There were 87 new schemes added last week with a total amount available of £37,421,420.
The amounts available range from £1,000 to £17,500,000.
Money is available for the following funding purposes: Buildings and Renovation, Business Growth, Business Innovation, Energy Efficiency, Overseas Markets Development, Purchasing Equipment, Recruit and Develop Staff and Starting a Business.
Money is available for the following business types: Large Business, Medium Business, Micro Business, Small Business and Start-ups.
Top 10 Funding Opportunities:
EIC Accelerator 2024 – Short Application
The accelerator programme aims to support companies to scale up high impact innovations with the potential to create new markets or disrupt existing ones.
Hydrogen Production and Integration in Energy-Intensive or Specialty Chemical Industries in a Circular Approach to Maximise Total Process Efficiency and Substance Utilisation
Projects funded under this topic should contribute to outcomes including contributing to the ambitious targets set by the European Commission within REpowerEU.
Demonstration of Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Inland or Short Sea Shipping
Under this topic, funded projects are expected to contribute to outcomes including reducing GHG and local emissions from waterborne transport in line with prevailing targets. At least one partner in the project consortium must be a member of either Hydrogen Europe or Hydrogen Europe Research.
Novel Large-Scale Aboveground Storage Solutions for Demand-Optimised Supply of Hydrogen
Projects funded under this topic are expected to contribute to outcomes including advancing the maturity of aboveground hydrogen storage solutions based on novel gaseous, on novel solid or liquid hydrogen carrier, or on novel hybrid storage solutions.
Development and Implementation of Online Monitoring and Diagnostic Tools for Electrolysers
Projects funded under this topic should contribute to outcomes including providing new product ideas and solutions addressing monitoring and diagnostics of electrolysis systems, including hardware and software.
Improved Characterisation, Prediction and Optimisation of Flame Stabilisation in High-Pressure Premixed Hydrogen Combustion at Gas-Turbine Conditions
Projects supported under this topic are expected to contribute to outcomes including the development of breakthrough technologies for DLE combustion systems able to burn 100% hydrogen at the most demanding operating conditions for the gas turbine.
Investigation of Microbial Interaction for Underground Hydrogen Porous Media Storage
Projects funded under this topic are expected to contribute to outcomes including generating multidisciplinary knowledge that leads to microbiome-based understanding as needed by the industry and associated actors.
Development of Non-Fluorinated Components for Fuel Cells and Electrolysers
Projects supported under this topic are expected to contribute to outcomes including the development of new non-fluorinated materials, for example, proton exchange membrane, reinforcement, and catalyst layer ionomer, paving the path to fluorine-free PEM fuel cells and/or electrolysers.
Defence Innovation Loans 2023/24 – Cycle 7
This scheme is providing loans with a below market interest rate of 7.4% per annum for SMEs to help them convert their mature defence innovation into a strong business proposition for defence procurement.
Competition: Rapid Detection of Toxic Gases – Phase 1
This competition is seeking proposals that identify and develop new technologies that can be used to detect a range of toxic gases in public areas.