Clean Energy Transition (CET)

CETPartnership Call 2022

Launch of the Call Fall 2022
Notification of accepted proposals
July 2023
Indicative Call budget of TA CR €2 450 000
Maximum amount per project:
Call Module within 1, 3, 5: no limitation
Call Module 7.1 within TRL 7: €175 000
Call Module 7.2 within TRL 7: €175 000
Maximum funding rate (intensity) per project: 85%
Applicants main applicant:
research organizations, enterprises
Website for Czech applicants:


Clean Energy Transition Call 2022 Pre-announcement
2. 8. 2022
– The CETPartnership Joint Call 2022 is the first annual co-funded call under the CETPartnership and is co-funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe Partnership scheme.  The…
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The CETPartnership Joint Call 2022 is structured around the joint call text and 11 Call modules, provided by the TRIs. The joint call text contains general information about the call, applying to all applicants. The Call modules describe specific topics and/or challenges that applicants shall address in their project proposal. Applicants must choose and apply to a specific call module when submitting their project proposal. Evaluation and ranking of the project proposals will be performed separately per Call module.

However, Czech applicants will be able to participate only in the following Call Modules:

TRI 1: Integrated Net-zero-emissions Energy System

Call Module 1.1: RESDemoPowerFlex
Call Module 1.2: PowerPlanningTools

TRI 3: Enabling Climate Neutrality with Storage Technologies, Renewable Fuels and CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) and CCU (Carbon Capture and Utilisation)

Call Module 3.1: Enabling Climate Neutrality with CCU/CCS
Call Module 3.2: Enabling Climate Neutrality with hydrogen and renewable fuels

TRI 5: Integrated Regional Energy Systems

Call Module 5.1: Integrated Regional Energy Systems for a Resilient, Secure, and Renewable Energy Supply

TRI 7: Integration in the Built Environment

Call Module 7.1: R&I in clean energy integration in the built environment
Call Module 7.2: Solutions to energy transition in the built environment

Participating countries

Belgium (FIO, SPW), Czech Republic (TA CR), Denmark (EUDP, IFD), Estonia (ETAg, MKM), Finland (BF), France (ANR, ADEME, RPL – Pays de la Loire), Ireland (GSI, SEAI), Iceland (RANNIS), Italy (MUR, MiSE), Israel (IMNIEWR), Cyprus (RIF), Lithuania (ENMIN), Latvia (LZP), Hungary (NKFIH), Malta (MCST), Germany (BMWK, MWIDE, SMWK – Saxony), Netherlands (NWO, RVO), Norway (RCN), Poland (NCBR), Portugal (FCT), Austria (FFG), Romania (UEFISCDI), Greece (GSRT), Scotland (SCOTENT), Spain (AEI, EVE, FICYT, CDTI, EUSKADI, SODERCAN), Sweden (SWEA), Switzerland (DETEC, SNSF), Turkey (TUBITAK)

General conditions for application

Project consortia must include at least three independent legal entities from at least three different countries participating in the CETPartnership Joint Call 2022, out of which at least two must be EU Member States or Horizon Europe Associated Countries. 

  • Applicants not asking for funding are welcome to participate in addition to the minimum consortium requirement. 
  •  Project consortia must fulfil the Call module specific requirements of what type of partners to involve. Please find any specific requirements within the respective Call module.  
  • Project proposals must be written in English and submitted to the CETPartnership Application System before the deadline.  
  • Designated proposal forms must be used.  
  • Applicants must be eligible for funding according to their Funding Partner’s national/regional requirements


CETPartnership Joint Call 2022 Infoday (online)13 September 2022

Electronic submission system

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About clean energy transition (cet) partnership

The Clean Energy Transition Partnership (CETPartnership) is a multilateral and strategic partnership of national and regional research, development and innovation (RDI) programmes in European Member States and Associated Countries with the aim to substantially support the implementation of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan). It will contribute to higher level European policy goals towards Stepping up EU 2030 Climate Ambitions and the New European Research Area with the ultimate objective to achieve a climate-neutral society by 2050. The CETPartnership will also address the strategies outlined in the latest EC communications e.g. A Clean Planet for all and the European Green Deal.

CETPartnership Mission

CETPartnership aims to empower the energy transition and contribute to the EU’s goal of becoming the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. It pools national and regional RDI funding for the broad variety of technologies and system solutions required to make this transition. CEPT envisions a transition driven by industry, public institutions, academia and citizens groups that will make Europe the front-runner in clean energy innovation and implementation.