Proposals should focus on the design and development of breakthrough solutions and implementation of demonstration programmes, including in production plant environments. These should preferably relate to energy-intensive industries, in particular those which may be exposed to a significant risk of carbon leakage, such as cement, glass, pulp and paper, chemicals, ceramics and metals.
Funded activities should demonstrate the viability of breakthrough solutions in overcoming the technological as well as nontechnological barriers to improved emission performance with the possibility of widespread applications and combination of different technologies.
Deadline for submissions: 2 September. Details: www.bit.ly/1nBcMxJ