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Funding

The Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call is supported by the Eureka countries listed here. Each participating funding body may apply eligibility criteria based on their national regulations. Applicants are strongly advised to contact their funding body, prior to submitting their application, to discuss their project idea and check the national eligibility criteria which would apply to their participation in the project.

Click on the country name for more information:

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

In addition to the Eureka application, the Austrian participants have to submit a separate national full project proposal including the Eureka application. Project applications must be submitted online via FFG eCall before 30 September 2022, 17:00 CET.

Eureka projects can be submitted for funding to the General Programme (Basisprogramm) of FFG.

Eligible costs and funding rates

All companies registered in Austria are eligible for funding in General Programme. Universities and research centers can be subcontracted. The project must fulfil the national criteria. The evaluation of the Austrian project part is carried out by internal experts at FFG.

General Programme provides grants for Austrian companies participating in Eureka projects:

  • Up to 60% of the eligible costs for small companies
  • Up to 50% of the eligible costs for medium-sized companies
  • Up to 50% of the eligible costs for large companies (mix of grants and loans)

There is no dedicated budget at FFG for this call. Funding in Austria is provided on an annual basis only, therefore follow-on applications must be submitted for the max. duration of 3 years. Mapping other funding programmes, e.g., https://www.ffg.at/thematische-programme is possible.

Before project submission, it is important to contact the Eureka NPC at FFG.

Additional documents required Full national application
Contact person

Michael Walch
Eureka NPC
michael.walch@ffg.at
+43 5 7755 4901

Belgium - Flanders (VLAIO)
Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

All companies registered in Flanders are eligible for funding. Universities and research centres can only be funded as subcontractors to companies (the company has to pay for the non-funded part).

The company must have a sustainable business model with valorisation in the Flemish region.

Eligible costs and funding rates

Funding rates are depending on the type of research (research project versus development project), the type of the organisation and of the type of partnership.

The funding provided by VLAIO are grants:

  • Research projects: min. 50% – max. 60%
  • Development projects: min. 25% – max. 50%
  • Base funding: 50% (research) or 25% (development)
  • 10% additional funding when none of the partners in the (international) consortium has more than 70% of the project budget
  • 10% extra funding for medium enterprises, 20% extra funding for small enterprises
  • Eligible costs are personnel cost, direct & indirect cost, subcontracting.
Additional documents required

In addition to the Eureka Project Application Form, partners from Flanders have to submit an application to VLAIO by 10 Nov 2022.

We strongly advise Flemish partners to contact VLAIO for a pre-check of their project ideas.

All information about the Flemish funding programs & online submission form:

Contact person

Francis Deprez
francis.deprez@vlaio.be
+32 2 432 43 01

Frederik De Vusser
frederik.devusser@vlaio.be
+32 432 42 98

More info on VLAIO website on Eureka networks:
https://www.vlaio.be/nl/subsidies-financiering/subsidies-voor-ooi-een-internationaal-consortium/netwerken/eureka

Belgium - Brussels
Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

In addition to the Eureka application, the Belgian, Brussels based participants (companies and RTO’s) have to submit a separate project proposal including the Eureka application. Project applications must be submitted one month after the full Project proposal of the Sustainability call 2022.

Eureka projects can be submitted for funding to the R&D Programme of Innoviris. (Industrial research or Experimental development).

Rules, procedures, and other criteria:
https://innoviris.brussels/program/rd-projects

Eligible costs and funding rates

Eligible costs are:

  • Staff costs;
  • Operating costs (costs directly linked to the implementation of the project);
  • Costs for instruments and equipment;
  • Costs of contract research, knowledge, and patents;
  • General costs (10% of other operating costs and salaried staff costs)

Funding rates depend on the size and nature of R&D project and participant.

  • Small enterprises up to 80% of the budget
  • Medium-sized enterprises up to 75% of the budget
  • Large enterprises up to 65% of the budget

Research and Technology organizations (RTO’s) will be funded at 100%.

Before project submission, it is important to contact the Eureka NPC at Innoviris

Additional documents required

Full regional application

Contact person

Stijn Maas, Eureka NPC – Innoviris
smaas@innoviris.brussels
+ 32 490 524942

Budget Budget: 1 million Euros
Specific National rules

In Canada this call for proposals is offered through the National Research Council of Canada's Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP)

NRC IRAP funding is available only for eligible Canadian small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); see Financial support for technology innovation through NRC IRAP (canada.ca).

