Horizon Europe

The European funds are a great opportunity to make innovation project a reality. The return of the Framework Program in Spain exceeds 3 500 million euros per year, being the main source of financing for Spanish national R&D. With more than 30 years of experience in the European programs, in ZABALA we obtain a 35% success in our proposals, tripling the European average. In this section, we offer relevant information about HORIZON EUROPE, you can prepare with us for what is to come:

Nesoi survey
With the goal to mobilize more than 100 M€ of investment in sustainable energy projects across the EU’s populated islands, NESOI calls the communities of the European islands to assess their needs.
Even though the situation with Brexit isn’t fully stabilised, the UK’s government has addressed the topic of current and future funding for HORIZON 2020 projects.
FET Innovation
Launch of the last Horizon 2020 call for proposals from the EIC Pathfinder FET Innovation LaunchPad.
Working Breakfast
Ms Lina Gálvez Muñoz, MEP Vice-Chair-Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) and member of the STOA panel, to host the event
The European project NAIMA aims to develop a new generation of high-competitive and safe Na-ion cells for the current and future energy storage technologies, supported by the key actors of the European Battery value chain
2nd Blockchers Open Call
Starting on January 13th, European SMEs can boost their business products and services thanks to the opportunities offered by Blockchers
Green Pact
The European Commission approved the Green Deal, which will include aid to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 50% by 2030, and fully by 2050
XFLEX HYDRO has been announced at the United Nations climate change conference (COP25) in Madrid, Spain.
Urban Klima
ZABALA participates in the largest climate action project in the Basque Country financed by the European LIFE Programme, the Urban Klima 2050 Integrated LIFE
ROMEO presents advances for key offshore wind stakeholders in Copenhagen
Around 150 people participated in the workshops organized by ROMEO in the frame of the Wind Europe Offshore 2019 event in Copenhagen held between the 26th and 28th of November. At only half way of its life-cycle, the project (2017-2022) - supported by the Horizon2020 programme of the European Commission, has already made significant advances in data modelling and processing and in the establishment of architectures for the condition based maintenance for offshore wind farms.