personal protection such as: development and testing of focused personal safety equipment for various
road user categories, to warn them adequately and/or protect them in the most safety critical situations; and
integrated assessment methods for the overall safety of road users and solutions that enhance their
protection.
―Crash simulation such as: computationally efficient and robust crash simulation tools; implementation of
virtual testing; and development of virtual human body models of road users and situations not currently
available.
Proposed actions should focus on fully integrated safety systems.
Consideration should be taken of gender aspects such as body structure and stature and other
demographic factors such as the disabled (persons of reduced mobility), ageing, obesity, etc.
Participation of SMEs with proven experience in these areas is encouraged.
Links with Member State initiatives in this area are encouraged.
In line with the strategy for EU international cooperation in research and innovation, international
cooperation is encouraged, in particular with industrialised countries (i.e. US, Japan, Canada, Australia) and
emerging economies (primarily China, India, Brazil). Proposals should foresee twinning with entities
participating in projects funded by US DOT to exchange knowledge and experience and exploit synergies.
The Commission considers that proposals requesting a contribution from the EU of between EUR 4 and 9
million each would allow this specific challenge to be addressed appropriately. Nonetheless, this does not
preclude submission and selection of proposals requesting other amounts.
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MG-3.2-2017: Protection of all road
users in crashes
Expected impact:
By providing an integrated approach to safety systems, actions are expected to make a direct
contribution to the reduction of fatalities and severity of injuries, as well as the number of
injured persons. They will deliver measures that will make the 'triangle' of European road
users, vehicles and infrastructure safer. In this way, actions are expected to contribute to
important savings in the health system linked with the reduction of accidents and injuries.
Proposers are expected to demonstrate how the project results will have a significant impact
on road safety casualties and injuries and how they will make an effective contribution to the
standardisation of products and testing techniques.
A credible strategy is expected to demonstrate the future full scale manufacturing of critical
products developed in the project in Europe.
Call budget for topic: 14 mln. €
EC contribution requested (EC suggestion): 4-9 mln € per proposal
Type of action: RIA
Deadline: 26 Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19 Sep. 2017 (second stage)
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Call - 2016-2017 Mobility for Growth
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Aviation
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MG-1.2-2017: Reducing aviation noise (RIA)
MG-1.4-2016-2017: Breakthrough innovation (RIA)
MG-1.5-2016-2017: Identification of gaps, barriers and needs in the aviation research (RIA)
Call budget for the topic: 80 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19th Oct. 2017 (second stage)
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Waterborne
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MG-2.1-2017: Innovations for energy efficiency and emission control in waterborne
transport (IA)
MG-2.4-2017: Complex and value-added specialised vessels (IA)
Call budget for the topic: 40 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19th Oct. 2017 (second stage)
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SAFETY
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MG-3.2-2017: Protection of all road users in crashes (RIA)
Call budget for the topic: 14 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19th Oct. 2017 (second stage)
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Urban mobility
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MG-4.1-2017: Increasing the take up and scale-up of innovative solutions to achieve
sustainable mobility in urban areas (IA)
MG-4.2-2017: Supporting 'smart electric mobility' in cities (IA)
Call budget for the topic: 22 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19th Oct. 2017 (second stage)
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MG-4.3-2017: Innovative approaches for integrating urban nodes in the TEN-T core
network corridors (CSA)
Call budget for the topic: 2 mln. €
Deadline: 01 Feb. 2017
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LOGISTICS
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MG-5.2-2017: Innovative ICT solutions for future logistics operations (RIA)
MG-5.4-2017: Potential of the Physical Internet (RIA)
Call budget for the topic: 12 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19th Oct. 2017 (second stage)
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INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
No topics open for 2017
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INFRASTRUCTURE
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MG-7.1-2017: Resilience to extreme (natural and man-made) events (RIA)
MG-7.2-2017: Optimisation of transport infrastructure including terminals (RIA)
MG-7.3-2017: The Port of the future (RIA)
Call budget for the topic: 37 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 19th Oct. 2017 (second stage)
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SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND BEHAVIOURAL RESEARCH
AND FORWARD LOOKING ACTIVITIES FOR POLICY
MAKING
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MG-8.2-2017: Big data in Transport: Research opportunities, challenges and limitations
(CSA)
Call budget for the topic: 2 mln. €
Deadline: 01st Feb. 2017
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MG-8.4-2017: Improving accessibility, inclusive mobility and equity: new tools and
business models for public transport in prioritised areas (RIA)
MG-8.5-2017: Shifting paradigms: Exploring the dynamics of individual preferences,
behaviours and lifestyles influencing travel and mobility choices (RIA)
Call budget for the topic: 7.5 mln. €
Deadline: 01st. Feb. 2017
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Call - 2016-2017 Automated Road Transport
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Automated Road Transport
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ART-01-2017: ICT infrastructure to enable the transition towards road transport automation
(IA)
ART-03-2017: Multi-Brand platooning in real traffic conditions (IA)
ART-07-2017: Full-scale demonstration of urban road transport automation (IA)
Call budget for the topic: 50 mln. €
Deadline: 26th Jan. 2017 (first stage), 27th Sept.. 2017 (second stage)
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Call - 2016-2017 Green Vehicles
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Call - 2016-2017 Green Vehicles
• GV-01-2017: Optimisation of heavy duty vehicles for alternative fuels use (IA)
• GV-04-2017: Next generation electric drivetrains for fully electric vehicles,
focusing on high efficiency and low cost (RIA)
• GV-05-2017: Electric vehicle user-centric design for optimised energy efficiency
(RIA)
• GV-06-2017: Physical integration of hybrid and electric vehicle batteries at pack
level aiming at increased energy density and efficiency (IA)
• GV-07-2017: Multi-level modelling and testing of electric vehicles and their
components (RIA)
• GV-08-2017: Electrified urban commercial vehicles integration with fast charging
infrastructure (IA)
• GV-09-2017: Aerodynamic and flexible trucks (IA)
• GV-10-2017: Demonstration (pilots) for integration of electrified L-category
vehicles in the urban transport system (IA)
Call budget for the topic: 128 mln. €
Deadline: 01st Feb. 2017
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NETWORKING AND BROKERAGE EVENT
FOR 2017 TRANSPORT CALLS - within
the framework of the TRA conference
(Transport Research Arena) organized in
Warsaw, Poland April 18th-21st 2016
https://www.b2match.eu/h2020transp
ortcall2017/
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Thank you for attention
Questions?
