Five Research and Innovation Actions (RIA), seven Innovation Actions (four Demonstration Actions and three Flagship Actions), and four Coordination and Support Actions (CSA) are called for across the 16 topics, ranging from efficient processing of biomass feedstock supply to bringing bio-based products to the market.
This year’s Flagship topics, with a combined maximum budget of €47 million, are:
- F1 – Valorise the organic fraction of municipal solid waste through an integrated – biorefinery at commercial level. Budget: maximum of €15 million.
- F2 – Turn lignin into materials and chemicals for high-end applications. Budget: maximum of €16 million.
- F3 – Produce food ingredients with high nutritional value from aquatic sources. Budget: maximum of €16 million.
Check the new call booklet to find more details on these topics, call conditions, funding rates, submission details, evaluation process and many more aspects of the Call. Topics can also be found on the BBI JU Partnering Platform, where you can show your interest and get in touch with potential partners for your proposal.
The new Call will be discussed during the upcoming BBI JU Virtual Info Day, on 22 April 2020. See the agenda for more information. There also will be an online Brokerage Event on 28 April, as well as national Virtual Info Days on 20 April (France), 29 April (Spain), 6 May (Lithuania) and 7 May (Latvia). See the BBI JU website for details.
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