Project participants who are not eligible for funding are welcome to participate on a self-funded basis.

For the Canadian funding eligibility criteria specific to this call for proposals, please consult the NRC IRAP International Opportunities Webpage

Canadian SME applicants must be eligible for funding as NRC IRAP clients before they can be considered for funding through this call for proposals. For more information on NRC IRAP eligibility and becoming an NRC IRAP client, please contact NRC IRAP at 1-877-994-4727.

Eligible costs and funding rates

NRC IRAP provides eligible Canadian SMEs with advisory services and funding support for research and development (R&D) costs resulting from participating in an international collaborative project.

NRC IRAP may cover up to 50% of project costs for eligible SMEs.

The funding is a non-repayable contribution against approved work completed and invoiced.

Additional documents required Once projects have been Labelled by this call for proposals, Canadian SMEs eligible for NRC IRAP funding will have to submit a NRC IRAP funding application.
Contact person

Eric Holdrinet
National Program Coordinator, NRC IRAP
Eric.Holdrinet@cnrc-nrc.gc.ca
+1.514.882.9384

Recordings National webinar Canada (English session)

National webinar Canada and Ireland (English)

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Xavier Priem | Eureka Cluster CELTIC-NEXT

Presentation on eligibility criteria
and funding outlook

By Eric Holdrinet | NRC IRAP

Recordings National webinar Canada (French session)

National webinar Canada (French)

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Xavier Priem | Eureka Cluster CELTIC-NEXT

Presentation on eligibility criteria
and funding outlook

By Eric Holdrinet | NRC IRAP

Budget Budget: 1 million Euros
Specific National rules
  • IFD funds projects with at least one Danish industrial partner. IFD can, however, fund all types of partners and encourage universities, research organisations, hospitals, other relevant organisations and large enterprises as well as SMEs to participate in the Call.
  • IFD can fund from €50.000 to €500.000 to Danish partners in a project.
  • In international projects IFD only fund Danish organisations participating as partners or coordinators if their project activities take place in Denmark. Subcontracting to Danish or foreign organisations can to a limited extend take place if declared in the application or later approved by IFD.

National annexes

  • The contribution of each partners (Danish and foreign) to every work package must be explained in the application or in an annex send to IFD.
  • IFD requires Danish applicants to include CVs of all principal investigators from each of the lead persons/participating organisations (Danish and Foreign) as well as and indication to their engagement in the project collocated as Full time equivalent of months.
Eligible costs and funding rates

Guidelines for International projects funded by IFD are being revised, and will be published the 26. February.

Funding rates will follows the funding rates for IFDs Grand Solutions programme.

Additional documents required Each Danish applicant must upload the EUREKA application with annexes in the national e-grant system. No further national application is required. IFD will shortly after the call deadline via e-grant invite each Danish applicant to upload the application on a dedicated filing number.
Contact persons

Jens Peter Vittrup
jens.peter.vittrup@innofond.dk
+45 6190 5032

Erik Bech Jakobsen
erik.bech.jakobsen@innofond.dk
+45 6190 5032

Recordings National webinar Denmark

National webinar Denmark, Finland and Sweden

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Nadja Rohrbach | Eureka Cluster Xecs

Presentation on Danish funding conditions and networks

By Jens Peter Vittrup | Innovation Fund Denmark
Juliette Forneris | Danish Technological Institute

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

The general Business Finland eligibility criteria and rules for funding apply for this call (https://www.businessfinland.fi/en/for-finnish-customers/services/funding).
Different rules apply for small and medium-sized enterprises, midcap companies (large companies with turnover < 300 M€), large companies, and research organisations. The impact of the international cooperation should be clear, and the participating companies should have a credible internationalization plan and business goals including export targets. If public research organisations are involved in a Co-innovation project, there must also be at least three companies, at least two of which apply for Business Finland funding. The applicants will be advised in detail about the applicable rules by Business Finland contact persons prior to submitting the Eureka application.