Contact person:
Zbigniew Turek
e-mail: [email protected]
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Katowice, 17-18 March 2016
Polish-Norwegian Partnership in Projects
HORIZON 2020,
Challenge 5: Climate action, environment,
resource efficiency and raw materials
Magdalena Głogowska
Krajowy Punkt Kontaktowy Programów Badawczych UE
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
www.kpk.gov.pl
W niniejszej prezentacji wykorzystano materiały udostępnione m.in. przez KE i/lub Ministerstwa oraz Agendy RP
Main pillars:
Excellent
Science
21,6 mld €
Industrial
Leadership
15,04 mld €
Societal
challenges
26,24 mld €
Societal Challenge 5: Climate action, environment, resource efficiency
and raw materials
Objective: "to
achieve a resource
– and water – efficient and
climate change resilient
economy and society, the
protection and sustainable
management of natural
resources and ecosystems,
and a sustainable supply
and use of raw materials, in
order to meet the needs of a
growing global population
within the sustainable limits
of the planet's natural
resources and eco-systems."
Societal Challenge 5: focus for 2016-17
 Increased emphasis on delivering
innovative solutions
 Transformative agenda
 Systemic approach to innovation
 Unlocking private and public
investment in future solutions
 Large-scale demonstration
projects with replication potential
Societal Challenge 5: key objectives for 2016-2017
Climate action
- Climate services
- Low-carbon
Europe
- Arctic dimension
Raw materials
Mainstreaming
water R&I
Nature-based solutions:
- for territorial
resilience
- for sustainable cities
Systemic eco-innovation for
a circular economy
Sustainable growth by harnessing:
- Earth observation data
- Cultural heritage
2016-2017: Structure of the calls
• SC5 call 'Greening the economy'
• Contribution to cross-cutting calls:
 'Industry 2020 in the Circular Economy'
 'Smart and Sustainable Cities'
• Contribution to calls in other WP parts:
 'Blue growth – demonstrating an ocean of opportunities'
(SC2)
 'Sustainable Food Security – Resilient and resource-efficient value chains'
(SC2)
 'Competitive low-carbon energy' (SC3; cross-challenge topic)
 SME Instrument call
ECO-INNOVATION
…for a
CIRCULAR ECONOMY
...a new step…
Systemic Eco-Innovation
Covering all forms of innovation
Whole
value
chain
Business
models
Governance
Across
all
stages
Multistakeholder
Skills and
education
Finance
… Circular Economy
 demonstrating the economic and
environmental feasibility of the circular
economy
 supporting systemic innovation to
obtain a systems-wide transformation
 reorganising production & consumption
to maintain or enhance the value of
products, components, materials and
resources throughout the value chain
and the life of the products
 decoupling creation of wealth and jobs
from resource consumption
...a new Focus Area:
Industry 2020 in the Circular Economy
Cross-cutting call
Where you can find it?
 Horizon 2020 - Cross-cutting activities (Focus Areas)
 General introduction
 Circular Economy section
What is inside?
 Description of Systemic Eco-innovation
 Topics for SC5 in 2017 – total budget 70 M€
 Topic descriptions
 Topics open: 8 Nov. 2016
 First deadline: 7 March 2017
Water
 mainstreamed through
WP 2016-2017,
as part of the systemic
approach
 harnessing strong
potential for European
industry to become global
market leader
 continuity with 20142015 Focus Area call on
‘Water Innovation:
Boosting its value for
Europe’
Water
 Topics in call 'Greening the
Economy'
 Total indicative budget for these topics in 2016:
€4M
 Calls are already closed, but think of future ideas
related to water!
Nature-based solutions
 inspired or supported
by nature
 economic, social and
environmental benefits
and resilience
 systemic, resourceefficient locally adapted
interventions
 more nature and
natural features into
cities and landscapes
 positioning Europe as world leader in
innovation through nature-based
solutions
Nature-based solutions
- how?
