The new H2020 programme 2018-2020 supports, once again, research, demonstration, innovation and market-uptake actions across different low-carbon energy sectors, notably in the core priorities identified in the Energy Union Strategy.
The majority of activities included in the new work programme contribute to the focus area "Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future" which pools relevant activities across different work programmes with the objective to stimulate the development of solutions capable of achieving carbon neutrality and climate resilience. In addition, this work programme part also includes activities which contribute to the focus areas "Connecting economic and environmental gains – the Circular Economy" and co-funds activities of the focus areas "Digitising and transforming European industry and services" and "Boosting the effectiveness of the Security Union".
There are several opportunities which could benefit the heat pump sector. We have selected some interesting calls in which heat pumps can play a major role:
If you wish to have more information on the call for proposals please contact: