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European Support for the Promotion of Eco-Innovation.

European Support for the Promotion of Eco-Innovation.
Executive Agency for Competitiviness and Innovation (EACI)

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  • European Support for the Promotion of Eco-Innovation Executive Agency for Competitiviness and Innovation (EACI)
  • Eco-innovation 2013 31,585,000 € for the 2013 call for proposals. The European Commission grants up to 50% co-funding to finance green ideas. BUDGET All legal persons in the eligible countries with priority given to Small-and Medium- sized Enterprises (SMEs). BENEFICIARIES There is no formal minimum or maximum amount for the grant. On average an Eco-innovation project has an approximate budget of € 1.6m (=€ 800.000 EU funding). DEADLINES AND MINIMUM INVESTMENT Execution time: 1 year
  • Eco-innovation 2013 BENEFICIARIES Although priori ty will be given to SMEs*, all legal persons, whether private or public, established in either of the following countries are eligible: The 27 member states of the EU Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein Albania, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Israel, Montenegro, Serbia , and Turkey Other non-EU countries provided they have the appropriate agreement in force. *For the purpose of this Call, SMEs are defined as enterprises which employ fewer than 250 persons and which have an annual turnover not exceeding €50 million, or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding €43 million
  • Eco-innovation 2013 Main priority areas Materials recycling Sustainable building products Greening business Food and drink sector Water
  • Eco-innovation 2013 Materials Recycling Implement waste sorting and treatment methods to improve the quality of recycling materials such as construction, industrial, household, electrical and electronic waste. Encourage the design of innovative products using recycled materials and facilitate material recycling. Multiply business innovations that strengthen the competitiveness of the recycling industries.
  • Eco-innovation 2013 Sustainable building products Propel the use of construction products and related processes that reduce consumption of resources, embodied carbon and production of by-product wastes. Encourage the use of environmentally-friendly construction materials and innovative manufacturing processes.
  • Eco-innovation 2013 Food and drink sector Innovative products including new packaging solutions that reduce environmental impact and maximise resource efficiency. Cleaner and more efficient processes that reduce waste and increase materials recycling and recovery. Improved water management processes that reduce the use of water across the food and drink supply chain. Innovative products, processes and services reducing environmental impacts of consumption of food and drink.
  • Eco-innovation 2013 Water Water efficient processes, products and technologies, especially water-free processes. Water and wastewater treatment: solutions that offer greater efficiency and reduced environmental impact. Smart distribution systems aiming at saving water, chemicals, energy and materials.
  • Eco-innovation 2013 Greening business Innovative products that will decrease environmental impacts and use less resources. Greening of production and clean production processes, including industrial symbiosis. Substitution of materials by materials with reduced environmental impacts and higher resource efficiency (e.g. bio-based products), substitution of scarce materials and increased use of secondary raw material. Gradual innovation by introducing re-manufacturing mechanisms and innovative repairing services with substantial environmental benefit.
  • What can EVM do to help your company? Eco-innovation 2013 4. Monitor the processing of the grant. EVM counts with an interdisciplinary team: industrial engineers, computing engineers, architects, geographers, chemists, or graduates in law, which allows us to provide our clients with a wide ranging ability to support their procedures. 1. Prepare the administrative application for the grant. 2. Support the processes of making, advising, and preparation of the technical and economic sides of the project. 3. Identify and collect all the paperwork and information required for the application process.
  • EVM Project Management 922 029 363 www.evm.net Santa Cruz de Tenerife C/ Villalba Herbás nº3 Planta 2 Oficina 1 facebook.com twitter.com youtube.com slideshare.net /evmnet European Support for the Promotion of Eco-Innovation