• EU framework and evidence base for
cost-effectiveness and benefits of nature-based solutions
• co-design, co-implementation and upscaling of systemic,
multi-purpose solutions through large scale
demonstration projects, 'living labs'
• a market for nature-based solutions (demand and
supply)
• innovative multi-stakeholder platform
• international co-operation on nature-based solutions to
global challenges
 Sustainable cities through nature-based solutions
 Nature-based solutions for territorial resilience
Nature-based solutions
- calls
 Topics on Sustainable cities through nature-based
solutions are in cross-cutting call 'Smart and Sustainable
Cities'
Total indicative budget in 2017: €40M
 Topics on Nature-based solutions for
territorial resilience in call 'Greening the Economy'
Total indicative budget in 2017: €12M
For both calls:
 Topics open: 8 Nov. 2016
 First deadline: 7 March 2017
Cultural heritage for sustainable growth
 A more dynamic approach
to cultural heritage,
beyond mere conservation
 cultural heritage as a
production rather than a
cost factor and a strategic
resource
 cultural heritage as a
catalyst for regeneration,
sustainable development,
economic growth and
quality of life
 European reference
framework and robust EUwide evidence
Cultural heritage for
sustainable growth
 Topics in call 'Greening the
Economy'
 Total indicative budget for this
topic in 2017: €10M
 Topic opens: 8 Nov. 2016
 First deadline: 7 March 2017
Climate services
 building Europe's
capacity to
respond to and
improve resilience
to climate change
 strengthening
significantly the
nascent global
market for
demand-driven
climate services
 addressing both
climate change
mitigation and
adaptation needs
Towards a low-carbon Europe
 deepening the analysis
of possible and costeffective trajectories for
Europe to achieve its
medium and long-term
climate objectives
 maximising societal
benefits and economic
prosperity
Climate services and Towards
a low-carbon Europe
 Topics in call 'Greening the
Economy'
 Total indicative budget for these
topics in 2017: €47M
 Topics open: 8 Nov. 2016
 First deadline: 7 March 2017
Raw materials
 securing the
EU's supply
of primary
and
secondary
raw
materials
through
Research
and
Innovation
Raw materials: Rationale
EU Policy - “Raw Materials Initiative”
• Aim: securing sustainable supplies of raw materials
• Non-energy, non-agricultural raw materials
• Integrated strategy
• List of Critical Raw Materials (CRM) - 20 CRMs in 2014
European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials
EIP Pillars: Technology, Non-Technology Policy, International Cooperation
EIP targets:
• Up to 10 innovative pilot actions - in WP 2016-2017!
• Substitutes for at least 3 applications of CRMs
• Regulatory framework for primary and secondary RM
• EU RM Knowledge base
• international cooperation strategy
Raw materials
 Topics in call 'Greening the Economy'
 Total indicative budget for these topics in 2017:
€19,5M
 Topics open: 8 Nov. 2016
 First deadline: 7 March 2017
Earth observation
 maximising the benefits for
European citizens of the Earth
observation infrastructure
 developing innovative services
to support more sustainable
production and consumption
patterns and resilient societies
 completing the in-situ
component of GEOSS and
Copernicus
 enabling the sharing and full,
open and unrestricted access to
validated Earth observation
datasets
 engaging with the private sector
to leverage emerging
technologies and develop
services
Earth observation
 Topics in call 'Greening the
Economy'
(and in 2017 in call 'Sustainable
Food Security – Resilient and
resource-efficient value chains')
 Total indicative budget for this topic in 2017:
€15M
 Topic opens: 8 Nov. 2016
 First deadline: 7 March 2017
Call 2017
 Total indicative budget for
this call in 2017: €80M
 Call opens: 20 September
2016
 Deadline: 19 January 2017
Topic examples:
SPIRE-07-2017: Integrated approach to process optimisation for raw material
resources efficiency, excluding recovery technologies of waste streams
SPIRE-08-2017: Carbon dioxide utilisation to produce added value chemicals
SPIRE-09-2017: Pilot lines based on more flexible and down-scaled high performance
processing
SPIRE-10-2017: New electrochemical solutions for industrial processing, which
contribute to a reduction of carbon dioxide emissions
Partner search tool
Horizon 2020: partner search tool for Societal Challenge 5
This tool supports potential applicants for the Horizon 2020 Work
Programme of Societal Challenge 5 “Climate action, environment, resource
efficiency and raw materials” in finding partners and building a consortium
for a project proposal.
Just go to http://partnersearch.ncps-care.eu/ and you will find a short stepby-step information on how to register and how to post a partner offer or
partner search.
Furthermore, lots of useful information can also the found on the project
website: http://www.ncps-care.eu/
HORIZON 2020
Thank you
for your attention!
Find out more:
www.ec.europa/research/horizon2020
ZAPRASZAMY DO KONTAKTU
KRAJOWY PUNKT KONTAKTOWY
PROGRAMÓW BADAWCZYCH UE
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
Magdalena Głogowska
Aneta Maszewska
e-mail:
[email protected]
[email protected],pl
(1) Climate services
SC5-01 – 2016/2017: Exploiting the added value of climate services
•b) [2017] From climate serivce concepts to piloting and proof-of-concept:
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Research and Innovation Action; 1-etapowy
•[Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn: 07.03.2017]
zalecane dofinansowanie do 1 projektu do 5 mln E;
(1) Climate services
SC5-02-2017: Integrated European regional modelling and climate prediction system;
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Research and Innovation Action; 1-etapowy
•[Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn: 07.03.2017]
zalecane dofinansowanie do 1 projektu do 13 mln E;
(1) Climate services
SC5-04 – 2017: Towards a robust and comprehensive greenhouse gas verification system
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Research and Innovation Action; 1-etapowy
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn: 07.03.2017
zalecane dofinansowanie do 1 projektu do 10 mln E;
(2) Towards a low carbon Europe
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•
Research and Innovation Action; 1-etapowy
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn. 07.03.2017
Zalecane dofinansowanie do 1 projektu: 4-5 mln E
(c) The risks and costs of climate change for Europe (2017)
(2) Towards a low carbon Europe
SC5-07 – 2017: Coordinating and supporting research and innovation actions
on the decarbonisation of the EU economy
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Coordination and Support Action; 1-etapowy
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn: 07.03.2017
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu w granicach 2,5 - 3 mln E;
•Finansowanie utworzenia i działań trans-dyscyplinarnego panelu ekspertów
(naukowcy, eksperci, projekty) w dziedzinie strategii dekarbonizacji;
(3) Nature-based solutions for territorial resilience
SC5-08 – 2017: Large scale demonstrators on nature-based solutions for
hydrometeorological risk reduction
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•
Innovation Action; 2-etapowy
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn: 1 etapu 07.03.2017, 2 etapu 05.09.2017
•
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu min. 12mln E;
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-13 – 2016 - 2017: New solutions for sustainable production of
raw materials
•
•
Research and Innovation Action; 1-etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 3-7 mln E;
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn: 07.03.2017
Pod-temat c): New sensitive exploration technologies (2017)
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-14 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials Innovation actions
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•
Innovation Action; 2 -etapowy
•
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 8-13 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn. I etapu: 07.03.2017; Zamkn. II etapu: 05.09.2017
Pod-temat b): Processing of lower grade and/or complex primary and/or
secondary raw materials in the most sustainable ways (2017)
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-14 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials Innovation actions
•
•
Innovation Action; 2 -etapowy
•
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 8-13 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn. I etapu: 07.03.2017; Zamkn. II etapu: 05.09.2017
Pod-temat c): Sustainable metallurgical processes (2017)
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-15 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials policy support actions
Pod-temat b): Good practice in waste collection systems (2017)
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•
;
;
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 1.5 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-15 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials policy support actions
Pod-temat c): Optimising collection of raw materials data in member
States (2017)
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 1.5 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-15 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials policy support actions
Pod-temat d): Linking land use planning policies to national mineral
policies (2017)
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 1.5 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-15 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials policy support actions
Pod-temat e): EU network of mining and metallurgy regions (2017)
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 3 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-15 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials policy support actions
Pod-temat f): EU network of regions on sustainable wood mobilisation
(wood supply) (2017)
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 1.5 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017;
(5) Raw materials
• SC5-16 – 2016 - 2017: Raw materials international co-operation
Pod-temat c): International network of raw materials training centres
(2017)
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE do 1 mln E;
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017;
(6) Earth observation
• SC5- 18 – 2017: Novel in-situ observation systems
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•
Research and Innovation Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE do 4-5 mln E;
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017;
(6) Earth observation
• SC5- 19 – 2017: Coordination of citizens observatories initiatives
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•
Coordination and Support Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE do 1 mln E;
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017;
(7) Cultural heritage for sustainable growth
• SC5- 21 – 2016 - 2017: Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable
growth
(b) Heritage-led rural regeneration (2017)
Innovation Action; 2 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE ok. 10 mln E
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn. 1 etapu: 07.03.2017; Zamkn. 2 etapu: 05.09.2017;
(7) Cultural heritage for sustainable growth
• SC5- 22 – 2017: Innovative financing, business and governance
models for adaptive re-use of cultural heritage
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,
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Research and Innovation Action; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE do 5 mln E;
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017;
(8) Support to policy and preparing for innovation procurement
• SC5- 26 - 2017 : Pre-commercial procurement on
soil decontamination
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Pre-Commercial Procurement; 1 -etapowy
zalecane dofinansowanie 1 projektu przez KE do 5 mln E;
•
Otw: 08.11.2016; Zamkn.: 07.03.2017;
CEL:
 Opracowanie innowacyjnych rozwiązań dla efektywnej dekontaminacji gleb;
 Stworzenie systemów, z włączeniem zagadnień standaryzacji, regulacji,
certyfikatów – dla usunięcia barier dla wprowadzania nowych rozwiązań na
rynek;
 Generowanie nowych produktów, procesów i usług – gotowych do
wprowadzenia na rynek;
(8) Support to policy and preparing for innovation procurement
• SC5- 28 - 2016 : Transformations to sustainability
•
•
ERA-Net Cofound; 1 -etapowy
Otw: 10.11.2015; Zamkn.: 08.03.2016;
Temat dla instytucji finansujących naukę we współpracy z jednostkami
naukowymi (w Polsce głównie dla NCBiR)
CEL:
 Opracowanie nowych rozwiązań - dla ograniczenia zmian klimatu
i dla celów globalnego zrównoważonego rozwoju
 Konieczne podejścia trans-dyscyplinarne
Katowice, 17-18 marca 2O16
SME Instrument
FTI Pilot Action
Aneta Maszewska
Krajowy Punkt Kontaktowy Programów Badawczych UE
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
www.kpk.gov.pl
W niniejszej prezentacji wykorzystano materiały udostępnione m.in. przez KE i/lub Ministerstwa oraz Agendy RP
Topics
 Open Disruptive Innovation Scheme
 Accelerating the uptake of nanotechnologies advanced materials or advanced
manufacturing and processing technologies by SMEs
 Dedicated support to biotechnology SMEs closing the gap from lab to market
 Engaging SMEs in space research and development
 Supporting innovative SMEs in the healthcare biotechnology sector
 Accelerating market introduction of ICT solutions for Health, Well-Being and Ageing
Well
 Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs for sustainable and competitive
agriculture, forestry, agri-food and bio-based sectors
 Supporting SMEs efforts for the development – deployment and market replication of
innovative solutions for blue growth
 Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs for a low carbon and efficient energy
system
 Small business innovation research for Transport and Smart Cities Mobility
 Boosting the potential of small businesses in the areas of climate action, environment,
resource efficiency and raw materials
 New business models for inclusive, innovative and reflective societies
 Engaging SMEs in security research and development
Cut-off dates in 2016, 2017
SME Instrument - Phase 1
2016 24.02., 03.05., 07.09., 09.11.
