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    • HORIZON 2020 & EUROPEAN R&D&I INITIATIVES- AGROFOOD SECTOR -Marta Conde / José Manuel GonzálezCDTI.- Ministry of Economy and CompetitivenessInternational Programmes DirectorateEuropean Programmes Division+34 91 581 55 62.- marta.conde@cdti.es / josemanuel.gonzalez@cdti.esValencia, 20th May 2013.
    • 2 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector• Programme structured by a clear set of objectivesbased on Europe 2020 and Innovation Union.• Focus on overall policy priorities (a challengeapproach)• Focus on societal challenges facing EU society.• Integrating research and innovation in a seamlessprogramme• Common toolkit of funding schemes• A single programme bringing together threeseparate initiatives• More innovation, from research to retail, all formsof innovation• Simplified access, for all companies, universities,institutes in all EU countries and beyond.MAINFEATURES:Information basedon the EuropeanCommission proposalfor a Council Decisionestablishing theSpecific ProgrammeImplementingHorizon 2020 - TheFrameworkProgramme forResearch andInnovation (2014-2020) .Final document willbe approved at theend of 2013.H2020 – Framework Programme for Research & Innovation
    • 3 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorHorizon 2020 – Three separate initiatives• The 7th Framework Programme (FP7) for research,technological development and demonstration– €53 billion (2007-13). 4 main programmes on Ideas, Cooperation, Peopleand Capacities.• Innovation-related part of the Competitiveness and InnovationFramework Programme (CIP)– €3.6 billion (2007-13). 3 programmes: Entrepreneurship and Innovation,Intelligent Energy Europe and ICT policy support.• The European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT)– Autonomous EU body bringing together higher education, research andbusiness to stimulate innovation in Knowledge and InnovationCommunities. EU budget contribution of €309 million (2007-13)And strengthening complementarities with the Structural Funds– €86 billion allocated (2007-13) to R&D and innovation, entrepreneurship,ICT and human capital developmentH2020 – Framework Programme for Research & Innovation
    • 4 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorSocietal Challenges• Health demographic change and well-being• Food security, sustainable agriculture,marine an maritime research and thebio-based economy• Secure, clean ad efficient energy• Smart, green and integrated transport• Climate action, resource efficiency andraw materials• Inclusive, innovative & secure societiesIndustrial TechnologiesLeadership in enabling & industrialtechnologies–Information & Communication Technologies(ICT)–Nano-technology–Advanced materials–Biotechnology–Advanced manufacturing systems–SpaceAccess to risk financeInnovation in SMEsExcellent ScienceEuropean Research CouncilFuture & Emerging Technologies (FET)Marie Curie ActionsResearch InfrastructuresEuropean Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)HORIZON 2020 - STRUCTURE•EU Bioeconomy challenges: Foodsecurity, sust. agriculture & forestry,marine & maritime & inland research.H2020 – Framework Programme for Research & Innovation
    • 5 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorSocietalChallengesIndustrialTechnologiesExcellentScienceBUDGETOVERALL BUDGET UNDER DISCUSSION!!!H2020 – Framework Programme for Research & Innovation
    • 6 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorFood, Agriculture and Fisheries, and BiotechnologyBuilding a European Knowledge Based Bio-Economy (KBBE) bybringing together science, industry and other stakeholders, to exploitnew and emerging research opportunities that address social,environmental and economic challenges: the growing demand forsafer, healthier, higher quality food and for sustainable use andproduction of renewable bioresources; the increasing risk ofepizootic and zoonotic diseases and food related disorders; threatsto the sustainability and security of agricultural, aquaculture andfisheries production; and the increasing demand for high qualityfood, taking into account animal welfare and rural and coastalcontext and response to specific dietary needs of consumers.EU Bioeconomy Challenge:The specific objective is to secure sufficient supplies of safe and highquality food and other bio-based products, by developing productiveand resource-efficient primary production systems, fostering relatedecosystem services, along side competitive and low carbon supplychains. This will accelerate the transition to a sustainable EUBioeconomy.HORIZON 2020 Vs. 7th Framework Programme (KBBE)
    • 7 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorEnabling ResearchProductionsystemsAnimal health andproductionSupport to PoliciesConsumersNutritionFood processingFood quality andsafetyEnvironmentalimpactBiomassMarineBiotechnologyBiorefineryIndustrialBiotechnologyEnvironmentalBiotechnologyEmerging trends inBiotechnologyBiotechnologyERAFoodAgricultureHORIZON 2020 Vs. 7th Framework Programme (KBBE)
    • 8 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorProductionsystemsEcosystemservicesPolicies andRural DevelopConsumersNutritionFood industryBioIndustriesBiorefineryMarket forbioproductsFoodFisheriesAquacultureMarineBiotechnologyForestryBio-IndustriesMarineResourcesAgriculture& ForestryHORIZON 2020 – BIOECONOMY Societal Challenge
    • 9 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorAddressing “GRAND CHALLENGES”.Fuente: Patrick Cunningham, KBBE Conference Brussels 14th September 2010José María Sumpsi, "Los retos de la agricultura para alimentar al mundo en 2050".• KBBE-NET• BIOECONOMY PANEL• BIOECONOMY-OBSERVATORYHORIZON 2020 – BIOECONOMY Societal Challenge
