The Energy Technological Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP), supports projects with experimental development and testing of a technology, system or method under reality-like conditions and thereafter introducing it to market. EUDP offers funding for the development and/or demonstration of all types of energy technology contributing to the goals of the energy policy including: wind power, heating, energy efficiency, bioenergy, smart energy and system integration, and oil and gas. More information here.
The Environmental Technology Development Program (MUDP) supports the development of technologies, processes and/or services within environmental technology. MUDP supports projects within eight primary areas: Water, climate adjustment, circular economy and the reuse of resources in waste, cleaner air, less noise, fewer problematic chemicals, industrial environmental efforts, and ecological construction. More information here.
Grand Solutions (DK)
Innovation Fund Denmark offers co-financing for projects focusing is on research, technology, experimental development and/or market development. More information here.
Innobooster is a funding programme within Innovation Fund Denmark. The programme invests in promising ideas from small and medium-sized companies and start-ups. InnoBooster boosts great innovation ideas with clear and ambitious goals such as new products, services or improvement of a process to increase competitiveness. More information here.
Fyrtårn (Lighthouse) project is a demonstration project that establishes and demonstrates new environmental technology solutions at full scale. Projects typically involve several actors and help to foster cross-sectoral cooperation. Fyrtårn projects may combine several solutions and technologies and thus also demonstrate holistic solutions. More information here.
Green accelerator (DK)
Companies can apply for a grant from EKF in the form of an export alliance to be reimbursed up to 80% of the costs of preparatory work, e.g. consultancy, legal advice and expert assistance during the process. green projects abroad. Projects must also support the green transition or adaptation by being green, for example by reducing fossil fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions or promoting energy efficiency and resource efficiency. Projects can also address food or water shortages. More information here.
NOPEF establishment (NO)
Nopef offers Nordic green- and clean-tech companies financial support for feasibility study regarding establishment of subsidiary outside the EU/EFTA. Examples of the eligible costs that can be covered with Nopef grant are: internal salaries for project work, travel, accommodation, transport to/from/in the project country, legal/financial advice and external consultants. More information here.
NOPEF pilot project (NO)
Apart of establishment feasibility studies, Nopef also supports projects aiming at investments in commercial scale demonstration and pilot projects for green technologies or solutions. More information here.
Innovation Fund EU (EU)
Eurostars programme supports research-performing SMEs and individual scientist to develop innovative products, processes and services, to gain a competitive advantage. Eurostars provides funding for transnational innovation projects for rapid commercialisation. More information here.
Horizon Europe (EU)
Horizon Europe is an ambitious €100 billion research and innovation programme to succeed Horizon 2020 for the next programme period 2021-2027. Horizon Europe focuses on Research and Innovation Actions (RIA) and Innovation Actions (IA) on a broad range of digital, industrial and space technologies. Project proposals must reply to a specific topic in the calls announced. More information here.
The EU’s Innovation Fund is one of the world’s largest funding programmes for demonstration of innovative low-carbon technologies. The Innovation Fund focuses on innovative low-carbon technologies, carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), innovative renewable energy generation and storage. More information here.