2017 15.02., 03.05., 06.09., 08.11.
SME Instrument - Phase 2
2016 03.02., 14.04., 15.06., 13.10.
2017 18.01., 06.04., 01.06., 18.10.
200
150
50
0
Italy
Spain
United Kingdom
Hungary
Germany
Poland
Netherlands
Finland
Slovenia
France
Sweden
Denmark
Portugal
Slovakia
Czech Republic
Greece
Bulgaria
Ireland
Estonia
Croatia
Israel
Turkey
Austria
Belgium
Norway
Lithuania
Serbia
Romania
Cyprus
Latvia
Ukraine
Malta
Montenegro
Bosnia and…
Moldova (Republic of)
Iceland
Former Yugoslav…
Luxembourg
Grants / SME instrument
Phase 1 – SC5
Phase 1
100
83
24 17
16
SME Instrument
(all cut-off 2014-2015)
400
350
356
300
250
198
Applicants
Funded SME
121
68 64
57 52
48 46 44
28 25 24 23 23 22
19 19 18 18 15 15 15 13 13 12
8 1 4 4 1 4 7 4
3
1
1 1 3 4
1 1 8 7 71 41 2 2 2 1 1 1 1
SME Instrument
Grants / SME instrument SC5
Phase 2
(all cut-off 2014-2015)
90 82
80
66
70
60
46
50
40
30
20
10
0
1
8
24 23
21 18
15 13
11 11 10 9
8
4
4
1 1
1 2 1
6
5
Count of Proposal Number
1
5
5
4
4
3
Count of Funded
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
.
Źródło: materiały EASME
Most of the non-selected proposals were:
 Too much focused on the project and not enough on the business
opportunity;
 Not convincing when describing the company (you have to explain
why your company will succeed and not your competitor);
 Not providing enough information on competing solutions;
 Having a too low level of innovation, planning to develop a product
that already exists on the market;
 Proposing just an idea without any concept for its
commercialization;
 Just trying their luck (the SME Instrument is not a lottery!).
If you keep these 6 points in mind when drafting your proposal, you
may have higher chances to succeed.
Fast Track to Innovation - Pilot
 Reduce time from idea to market ('last push')
 Increase participation of industry, first-time applicants,
SMEs
 Stimulate private sector investment in R&I
Who are we looking for?
 Consortia of a limited size: min. 3, max. 5 partners
 All of the partners should be legally established in the EU or in a Horizon
2020 associated country*, and partners must be from at least three
different eligible countries
 Consortia must be industry-intensive:
– either 2 out of 3/4 partners = private-for-profit
– or 3 out of 5 partners = private-for-profit
– or 60% of the budget of the proposal (=total estimated
eligible costs) is to be allocated to private-for-profit entities
… but can be composed of partners of any type of legal entity (
industry,
SMEs, first-time applicants…)
 EU funding sought cannot exceed EUR 3 million; 70% of funding for privatefor-profit entities (//innovation actions)
 And last but not least…

* A list of Horizon 2020 associated countries is available via this link.
… the solution or innovation proposed must be relatively mature / close-tomarket already…!
 Time-to-market: 36 months or less (from the moment of the start of the FTI
pilot action!)
 Level of development ~ TRL 6 (for technological innovations), and similar
level of maturity for the non-technological ones
 Further development (up to TRL 9 or equivalent for non-technological
innovations) possible in a relatively limited amount of time, and
underpinned by a technical and a commercial planning
 Ultimate objective: significant value creation at the EU level (and beyond) /
hit the mar
What type of activities can be supported?
 Advanced and specific research and development activities
 Standard setting and advanced performance testing / piloting /
demonstration activities
 Validation of solutions in real working conditions / certification
 Business model validation
~
FTIPilot-1-2015
Cut-off date 1 Cut-off date 2 Cut-off date 3
- 29/4/2015
- 1/9/2015
- 1/12/2015
YEAR
TOTAL
Number of proposals submitted:
269
231
403
903
Number of above-threshold
proposals:
48
51
83
182 (20.2%)
Number of retained proposals:
16
15
15
46 (25.3%)
Number of projected
beneficiaries
69
67
68
204
Number of SME beneficiaries
32 (46%)
35 (52%)
28 (41%)
95 (46.5%)
Number of SME project
coordinators
9 (56%)
11 (73%)
7(46%)
27 (58.7%)
Total EC contribution requested
for submitted proposals:
€507.485.223
€427.022.233
€729.520.163
€ 1.664.027.619
EU budget contribution to
retained proposals:
€ 35.6 million
€32. 7 million
€30. 4 million
€98.7 million
Country of establishment of proposal coordinators –
(2015 cut-off dates – 27 EU MS + 8 ACs)
180
160
171
152
140
120
100
80
76
69
62
60
40
20
0
52
28
23
20 20 19 19 19 19 19 18
17 15
14
9
9
9
9
7
7
4
4
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
Going forward – 2016/2017
 March 15, 2016
Intermediary call deadline / cut-off #4
 June 1, 2016
Intermediary call deadline / cut-off #5
 July 2016
Outcome of assessment (study) on first response to the call
 October 25, 2016
Intermediary call deadline / cut-off #6
 First semester 2017
Full evaluation of FTI >> decision on future of FTI
Main weaknesses in submitted proposals
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The expected impact on partners' growth and innovation capacity
are insufficiently described;
Market and competition analysis are weak and limited;
Financing plan to reach the market and expand the
commercialization capacity is not discussed in detail;
The commercialization activities are not presented to demonstrate
how they intend to involve key stakeholders on the buy side;
The value for money is not justified in detail;
The financial aspects are underestimated within the review of risks;
Management structure is assessed as generic;
Lack of details in the description of deliverables and in risk
mitigation plans.
