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The new European Technology and Innovation Platform on Batteries has just launched. Bringing together private and public actors and industrial and research stakeholders throughout the whole value chain of the sector, its aim is to be the driving force behind Europe’s ambitions in the field of batteries.
SMARTSPEND project aims for more and better designed public support for energy technology Research & Innovation
ZABALA is a proud partner of the upcoming annual Science|Business Framework conference and webcast on 5 February 2019. It will discuss the emerging opportunity landscape, and how this can best be harnessed across sectors and regions through breakthrough science, technologies and policy frameworks.
The "Building a Low-Carbon, Climate Resilient Future: Next-Generation Batteries" call for proposals is open for applications as of now until 25 April 2019. It makes available €114 million in seven battery-related topics.
The best European SMEs and start-ups working with data will access to free support services with the Data Market Services new initiative. 2,000 potential candidates will be evaluated and 150 will be chosen through three cohorts between 2019 and 2021.
The agreement is the EU bank´s largest operation to date in support of RDI. The EIB financing, backed by the EU’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020, will support research projects in various domains and to retain and attract research talent.
The Kick-off Meeting held in Madrid on 17th and 18th December 2018 bought together eleven project partners from seven countries to start work on a new integrated methodology to develop a set of recommendations on the integration of refugees and migrant children in Europe.
ZABALA will be part of three new initiatives supporting digital entrepreneurship in the coming years. They will offer a mix of funding and free support services in areas like data-driven innovation, next generation internet and blockchain; complementing the ongoing EDI (European Data Incubator) and IRSUS (Innovation Radar Support Services) projects.
EU research chief Jean-Eric Paquet lays plans to refocus staff on policy goals, efficiency and cooperation with other parts of the Commission
The 2019 CEF Transport call, which makes €100 million available to support new and ongoing transport projects and was launched on 5 December 2018, is now officially open for applications.

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