    • 10 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorIncreasing production efficiency, climate change, sustainability and resilience• Adaptive capacity of plants, animals and production systems• Use of biomass and by-products from agriculture and forestry for non-food app.• Efficient resource use (water, nutrients, energy) & ecological integrity of rural areas.• Genetic improvement of plants and animals for adaptation and productivity traits.• On-farm soil management for increasing soil fertility as a basis for crop productivity.• Animal and plant health, integrated disease/pest control measures• Eradication of animal diseases, research on antimicrobial resistance, animal welfare.Providing ecosystem services and public goods• Delivering commercial products and societal public goods (including cultural andrecreational value) and important ecological services (biodiversity, pollination, waterregulation, landscape, erosion reduction & carbon sequestration / GHG mitigation).• Management solutions, decision-support tools. Management of agricultural systemsEmpowerment of rural areas, support to policies and rural innovation• Development opportunities for rural communities (primary production and deliveryof eco-systems services, new & diversified products (food, feed, materials, energy))• Cohesion of rural areas and prevent economic and social marginalisation, fosterdiversification of economic activities (including service sector),• Support policy makers in the implementation of relevant strategies, policies &legislation• Socio-economic and comparative assessment of farming/forestry systemsSustainable forestry• Sustainable produce bio-based products and sufficient biomass.• Consideration of economic, ecological and social aspects.• Resource efficient forestry systems. Forest resilience and biodiversity protection.HORIZON 2020 – BIOECONOMY Societal ChallengeProductionsystemsEcosystemservicesPolicies andRural DevelopForestryAgriculture& Forestry
    • 11 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorDeveloping sustainable and environmentally-friendly fisheries• In depth understanding of marine ecosystems (new insights, tools and models toimprove understanding of what makes marine ecosystems healthy and productive)• Evaluate & mitigate the impact of fisheries on marine ecosyst. (including deep sea).• The socio-economic effects of management options will be measured.• Effects and adaptation to environmental changes, including climate change.• Research on the biology, genetic and dynamics of fish populations, on the role of keyspecies in the ecosystems, on fishing activities• Shared use of maritime space with other activities, in particular in the coastal zone,and its socio-economic impact will also be addressed.Developing competitive European aquaculture• Development of healthy, safe and competitive products• Domestication of established species and diversification for new species• Interactions between aquaculture and aquatic ecosystems, effects of climate change• Sustainable production systems in inland, on the coastal zone and offshore.• Understanding the social and economic dimensions of the sector to underpin costand energy efficient productionBoosting marine innovation through biotechnology• Discovery of new species and applications in the field of marine biotechnologies,which is foreseen to generate a 10 % annual growth for this sector.• Explore and exploit marine biodiversity and aquatic biomass to bring new innovativeprocesses, products and services on the markets with potential applications insectors including chemical and material industries, pharmaceutical, fisheries andaquaculture, energy supply and cosmetic.HORIZON 2020 – BIOECONOMY Societal ChallengeFisheriesAquacultureMarineBiotechnologyMarineResources
    • 12 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorInformed consumer choices• Consumer preferences, attitudes, needs, behaviour, lifestyle and education.• Communication between consumers and the food chain research community.• Improve informed choice, sustainable consumption and their impacts onproduction, inclusive growth and quality of life, especially of vulnerable groups.Healthy and safe foods and diets for all• Nutritional needs and the impact of food on physiological functions, physical andmental performance.• Links between diet, ageing, chronic diseases and disorders and dietary patterns.• Dietary solutions and innovations leading to improvements in health and well-being.• Chemical and microbial food and feed contamination, risks and exposures.• Food safety innovations, improved risk communication toolsA sustainable and competitive agri- food industry• Needs for the food and feed industry to cope with social, environmental, climateand economic change from local to global• Food design, processing, packaging, process control, waste reduction, by-productvalorisation and the safe disposal of animal by-products.• Innovative and sustainable resource-efficient processes• Diversified, safe, affordable and high quality products• Traceability, logistics and services, socio-economic factors, the resilience of the foodchain against environmental and climate risks• Limitation of negative impacts of food chain activities and of changing diets andproduction systems on the environment.HORIZON 2020 – BIOECONOMY Societal ChallengeConsumersNutritionFood industryFood