ZAPRASZAMY DO KONTAKTU
KRAJOWY PUNKT KONTAKTOWY
PROGRAMÓW BADAWCZYCH UE
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
Magdalena Głogowska
[email protected]
Aneta Maszewska
[email protected]
Introducing CEPPI
By Maciej Supel, Wroclawskie Centrum Badań EIT+ Sp.
zoo
LESSONS LEARNT
The main goals are:
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Idea
Consortium
Budget
Proposal
IDEA - ABOUT THE PROJECT
Coordinated energy-related PPIs actions for cities
Birmingham (UK), Budapest (Hungary), Castelló &
Valencia (Spain) and Wrocław (Poland) are joining
efforts to look for more sustainable energy solutions
through a pro-innovation procurement approach.
CEPPI TENDERS (POTENTIAL):
•
Birmingham: Waste Strategy/ Refrigeration
Units for Markets
•
Budapest: Retrofitting of City Hall
•
Castelló: Undecided
•
Valencia: Public lighting/ Harbour area
refurbishment
•
Wrocław: Street Lighting
CEPPI OUTCOMES
• Save energy and increase production of renewable
energy
• Capacity building in smart, sustainable and innovation
procurement
• Policy implementation and closing the policyprocurement gap
• Creating market for innovative energy goods and
services
• Replication and extension to other cities and public
sector organisations in the same city or region
CONSORTIUM - WHO ARE WE?
The Consortium consists of 9 European partners:
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Birmingham
Budapest
Castelló
Valencia / InnDEA
Wroclaw / EIT+
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•
Jera
Optimat
STZ
ICLEI European
Secretariat
BUDGET
• Staff (person/months per Participant/WP)
• Travel (consortium meetings)
• Subcontracting
PROPOSAL
1. Excellence
a) objectives
b) relation to the work programme
c) concept and approach
2. Impact
3. Implementation
KEEP INFORMED
Visit our website:
www.ceppi.eu
Subscribe to our
newsletter
KEEP INFORMED
Follow us on Twitter: @CEPPI_EU
And join the conversation: #CEPPI_EU
Read our full story in Storify:
www.storify.com/CEPPI_EU
THANK YOU
We will be happy to answer your questions.
E-mail us to: [email protected] ;
[email protected]
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Katowice, 17 March 2016
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Norwegian clusters – Horizon 2020
Katowice, 18 March 2016
www.innovationnorway.no
Increased value-creation in
regional clusters through
long-term internal and external
collaboration between companies, R&Dand educational institutions
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PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Arena
Norwegian Centres of
Expertise
Global Centres of
Expertise
Target group
Immature clusters
Mature clusters
National position
Mature clusters
Global position
Support periode
3-5 years
5-10 years
Up to 10 years
Annual support
EUR 200.-300.000
EUR 500.-600.000
EUR 1 mill
No. clusters
20
10
4-5
Selection
Annual open competition – clear criteria – external evaluation panels
ARENA-SUPPORTED CLUSTERS
1
01.07.2015
2
1. Arctic Maintenance
2. BioTech North
3. Arctic Winter Adventures
4. Cod Cluster
5. Arctic Maritime Cluster
6. Mineral Cluster North
7. Oil&Gas Cluster Helgeland
8. Smart Water Cluster
9. Nxt Media
10. iKuben
11. Norwegian Rooms
12 LEGASEA
13. DesignArena
14. Norwegian Smart Care Cluster
15. Usus
16. Digin
17. Electric Mobility Norway
18. Subsea Valley
19. Oslo EdTech Cluster
20. Norwegian Fashion Hub
21. Heidner
22. i4Plastics
3/24/2016
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
9
12
22 21
13
19 20
1718
14
4
4
16
15
NCE-SUPPORTED CLUSTER
01.07.2015
1. NCE Aquaculture
2. NCE Instrumentation
1
3. NCE Tourism
4. NCE Seafood Innovation Cluster
5. NCE Media
6. NCE Maritime CleanTech
7. NCE Culinology
2
8. NCE Eyde
9. NCE Micro-and NanoTechnology
10. NCE Smart Energy
11. NCE Systems Engineering Kongsberg
12. NCE Oslo Cancer Cluster
13. NCE Health Technology
14. NCE Raufoss
5
3/24/2016
4
3
5
6
14
13 12
11
7
9 10
8
GCE-SUPPORTED CLUSTER
01.07.2015
1. GCE Blue Maritime
2. GCE Subsea
3. GCE Node
1
2
3
6
3/24/2016
POLICY, FUNDING AND IMPLEMENTATION (2)
Funding and
instrutions
Funding and
instructions
Reporting
Implementation
Program management
7
Program advisory
board
Program support to the clusters
8
3/24/2016
CLUSTER ORGANIZATION
Cluster managers
Steering
Committee
Partnership
(partners and members
Hege Økland og Nils Aadland
Cluster
organisation
Maritime CleanTech
West
PROGRAM SUPPORT
Co-funding (50 %)
Advisory services
Knowledge and skills
Networking
Profiling
10
3/24/2016
PROGRAM SUPPORT – ADVISORY AND COMPETENCE SERVICES
Program Managers
Arena NCE/GCE
Contracts, strategic dialogues
Cluster advisors
IN Regional offices
Funding, daily follow-up
strategic dialogues,
sector projects
Training/workshops
R&D linkages
Regional
representatives
Infrastructure
Regional
representatives
Internationalisation –
strategies and projects
Sector experts
Knowledge and
learning
Offices abroad
REGIONAL CLUSTER ADVISORS
Mobilize/develop new initiatives
Financing and advisory services
for clusters supported by the
program
Regional development processes
Regional learning arenas
Support to the program
MAIN PROCEDURES AND EVENTS DURING THE YEAR
Q4
Strategic dialogues
Q1
Call for new clusters
Cluster Managers meetings
Norwegian Cluster Manager Forum
Q3
Kick-off seminar new clusters
Contracts and start-up
Feed-back meetings applicants
13
24.03.2016
Q2
Proposals evaluated
New clusters decided
ANNUAL REPORT 2014 –KEY FIGURES
Core companies: Significantly higher growth in sales
income and employees the first 3 years
658
Joint innovation projects
261
Joint intern. projects
1863 companies (net new: 159)
Each company: 14 new relations
428
Joint competence proj.