Eligible costs and funding rates

Funding from Business Finland is intended for challenging and innovative research, development and innovation projects. For more information on eligible costs and funding rates, please see https://www.businessfinland.fi/en/for-finnish-customers/services/funding and, for example, https://www.businessfinland.fi/en/for-finnish-customers/services/funding/research-and-development/research-development-and-piloting thereunder.

Additional documents required For applications passing stage 1 evaluation, the Finnish consortium partners seeking funding from Business Finland will need to submit a national application. Business Finland will give detailed advice including guidance on timetables for the national applications, when contacted by the applicants. The national application is submitted through Business Finland on-line service.
Contact persons

Mr Tom Warras
Eureka NPC
tom.warras@businessfinland.fi
+358505577839

Mr Kari Leino (Green ICT)
Eureka NPC
kari.leino@businessfinland.fi
+358505577698

Mr Heikki Uusi-Honko
Eureka NPC
heikki.uusi-honko@businessfinland.fi
+358505577825

Recordings National webinar Finland

National webinar Denmark, Finland and Sweden

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Nadja Rohrbach | Eureka Cluster Xecs

Presentation on national funding conditions Finland

By Heikki Uusi-Honko | Business Finland

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

In Hungary, there is a special support programme that co-finances the Hungarian Eureka project participants, including cluster and network project participants. The Hungarian Eureka Programme has a special budget of 500 million HUF (cca. 1,4 million EUR) in 2022. The application is accepted also in case of Eureka project proposals and not only with endorsed projects, however the contracts will be concluded with the National Research, Development and Innovation Office as Funding Agency only if the project gets the Eureka label. The evaluation procedure lasts 2-3 months with the involvement of independent technical and economic experts. In the support programme application of SMEs, large companies, universities and research institutions are accepted, however the public financed institutions need an industrial partner in order to be eligible.

Eligible costs and funding rates
Funding Rates Industrial research Experimental Development
Micro or small enterprise Up to 80% up to 60%
Medium-sized enterprise Up to 75% up to 50%
Large enterprise Up to 65% Up to 40%
RTO/University Up to 100% Up to 100%

The max. funding amount per project is 70 million HUF (cca. 200.000 EUR)

Additional documents required

National full project proposal (the Hungarian supporting call for Eureka in 2022 will be available soon)

Contact person

Gergely Mészáros
Eureka NPC, National Research, Development and Innovation (NRDI) Office
gergely.meszaros@nkfih.gov.hu
+36 1 896 3741

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

In Ireland, following labelling of successful proposals by Eureka, eligible participants can submit a project application to a national funding agency such as Enterprise Ireland, IDA Ireland or Údarás. It is important to note that a successful application to Eureka does not guarantee funding by a national agency. Participants from Ireland are strongly advised to discuss applications with their national agency contact prior to submission to EUREKA.

Enterprise Ireland funding for client companies:

  • A client company of Enterprise Ireland (EI) that is part of a successful application can be supported by the Agile Fund or the R&D Fund (depending on the size of the budget request – Agile <300K, R&D Fund >300K), following approval/labelling by Eureka.
  • Enterprise Ireland's Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) Funding Supports - Enterprise Ireland (enterprise-ireland.com)
  • The company will need to qualify for this funding based on national criteria and will require the support of its EI Development Advisor to bring the funding application to committee. For example, any company applying for R&D Fund will need to be EBITDA positive for 9 consecutive months prior to any approval.
  • N.B. Client companies of EI that are classified as 'High Potential Start-Up' (HPSU) are not normally eligible.
  • Funding available to IDA Ireland and Údarás clients can vary and exact levels should be confirmed with the company contact.