    • 13 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorFostering the bio-economy for bio-based industries• Major progress towards low carbon, resource efficient and sustainable industries.• Discovery and exploitation of terrestrial and aquatic biological resources,minimising adverse environmental impacts.• Potential trade-offs between the various uses of biomass.• Development of bio-based products and biologically active compounds forindustries and consumers with novel qualities, functionalities and improvedsustainability.• Economic value of renewable resources, bio-waste and by-products will bemaximised through new and resource efficient processes.Developing integrated biorefineries• Bioproducts, intermediates and bioenergy/biofuels (cascade approach)• Technologies and strategies will be developed to assure the raw material supply.• Types of biomass for use in second and third generation biorefineries, includingforestry, biowaste and industrial by-productsSupporting market development for bio-based products and processes• Demand-side measures will open new markets for biotechnology innovation.Standardisation (bio-based content, functionalities and biodegradability).• Methodologies and approaches to life-cycle analysis need to be further developedand continuously adapted to scientific and industrial advances.• Research activities supporting product and process standardisation and regulatoryactivities in the field of biotechnology are considered essential for supporting thecreation of new markets and for realising trade opportunities.HORIZON 2020 – BIOECONOMY Societal ChallengeBioIndustriesBiorefineryMarket forbioproductsBio-Industries
    • 14 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorBoosting cutting-edge biotechnologies as future innovation drivers• Development of emerging tools (synthetic biology, bioinformatics, systems biology)• Exploiting the convergence with other enabling technologies such asnanotechnology (e.g. bionanotechnology) and ICT (e.g. bioelectronics).• Transfer & implementation into new applications (drug delivery systems,biosensors, biochips).Biotechnology-based industrial processes• Enabling the European industry (e.g. chemical, health, mining, energy, pulp andpaper, textile, starch, food processing) to develop new products and processesmeeting industrial and societal demands;• Biotechnology-based alternatives to replace established ones;• Potential of biotechnology for detecting, monitoring, preventing and removingpollution (enzymatic and metabolic pathways, bio-processes design, advancedfermentation, up- and down-stream processing, dynamics of microbialcommunities)• Development of prototypes for assessing the techno-economic feasibility of thedeveloped products and processes.Innovative and competitive platform technologies• Develop platform technologies (eg. genomics, meta-genomics, proteomics,molecular tools)• Development of bio-resources with optimised properties and applications beyondconventional alternatives;• Exploration, understanding and exploitation in a sustainable manner of terrestrialand marine biodiversity for novel applications;• Biotechnology-based healthcare solutions (e.g. diagnostics, biologicals, bio-medicaldevices).Cutting-edgeBiotechnologyIndustrialBiotechnologyInnovativeTechnologiesBiotechnologyHORIZON 2020 – BIOTECHNOLOGY (Industrial Leadership)
    • 15 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorPPPs (public-private partnerships) are forms of cooperation between public authoritiesand businesses aiming at promoting R&I in specific sectors, converging industrialinterest, commitment & leadership. PPPs must ensure that research activities fitindustrial needs.H2020 includes scope and a clear set of criteria for setting up PPPs which shall beidentified in an open and transparent way based on all of the following criteria:• added value of action at Union level;• impact on industrial competitiveness, sustainable growth and socio-economicissues;• long-term commitment from all partners based on a shared vision and definedobjectives;• scale of the resources involved and the ability to leverage additionalinvestments in research and innovation;• a clear definition of roles for each of the partners & agreed key performanceindicators.(PPPs) PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPs UNDER HORIZON 2020
    • 16 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorPPP can be based on a contractual arrangement between public and private actorsand in limited cases can be institutionalised PPP (such as JTIs & other JointUndertakings). Involvement of the Union in those partnerships may take one of thefollowing forms:(b) entering a contractual agreement between the partners, which specifies theobjectives of the partnership, respective commitments of the partners, keyperformance indicators, and outputs to be delivered including the identification ofresearch and innovation activities that require support from Horizon 2020.(a) financial contributions from the Union to joint undertakings established on thebasis of Article 187 TFEU under FP7; to new public-private partnerships set up onthe basis of Article 187 TFEU; This form of partnerships shall only be implementedwhere the scope of the objectives pursued and the scale of the resources requiredjustify it;Biobased and Renewable Industries fordevelopment and Growth in Europe(PPPs) PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPs UNDER HORIZON 2020
    • 17 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorWhat is SPIRE “Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency”?- A contractual PPP proposal dedicated to innovation in resource and energyefficiency in the process industries.Objectives- To develop the enabling technologies and solutions along the value chain, requiredto reach long term sustainability for Europe in terms of global competitiveness,ecology & employment.- Need to improve the way industry manages resources and energy, especially whenrare or finite.European Challenges addressed by SPIRE- urgency to create growth and increase the competitiveness of Europe in a globalmarket,- need to rejuvenate the European process industry that is at the basis of theEuropean economy in terms of turnover, employment and generation oftechnologies for all industrial sectors- imperative to reduce resource, energy inefficiency & environmental impact ofindustrial activities.Expected Budget: 1.400 M€ (Ind. Contribution). H2020 Co-funding (NMP, ENV, ENE, KBBE)PPPs under H2020.- SPIRE, a Contractual PPP: WHAT IS IT?