331 R&D-institutions
35 Cluster projects
EUR 16,5 mill. for co-financing of clusters
14
3/24/2016
EUR 3 mill. for program
support
MAIN LESSONS LEARNED
A cluster program must adapt to new needs
Annual strategic review > need for new instruments, new selection criterias,
leaner procedures, etc
Clear goals and targets throughout the whole program
Program goals, selection criteria, baseline indicators, outcome and impact
criteria must be consistent – and procedures must be transparent.
Program funding is not enought – A wider set of support services
is needed
Clusters must be a part of a learning arena
Clusters must be challenged
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CLUSTERS – HORIZON 2020
Strong focus on research and innovation
Arena for mobilisation of companies to Horizon 2020
Support easily available both within the clusters and through
«good helpers»
Innovation Norway plan to support Horizon 2020 advisers that will
work within the clusters
16
3/24/2016
2016
Grażyna Buczyńska
Enterprise and Innovation Department
Cluster support measures
implemented by PARP
NORWAY GRANTS – GREEN INDUSTRY INNOVATION
PROGRAMME IN POLAND
Katowice, 17-18 March 2016
Cluster support 1/4
Active role in
shaping of the
Polish cluster
policy:
PARP is a partner in development of system
measures for cluster support
• founder of Polish Cluster Policy Group (2011-2012),
• co-author of the report Directions of Polish cluster policy until 2020,
• development of mechanisms for coordination of cluster support system,
• involvement in strategic planning and drafting operational documents,
• development of criteria and procedures for selection of Key National Clusters,
• collaboration with partner organizations.
Active role in
shaping cluster
policy on
European level:
Cluster support 2/4
Direct support for cluster management organisations
500 MM PLN:
2007-2014
1.64
MM
Wsparciecluster
bezpośredniesupport
(łączna wartość:instrument
511,34 mln zł):
Pilot
1.8
MM
Innovation Express
454
MM
Measure 5.1 IE OP
53.9
MM
5
projects
7
projects
Measure 1.4.3 EPD OP
55
projects
17
projects
Cluster support
3/4
Indirect support: 11.42 MM PLN
Training programme to promote clustering
5.76
MM
2007-2013
Promotion of clusters and clustering
134
K
„Polish clusters and cluster policy”
5.18
MM
Documentation for Key National Cluster Contest
and development of Cluster Management Standards
Cluster Inventory in Poland
324.25
K
Cluster suport
4/4
Building knowledge base and increasing cluster
awareness
PROMOTION
INFORMATION
DISSEMINATION
PUBLICATIONS
GUIDES
REPORTS
CONFERENCES
SEMINARS
EXPERT PANELS
INNOVATION PORTAL
CLUSTER MAP
INTERNATIONALISATION
SURVEYS AND STUDIES
EXHIBITIONS
PROMOTION
CATALOGUES
CLUSTER
BENCHMARKING
B2B
MATCHMAKING
EVALUATION
PROJECTS
ECONOMIC MISSIONS
WORKSHOPS
CONFERENCES
CROSS-SECTIONAL
ANALYSES
PARP w projektach miedzynarodowych
INNET (Networking of national / regional funding and
innovation organizations for the involvement of SMEs in
Technology-based innovation clusters in Europe) 20062009
6.FP
TACTICS (Transnational Alliance of Clusters
Towards Improved Cooperation Support )
2009-2012
CIP
NGPExcellence clusters – Cluster Excellence In the
Nordic Countries, Germany and Poland, 2010-2011
MIRRIS (Mobilizing institutional reforms for better
R&I systems/institutions in Europe) 2013-2016 7.FP
Results of the PARP’s activities
In 2007-2014 PARP:
 carried out 111 calls
 evaluated about 51.500 applications for financial support
 signed about 17.000 agreements for total amount of 8,8 bn
eur (36 mld PLN)
Entrepreneurs have received almost 70 bn (70 mld) PLN for
development.
PARP’s activities generate annually about 3% of total investment
expenditure.
Projects implemented by PARP created 5% increase of work place
number in supported companies.
