EWEA seminar on Horizon 2020 first energy call
12th December 2013
EWEA offices, 80 rue d’Arlon, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
The new EU research programme, Horizon 2020, which kicks off in January 2014, will introduce many novelties compared to the previous Framework Programme and create new opportunities for wind industry R&D:
- The focus will shift to closer to market research activities (such as development and demonstration)
- Energy calls will be broader and in 2-year work programmes.
- The energy research budget is significantly increased.
The first call for project proposals should be published already in December 2013.
The objective of this seminar is to prepare and encourage EWEA members to participate actively in Horizon 2020 energy call.
Participation is open to EWEA members. There is no charge to attend.
|09.00-09.30||Registration and coffee|
Justin Wilkes, Deputy-CEO, EWEA
|09.35-09.50||Horizon 2020 and the EU energy policy
Paul Verhoef, Head of unit New and renewable energy sources, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission
|09.50-10.05||European Wind Initiative: wind technology R&D needs
Vilma Radvilaite, EWEA Regulatory Affairs Advisor on EU Budget & Research
|10.05-11.00||Possibilities for wind energy projects in the Horizon 2020 programme Matthijs Soede, Research Programme Officer, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission Matthieu Craye, Policy Officer, DG Energy, European Commission|
|11.30-12.00||Procedures, applications, financing rules and other technical details and requirements of the call for energy in Horizon 2020
Matthijs Soede, Research Programme Officer, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission
|12.00-12.20||Horizon 2020 from research institute and evaluator point of view
Hannele Holttinen, Principal Scientist, Research Coordinator (wind, solar and energy systems) at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
|12.20-13.00||Q&A and discussion|
If you have any questions regarding EWEA Horizon 2020 seminar please contact Vilma Radvilaite: Vilma.Radvilaite@ewea.org