Enterprise Ireland funding for RPOs and 3rd Level Institutions:

  • RPOs and 3rd level institution that are part of a successful application can be supported by the International Research Fund (IRF).
  • International Research Fund (IR) Forms and Templates - Enterprise Ireland (enterprise-ireland.com)
  • The RPO and/or 3 rd level institution will need to qualify for this funding based on national criteria and will need the support of the EUREKA national contact point in Ireland to bring the funding application to committee.
  • RPOs and 3rd level institutions can only qualify for funding in Ireland as part of a consortium that includes a company partner based in Ireland. Funding is not available for RPOs or 3rd level institutions without a company partner in Ireland.
Eligible costs and funding rates
  • Grant funding to companies is provided on a scale, depending on company size and can reach a max of 50% of eligible expenditure. Funds are claimed on a retrospective basis.
  • Details of eligible costs and exact funding rates are available here: Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) Fund - Enterprise Ireland (enterprise-ireland.com) but must be confirmed with the company Development Advisor in advance of any application to EUREKA.
  • Funding to 3rd level institutions is provided as a 100% grant of eligible expenditure up to the value of €250,000 (excluding overhead).
Additional documents required Full national application and supporting documents as required by national funding agency. National applications are only accepted following labelling of successful projects by Eureka.
Contact person

David Flood
Senior Executive
R&I Internationalisation
David.flood@enterprise-ireland.com
+353 (0)86 8372832

Recordings National webinar Ireland

National webinar Canada and Ireland

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Xavier Priem | Eureka Cluster CELTIC-NEXT

Presentation on eligibility criteria
and funding outlook

By David Flood | Enterprise Ireland

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules
  • Undertaking in difficulty: "Undertakings that are subject to an outstanding recovery order following a previous Commission decision declaring an aid illegal and incompatible with the internal market (article 1(4) of the European Regulation 651/2014), as well as undertakings that can be qualified as undertakings in difficulty (Article 2 (18) of Regulation 651/2014), are excluded from receiving aid.
  • Innovation: Applicants should aim at developing competitive advantages on their market and explain the innovation with respect to the state of the art.
  • Economic impact: Applicants have to explain the expected return on investment if the project is successful.
  • Financial capacity: Applicants need to demonstrate the availability of funds to launch their projects and ensure the liquidity over the project duration and the existence of means to exploit the project
  • Incentive effect: No aid can be granted if the project can be carried out in the same way without aid.
  • Scheme specific criteria also apply
Eligible costs and funding rates Luxembourg funding table
Additional documents required
  • Organization chart
  • Annual accounts
  • Bank statement
  • CCSS certificate
  • Authorization of establishment
  • Other documents deemed useful
Contact person

Mr. Alexander Link
Eureka National Project Coordinator (NPC) - Luxembourg
alexander.link@luxinnovation.lu
+352 43 62 63 – 864

Ms. Elisabeth Frisch
Eureka Project Officer - Luxembourg
Elisabeth.frisch@luxinnovation.lu
+352 43 62 63 – 883

Recordings National webinar Luxembourg

The full recording of the National webinar Luxembourg can be found here.

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

Portuguese entities participating in project applications that have been awarded the Cluster Label will be eligible to apply to a national call for funding - “Projetos de I&D Industrial à Escala Europeia”, in the framework of Portugal 2030, the multiannual funding framework programme (expected to be published on the second semester 2022).

All Information about the national funding programme will be available soon at: https://www.ani.pt/pt/promo%C3%A7%C3%A3o-internacional/redes-internacionais/eureka-eurostars/.

Important note: All information herein mentioned refers to rules and documents applicable under Portugal 2020. They are to be confirmed in the future call for funding applicable under Portugal 2030.

Maximum project duration: 36 months.

The project must fall within the priority areas of the national or regional Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialization (RIS3).

Important reference documents:
RECI – Specific Regulation for the competitiveness and Internationalisation domain, which stipulates the framework and general funding rates for applied R&D projects in Portugal under PT2020 (articles 59 to 80).

Eligible entities:
Eligible participants: All companies, universities, research centres and other R&D institutions from all geographic regions from Continental Portugal (Norte, Centro, Lisboa, Alentejo and Algarve) are eligible for funding.

The national consortium must integrate at least one company.

Mandatory "Financial autonomy ratios":
The Portuguese companies need to comply with the following financial autonomy ratios (Annex G” of RECI ):

For SME: 15% financial autonomy ratio.

For Large company: 20% financial autonomy ratio.

Companies that have been active for less than one year at the date of the application, must demonstrate the capacity to finance the project with equity, equal to or greater than 20% of eligible costs.

Eligible costs and funding rates

Form, amount and limits of the incentive:
Please check article 70 of RECI.

