Appels à projets européens / Ressources énergétiques et minières marines

Retrouvez ci-dessous les principaux appels à projets européens en lien avec le DAS 3 "Ressources énergétiques minières marines".

 

H2020 - Secure, clean and efficient energy

 

L'objectif de ces appels est de soutenir la recherche, l'expérimentation, l'innovation et la commercialisation dans les secteurs énergétiques à faible émission de carbone, identifiés dans la stratégie européenne de l'Union Energy.

Les projets attendus porteront sur la phase de développement de nouveaux produits et technologies à un niveau de TRL 3-4.

 

A propos

Budget alloué: Entre 1 et 10 millions d'euros suivant les appels

Consortium: Au moins 3 entités éligibles établies dans au moins 3 Etats membres différents.

Durée: Maximum 4 ans

Ouverture de l'appel: 05/05/2020

Date limite de dépôt: 01/09/2020 (10/09/2020 pour l'appel LC-SC3-EC-5-2020)

 

LC-SC3-RES-34-2020: Demonstration of innovative and sustainable hydropower solutions targeting unexplored small-scale hydropower potential in Central Asia

The challenge is to demonstrate innovative solutions targeting unexploited small-scale hydropower potential in Central Asia that will contribute to solve the particular cross-border water and energy management challenges in the region. Therefore, the hydropower technological solutions will need to be socio-economically and environmentally sustainable and embedded in a forward-looking cross-border Water/Food/Energy/Climate nexus concept for this region.

 

LC-SC3-NZE-6-2020: Geological Storage Pilots

The objective is to carry out the identification and geological characterisation of new prospective storage sites for CO2 (including the 3D architecture of the storage complex) in promising regions of future demonstration and deployment (onshore or offshore) through the implementation of new CO2 storage pilots.

This will result in new data, knowledge and detailed models of potential storage complexes and their response to dynamic pressurisation. Important aspects include (but are not limited to): detailed geological characterisation, including faults and facture systems; analysis of initial stress field and geomechanical behaviour of the storage formations and seals under varying stress and pore-pressure conditions; estimation of storage capacity; accurate modelling of injectivity; overall storage risk assessment, including induced seismicity and blow-out or blockage during injection, and including proposed mitigation action. 

 

LC-SC3-RES-20-2020: Efficient combination of concentrated Solar Power and desalination (with particular focus on the Gulf Cooperation Council region)

Several arid and semi-arid regions of the world are highly dependent on desalination and the demand for desalination is projected to grow. Many of these regions have also an abundant solar resource, which is suitable for the application of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP). Several technical aspects need to be addressed to match the thermal cycle of a CSP plant to the energy needs of a desalination system in an effective way.

 

LC-SC3-EC-5-2020: Supporting public authorities in driving the energy transition

Local and regional public authorities have a crucial role in setting ambitious energy efficiency strategies, for instance in the framework of the Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy and Smart Cities & Communities or the Clean Energy for EU islands initiative. The political commitment at local level should be enhanced and the focus should turn to implementation and effective monitoring of concrete energy efficiency solutions and actions, which can contribute to modernise and decarbonise the European economy. Synergies should be sought, whenever possible, with local and regional air quality plans and air pollution control programmes to reduce costs since these plans rely to a large extent on similar measures and actions.

 

 

 

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