The European Commission has launched the final call for the Eco-Innovation Fund. This is not a brilliant fund as it only covers 50% of costs. But could be worth looking into if work is already being developed around this theme.
Funding body: European Commission
Overview: The Eco-Innovation initiative is designed to support projects on the first application or market replication of eco-innovative techniques, products, services or practices which have already been technically demonstrated with success but which, owing to residual risk, have not yet entered the market.
The priorities for this year’s call are:
• Materials Recycling;
• Sustainable Building Products;
• Food and Drink Sector;
• Water; and
• Greening businesses.
Budget: Grants for successful projects cover up to 50% of the eligible project costs, and this call has a total budget of €31 million.
An Information Day on the 2013 call is also taking place in Brussels on Monday 27 May. Registration can be done via the web page above.