Form of public funding
For companies: grant, up to M€ 1, per beneficiary; reimbursable funding on the exceeding amount over M€ 1.

For Universities and research organisations: grant

Co-Funding rates:
Please check the co-funding rates for eligible costs at article 71 of RECI.

For SME:from 45% to 85% of project costs for Micro and Small companies, and from 35% to 75% for medium companies.

For Large company:from 25% to 65% of project costs for large companies.

For Universities and research organisations: 75% of project costs for universities or research organisations (or the weighted average of the companies funding percentage, when higher than 75%), provided that such cooperation does not involve indirect State Aid for beneficiary companies.

The exact funding percentage depends on the national consortium collaboration, the wide dissemination of project results and whether your project activities fall into the category of industrial research or experimental development.

Project costs in the Lisbon region (according to NUTS II) can receive funding of up to 50% of eligible costs.

Eligible costs:
Please check article 72 of RECI.

R&D direct costs that fall into the category of industrial research or experimental development plus the application of a flat rate of 25% of direct eligible costs.

Inegible costs:
Please check article 72 of RECI.

Additional documents required

After being awarded with the Cluster call label, Portuguese entities must submit a separate national proposal complying with the national call for projects specific access conditions.

As annexes to the national application, the Portuguese entities must add:

  • Original Eureka labelled application
  • Evaluation report from the Eureka Cluster's Call experts
  • Eureka label awarding document
  • Technical annex
  • Draft of the International Consortium Agreement
Contact persons

Rita Silva
rita.silva@ani.pt
+351 939 339 003

Margarida Oliveira
margarida.oliveira@ani.pt
+351 910111619

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

To qualify for support, the applicant must fulfil ALL of the following:

  • Be a business entity that is registered and physically present in Singapore;
  • ≥ 30% local equity held directly or indirectly by Singaporean(s) / Singapore PR(s), determined by the ultimate individual ownership;
  • Be financially able to see a project through to completion.
Eligible costs and funding rates

Under this programme, Enterprise Singapore will support up to 70% of the Singapore company's total qualifying project costs.

Additional documents required Project outline stage

Project consortiums should jointly submit their Project Outline on the Accelerating Sustainability Call portal by 2 May 2022, 2359 SGT (GMT+8).

In parallel, Singapore companies should initiate early consultations with ESG by submitting an interest form here. Following consultations, eligible companies will be notified to submit the following documents via email by the call deadline:

  • Preliminary assessment form
  • Budget template
FPP submission stage

Singapore applicants that pass the PO evaluation stage will be notified to submit the following documents by 30 September 2022:

  • CIP Funding Application
  • Full Project Proposal

Contact person

Ms Celia Zheng
Celia_Zheng@enterprisesg.gov.sg

Recordings National webinar Singapore

National webinar Singapore

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Zeynep Sarılar | Eureka Cluster ITEA

Presentation on eligibility requirements

By Jan Rubiano | Enterprise Singapore

Presentation on partner search resources

By Alvin How | IPI Singapore

Presentation on Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022 Brokerage tool

By Loes van den Borne | Eureka Clusters representative

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules Funding is only be available to registered companies and SMEs as per South African definition. Science Councils and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are also eligible to apply and should collaborate with SMEs as partners.
Eligible costs and funding rates

Each project will go through a financial negotiation process with the national funding body, (DSI ) to finalise the exact percentage funding . The funding will be transferred in tranches in accordance with the project duration. Co-funding between the SA participants and the DSI to be as follows:

  • SMEs - Up to 75%
  • Science Councils and Universities – up to 90%
  • Large Companies - Up to 50%
Additional documents required To be considered for national funding the applicant will be required to complete a national funding application form within 7 working days after closing of the EUREKA call. The application can be obtained at the following website:
https://esastap.org.za/applications/
Contact persons

Mr. Toto Matshediso
Toto.matshediso@dst.gov.za ; contact@esastap.org.za
+276096554077

Ms Karabo Mphogo
karabo.mphogo@dst.gov.za ; contact@esastap.org.za
+2760 884 8774

Recordings National webinar South Africa

National webinar South Africa

Full recording

Welcome speech

By Toto Matshediso | | ESASTAP

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Sinem Altuncu | Eureka Cluster Eurogia

Presentation ESASTAP and DSI Instruments

By Karabo Mphogo | ESASTAP

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Brokerage tools

By Niccolò Cividini | Eureka Cluster Eurogia

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

Funding is eligible for industrial research and/or technological development activities of Korean companies (large enterprise, SME), universities and research institutes.

However, at least 1 private company should be included in the Korean consortium.

All participating companies should be in operation for more than one year based on the date indicated on the Business Registration Certificate, and have the ‘Corporate R&D Centre Accreditation’ from KOITA (Korea Industrial Technology Association).

Eligible costs and funding rates

Project funding is comprised of government contributions and civilian dues (cash and in-kind).

The government contribution (funding) is in the form of grants. The funding size is up to 500 Million Korean Won (approximately 370,000 Euros) per project per year, and the project duration should be 36 months or less.

The amount of government contributions will vary depending on the type of funding beneficiaries and project in accordance with Article 24(Funding criteria) and Article 25 (Civilian dues) of the Common Operational Regulations for the Industrial Technology Innovation Programs in Korea. (ref. www.k-pass.kr)

The government funding rates and civilian dues by the funding beneficiaries are as follow;

Classification Share of government contributions Minimum required share of Cash from the civilian dues
Large company Up to 33% At least 60%
Mid-tier company Up to 50% At least 50%
SME Up to 67% At least 40%
Other (non-profit) Up to 100% Only if necessary

* Company classification is followed by the relevant Korean Law

For detailed information on the eligibility criteria and funding rates, please refer to KIAT website (Call announcement) : www.kiat.or.kr

Additional documents required

Korean consortium should submit its national application via K-PASS system (online).

National submission on the K -PASS system is mandatory.

For detailed information on the national application submission deadline and procedure, please refer to KIAT website (Call announcement) : www.kiat.or.kr

Contact person

Jason (Joosuk) KANG
Eureka NPC
kangjs@kiat.or.kr
+32 2 431 0591

Inyoung YOO
Eureka Deputy NCP
europe1@kiat.or.kr
+32 2 431 0594

Hyelim KIM
Eureka Deputy NCP
limkim@kiat.or.kr
+82 2 6009 3210

Recordings National webinar South Korea

National webinar South Korea

Full recording

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

CDTI will finance industrial research and/or technological development activities of Spanish companies. Universities and research centers could take part as subcontractors. It is mandatory that project activities do not start before submitting the funding applications to CDTI. For further information, please contact CDTI.

Eligible costs and funding rates

Funding conditions for Spanish partners may vary depending on the nature of the project and the beneficiaries. For all the details, please access:
https://www.cdti.es/index.asp?MP=100&MS=802&MN=2

Additional documents required Spanish participants will have to submit a formal R&D international project aid application through CDTI’s website (https://sede.cdti.gob.es/) including the Eureka Cluster project form. Additional documents in Spanish language, containing detailed information on the Spanish participants, could be requested depending on the specific type of funding requested by the company.
Contact person

Óscar Fernández Moyano
oscar.fernandez@cdti.es

Recordings National webinar Spain

National webinar Spain

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Patricia Tames Ortega | Eureka Cluster SMART

Presentation on eligibility criteria
and funding outlook

By Óscar Fernández Moyano | CDTI

Presentation on Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022 Brokerage tool

By Aritz Arteche | Eureka Cluster SMART

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

What do we assess?

  • The Swedish consortium shall be industry-driven with a good balance between large companies, SMEs and academia / research institutes
  • The effort from the participating companies must be at least 60 percent of the Swedish consortium's total work effort. At least one Swedish SME must participate in the project
  • Swedish SMEs must have at least 1.0 million SEK in net sales according to the latest annual report and a number of employees that corresponds to at least three full-time equivalents
Details are provided in the following document:
call-for-proposals-eureka-cluster.pdf (vinnova.se)
Eligible costs and funding rates

How large are our grants in the Sustainability call 2022?

  • Up to 10 millions SEK per project
  • Funding rates
    • SMEs: Maximum 50% of their eligible costs
      • Large Enterprises: Maximum 30% of their eligible costs
      • Universities and research institutes: Up to 100% of their eligible costs
  • The maximum funding from Vinnova is 50% of total budget of the eligible costs for all the participating Swedish organisations.
Details are provided in the following document:
call-for-proposals-eureka-cluster.pdf (vinnova.se)
Additional documents required Requirements are according to what will be published on the website when the call is open. The call was announced and will be completed with needed details.
Accelerera Hållbarhet-Eureka cluster call for proposals | Vinnova
Contact person

Tove Jaensson
Call manager
tove.jaensson@vinnova.se
+46 8 473 30 57

Frédéric Pillot
Call manager
frederic.pillot@vinnova.se
+46 8 473 32 01

Recordings National webinar Sweden

National webinar Denmark, Finland and Sweden

Full recording

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Nadja Rohrbach | Eureka Cluster Xecs

Presentation on Funding opportunities in Sweden

By Tove Jaensson and Frédéric Pillot | Vinnova

Budget Open budget
Specific National rules

All companies which were established in accordance with Turkish law (stock corporation) can directly apply for funding for their international projects. Universities and research organizations cannot directly be funded by TUBITAK but they can participate in as subcontractors.

Eligible costs and funding rates

Companies receive a certain percentage of their eligible costs as a grant in this call. There is no maximum or minimum limit to the budget of the project. The percentage of support is 60% for large companies and 75% for SMEs.

Additional documents required For further details please visit the National Programme link below that provides all needed information:.
https://www.tubitak.gov.tr/tr/destekler/sanayi/uluslararasi-ortakli-destek-programlari/icerik-1509-tubitak-uluslararasi-sanayi-ar-ge-projeleri-destekleme-programi
Contact persons

Umut Ege
Call manager
eureka@tubitak.gov.tr
+90 312 2981861

Ayda Kara Pektaş
Call manager
eureka@tubitak.gov.tr
+90 312 2981729

Recordings National webinar Turkey

National webinar Turkey

Full recording

Presentation on TÜBİTAK

By Prof. Dr. Hasan MANDAL | TÜBİTAK

Presentation Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022

By Sinem Altuncu | Eureka Cluster EUROGIA

Presentation on eligibility criteria and funding outlook

By Burcu Koç Haskılıç | TÜBİTAK

Presentation on Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022 Brokerage tool

By Zeynep Sarılar | Eureka Cluster ITEA

Budget £2 Milliont
Specific National rules

Following on from the labelling at the Outline Proposal stage, UK participants must complete the Innovate UK application. Details on the application will be published on our Funding Opportunities webpage in due course. https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/search

Eligible costs and funding rates

All registered businesses in the United Kingdom are eligible for funding under the following intervention rates:

Innovate UK provides grants for UK businesses participating in this call for projects:

  • Up to 70% of the eligible costs for small companies
  • Up to 60% of the eligible costs for medium-sized companies
  • Up to 50% of the eligible costs for large companies
  • Subcontract rate 30%

Universities and research organisations may participate but must be subcontracted. The evaluation of the United Kingdom project at Full Project Proposal stage is carried out by Innovate UK

Additional documents required United Kingdom Partner must submit an Innovate UK IFS Application in addition to the Full Project Proposal.
Contact person

Ben Morris
Eureka NPC
ben.morris@iuk.ukri.org
+44 7795 641 229

 

Germany may provide funding for excellent projects in the areas of Electronic Components and Systems (ECS); Communication Systems; Research on Production, Services and Work; Photonics and Quantum Technology; as well as Development of Digital Technologies and Applications. Amongst other topics, proposals on satellite-based environmental monitoring are particularly welcome, possibly with partners from Canada, Singapore or Sweden. Any other topic and country participation are welcome as well. Applicants are strongly advised to enquire on possible funding opportunities with the project management agency contacts provided here.

Partners from other Eureka countries, than the ones supporting this Call, or countries outside of Eureka can also participate, but funding must be secured by the partner within these countries.

National webinars open to all

To explain the eligibility criteria and funding outlook of each participating country in more detail and answer the questions you may have, National webinars are organised, open to all (potential) participants of the Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call 2022. At the Events webpage you can find the dates and access details of these webinars. All the sessions will be recorded, and the recordings will be shared on this page.