Green Deal grants | What we know so far

The European Commission (EC) has set out the goal of making Europe climate neutral by 2050. To support this, the EC launched the ‘European Green Deal’ under the current Horizon 2020 programme. This initiative – also known as a roadmap – will execute policy, guidelines and measures. The Green Deal also includes several grants. The exact requirements are yet to be determined, but for the time being the programme will focus on eleven different areas.

The eleven Green Deal areas

The first Green Deal round will accept application from September 2020 to January 2021. Your project must fit one of the following areas:

The former eight call areas reflect key work streams of the Green Deal call and target specific, high-impact technological and societal innovations. These areas are aimed at advancing sustainable transition relatively quickly. The latter (area 9, 10 and 11) focuses on achieving long-term transformations such as empowering citizens and international cooperation.

Note: The areas might be subject to change, as the EC still has to make a formal decision on the themes. A binding text will be published following the formal decision by the EC. We’ll keep you updated on any changes.

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Are you interested in the call in general or would you like to know more about any of the specific focus areas? Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information!

Our specialists have extensive knowledge of European grants and calls. Hezelburcht is a major proponent of sustainable efforts. We would therefore be pleased to support your Green Deal project and contribute to a cleaner and more sustainble world.

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