Digital transformation for green energy transition
Launch of the Call December 14, 2020
Deadline for project outlines February 17, 2021
Deadline for full proposal submission May 6, 2021
Notification of accepted proposals November 2021
Indicative Call budget of TA CR € 1 000 000
Applicants research organizations and enterprises
Website for Czech applicants www.tacr.cz/soutez/enerdigit/call-2020-7/
TA CR Contact Person
+420 778 464 012
Webinar on EnerDigit Joint Call 2020
EnerDigit Joint Call 2020 (MICALL20) on digital transformation for green energy transition is open
ENERDIGIT JOINT CALL 2020 ON DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION FOR GREEN ENERGY TRANSITION
By accelerating the implementation, adaption and knowledge creation of digital solutions in energy systems and networks, this call supports the following objectives:
- Advance the green energy transition in all sectors of the energy system while ensuring security of supply
- Shaping new transnational business and investment opportunities by sector coupling and development of new value chains in innovative and cost-effective energy solutions, thereby creating new employment opportunities and contributing to the development of an environmentally sustainable financial growth
- Ensuring social sustainability and coherence with digitalisation in other sectors in the progression of the green energy transition
Austria (FFG), Czech Republic (TA CR), Denmark (EUDP), Finland (Business Finland), Germany (PtJ), India (DST), Israel (MOE), Latvia (VIAA), Morocco (IRESEN), Nordics and Baltics region (NER), Norway (RCN), Poland (NCBR), Romania (UEFISCDI), Scotland (SCOTENT), Spain (CDTI), Sweden (SWEA), Switzerland (DETEC-SFOE), Turkey (TÜBITAK)
General conditions for application
A two-step application procedure will be used in this call. Consortia are required to submit their registrations of interest and project proposals in English electronically. Instructions regarding the submission, eligibility, evaluation criteria and other relevant information can be found on the Joint Call official website.
To be eligible, research consortia must include at least two independent legal entities applying for funding from two different countries or funding agencies participating in the Joint Call 2020.
The Joint Programming Platform (JPP) ERA-Net Smart Energy Systems in collaboration with Mission Innovation (MI) offer two webinars for call applicants and interested parties to gain more information on the topic of the call, (formal) application requirements, timelines, networking and matchmaking opportunities for obtaining project partners, and benefits from becoming a member of the JPP SES community. The content of the two webinars will be similar. In the first part of the webinars, you will receive input from the ERA-Net SES Team, and the second part is reserved for questions from your side.
The following webinar-dates are available:
- 13 January 2021, 11:00-12:00 am CET
- 24 March 2021, 11:00-12:00 am CET
Please register here.
Partner search tools
ERA-NET SES operates an information and matchmaking platform where interested parties can look for suitable partners and link to so-called living labs and digital platform providers.
You can use also TA CR Partnering Tool.
Electronic submission system
Project outlines and proposals must be submitted electronically through The NordForsk Application Portal. The template for the project outline is going to be published on the Joint Call official website.
The full call text can be downloaded here.
Documents for Czech applicants are here in section “Dokumenty”. All documents proving the eligibility of the Czech applicant must be sent to TACR data box (ID: afth9xp) within the same deadline as the project registration of interest / full proposal.
Please fill in the subject line as: „Horizon2020 – EnerDigit Call 2020 – prokázání způsobilosti – akronym projektu“.
The Joint Call 2020 on digital transformation for green energy transition (“EnerDigit” or “MICall2020”) is a joint project between the European Joint Programming Platform ERA-Net Smart Energy Systems (JPP ERA-Net SES) and the global Mission Innovation Initiative. The aim is to support transnational research and innovation activities unleashing the potential of digital transformation for a sustainable energy society. The total available budget exceeds € 25 Mio (including co-funding from the European Commission).
EnerDigit has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No. 883973.