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:

Blockchers event
The session, hosted by Adriana Maldonado, will be celebrated next Thursday the 28th of January. Registration is opened until Tuesday the 26th with limited places.
The nanomaterials and nanodevices created by BOW will constitute a key technology in improving precision medicine and therapeutic approaches.
Vestigia and Minespider, the winners of the BLOCKCHERS Programme, were announced in an online event on the 15th of December.
The European Parliament and the Council reach a political agreement on Horizon Europe, the EU's largest transnational programme, supporting research and innovation. Its budget will increase by 30% compared to that of the current research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020.
The next research programme will start on time, although there is disappointment among researchers as the programme didn’t receive more. Funds will go to the health and student exchanges.
Senator Project
The new European project, in which Zabala is participating, seeks to improve the quality of life in cities by applying urban planning tools.
renewable energy
On the 29th of October, 311 proposals were submitted to the call for large-scale projects, going beyond the initial forecasts. The Innovation Fund call for small-scale projects will be launched on the 1st of December 2020.
Life results
The year 2020 breaks a new record of 1,500 projects submitted to the LIFE 2020 call, 56% of which belong to the Environment sub-programme.
Green Deal
The process of decarbonisation in Europe is particularly extensive. To achieve the goal of building a climate-neutral EU by 2050, all Member States and European countries must begin to decarbonise their processes and technologies.
Zabala continues providing its expertise in the area of Energy Transition management through its renewed involvement with the European Technology and Innovation Platform Smart Networks for Energy Transition (ETIP SNET) and also takes on management of the BRIDGE H2020 Initiative; two EU financed initiatives that seek to promote Europe’s energy transition.