Strategic cluster projects 2014-2016
CLUSTER
BENCHMARKING
2014
CRITERIA AND
PROCEDURES FOR
SELECTION OF KEY
NATIONAL CLUSTERS
2015
CLUSTER
MANAGEMENT
STANDRDS
2015
POLISH CLUSTERS
INVENTORY
2016
Key National Clusters (KNC)
The first edition of KNC Competition – May - June 2015
• 22 applications
• 7 KNC chosen:
INTERIZON Pomorski ICT Cluster - http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/25419
Polish Aluminium Cluster - http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/25393
Metal Cluster - http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/25343
Mazovia Cluster ICT - http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/25330
Aviation Valley - http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/25347
Green chemistry Cluster - http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/25363
Wschodni Klaster Budowlany – http://www.budowlanyklaster.pl
Cluster inventory outcomes*
General Cluster information
FAVOURABLE
CONDITIONS FOR R&D
ACTIVITIES
IDENTIFIED 134 CLUSTER (AND 106
POTENTIAL CLUSTERS)
658 PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED
DURING THE LAST 3 YEARS
(COMMON AND INDIVIDUAL)
48% OF CLUSTERS LOCATED IN 4
REGIONS: MAZOWIECKIE (13),
DOLNOSLĄSKIE (11),
WIELKOPOLSKIE (12), ŚLĄSKIE (28)
BUT… 61% OF CLUSTERS HAD NO
COMMON PROJECTS
IN EASTERN POLAND:
PODKARPACKIE (12) LUBELSKIE (11)
– RESULT OF SUPPORT WITHIN
EPDOP
69% OF CLUSTERS HAVE THE
DOCUMENTED STRATEGY OF
DEVELOPMENT
NUMBER OF CLUSTERS MEMBERS:
5868, INCL. 4578 COMPANIES
CLUSTERS DECLARE HAVING OWN
INFRASTRUCTURE OR ACCESS TO
EXTERNAL PARTNERS
INFRASTRUCTURE
CLUSTERS REPRESENT 28 SECTORS:
ICT, ENERGY AND RENEWABLE
ENERGY SOURCES, BUILDING,
MEDICINE AND TOURISM
73% OF COORDINATORS OFFER
THEIR CLUSTER PARTICIPANTS
VARIUS TYPES OF SERVICES
INTERNATIONALISATION
47% OF CLUSTERS DECLARE
COOPERATION WITH FOREIGN
PARTNERS
29%CLUSTERS PARTICIPATE IN
INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS,
CLUSTER ASSOCIATIONS AND/OR
INDUSTRY ORGANISATIONS
COUNTRIES OF CLUSTER FOREIGN
PARTNERS: GERMANY (50), SPAIN
(18), SWEDEN (17), AUSTRIA (16),
FRANCE (15), OTHERS
* Based on: Polish Cluster inventory Report 2015, PARP, 2016 Innovation Portal
Cluster Management Standards
Section
1. Organisation
2. Resources
3. Processes
4. Services for cluster members
5. External collaboration
Subsection
1.1. Organisational structure
1.2. Strategy plan
2.1. Financial resources
2.2. Infrastructure
2.3. Human resources and know-how
3.1. Marketing
3.2. Internal communication
3.3. Cluster growth
3.4. Smart growth compliance
4.1. External funding
4.2. R&D, innovation and technology transfer
4.3. Market development
4.4. Experience exchange, networking, matchmaking
4.5. Human capital development
4.6. Internationalisation
5.1. Collaboration with regional authorities
5.2. Collaboration with scientific and business support organisations
5.3. Collaboration with other cluster coordinators
5.4. Corporate visibility and recognition
Key National Cluster (KNC) - evaluation criteria
I
II
III
IV
• Fields (3)
Cluster potential
to implement the
Strategic governancestrategy
(cluster strategy)
• Subfields (6)
• Criteria (12)
• Indicators (34)
Cluster development
potential (achievements
and experiences)
1: Cluster management
Formal
criteria
2nd Stage
criteria
(Expert
Panel)
1st Stage
criteria
2: Cluster economic potential , innovation performance and
international competitiveness
3. External collaboration
Additional
criteria
4. Cluster internationalization
5. Cluster economic impact
6. Cluster development strategy
Internationalization of KNC
Measure 2.3.3 ID OP
Aim of the Measure:
 Growth of internationalization of companies – KNC participants
Subject of the support:
 cofinancing including consulting service
Type of service:
 support to put on the foreign markets clusters’ or cluster members’ foreign offers,
including high-tech products;
 concerning cluster members activity on the internationalization area, network creation,
knowledge exchange with foreign partners, international cooperation, increasing of
cluster recognition on the international markets.
Budget of the Measure and financing level
 Budget of the Measure: 33 250 000 euro (133 000 000 PLN)
 Value of eligible costs of the project:
 min. 500.000 PLN
 max. 6 mln PLN
 Own contribution:
 min. 50% of part for cluster coordinator (public aid)
 15% - 50% of part for KNC member (de minimis aid)
 Deadline for applicants: 9th of December 2016
PARP IN NEW Operational Programmes
2014-2020
Intelligent Development OP
1,94 bn eur
Eastern Poland OP
1,64 bn eur
Knowledge Education Development OP
90 bn eur
Financial instruments for companies and clusters 2015-2020
SME Internationalization
Internationalization of Key National
Clusters
Advisory in the field of new
business model development
and implementation for
company based on
internationalization
Support for projects aim at growth of
business innovativeness and
competitiveness – KNC members on international markets.
Allocation: 115,05 mln eur
Allocation: 33,25 mln eur
Support of SMEs in promotion of product
brands Go to Brand.PL
Implementation of innovations by SMEs cluster members
For SMEs having innovative product/service,
leading export activities, R+D activities and/or
implementing innovative solutions.
Support for projects developing innovative
(on national level) products or services
through implementation of own or vested
R&D results
Allocation: 100 mln eur
Allocation: 100,05 mln eur
Schedule for applicants 2016
http://www.funduszeeuropejskie.gov.pl/media.pdf
http://www.parp.gov.pl/rok-2016-2
2016
Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP)
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