    • 18 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorRTOsINDUSTRIAL SECTORS:Chemical, Water, Steel, Engineering, Cement,Ceramics Minerals, Non-ferrous metals,…ASSOCIATIOSINDUSTRIAL PARTNERS.PPPs under H2020.- SPIRE, a Contractual PPP: MEMBERS.
    • 19 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector6 Key Components broken down into 21 Key Actions1. Key Component: FEEDKA 1.1: Enhancing the availability and quality of existing resourcesKA 1.2: Optimal valorization of waste, residue streams and recycled end-of-life materials as feedKA 1.3: Optimal and integrated (re) use of waterKA 1.4: Advancing the role of sustainable biomass/renewables as industrial raw material2. Key Component: PROCESSKA 2.1: Novel advanced energy technologiesKA 2.2: Energy harvesting, storage and reuseKA 2.3: Process monitoring, control and optimizationKA 2.4: More efficient systems and equipmentKA 2.5: New energy and resource management concepts (including industrial symbiosis)3. Key Component: APPLICATIONSKA 3.1: New processes for energy and resourceKA 3.2: New materials contributing to development of energy and resource efficient processesPPPs under H2020.- SPIRE, a Contractual PPP: ROADMAP.
    • 20 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector4. Key Component: WASTE2RESOURCEKA 4.1: Systems approach: understanding the value of waste streamsKA 4.2: Technologies for separation, extraction, sorting and harvesting of gaseous, liquids andsolid waste streamsKA 4.3: Technologies for (pre)treatment of process and waste streams (gaseous, liquids, solids)for re-use and recyclingKA 4.4: Value chain collection and interaction, reuse and recycle schemes and business models5. Key Component: HORIZONTALKA 5.1: Identification, benchmarking and cross-sectorial transfer of good energy and resourceefficiency solutions and practicesKA 5.2: Methodologies and tools for cross-sectorial Life Cycle and Cost Assessment as well asnovel social Life Cycle Assessment of energy and resource efficiency solutionsKA 5.3: Enhancing innovation and entrepreneurial skills and culture6. Key Component: OUTREACHKA 6.1: Analysis and establishment for efficient technology dissemination methodologies,mechanisms and frameworksKA 6.2: Develop social responsibility for the process industry6 Key Components broken down into 21 Key ActionsPPPs under H2020.- SPIRE, a Contractual PPP: ROADMAP.
    • 21 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorInstitutional PPPs or Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs).The concept.• Long term Public Private Partnerships, involving industry, research community and publicauthorities, set up to implement ambitious common research efforts in strategictechnological fields for the future.Management structure• Managed within dedicated structures (Joint Undertaking – legal entity) based on Article187 TFEU.• There are Industry & Research Committees which elaborates the Strategic Research andInnovation Agenda, Multiannual Implementation Plans and therefore annual WorkProgrammesFunding• Specific budget from FP, could be combined with other public funding sourcesSetting-up:• Co-decision procedure of EU Council and ParliamentExamples in FP7• Artemis (Embedded Systems): 420 M€• Eniac (Nanoelectronics): 440 M€• Clean Sky (Aeronautics): 800 M€• Sesar (Air Traffic Management): 350 M€• IMI (Innovative Medicines): 1.000 M€• FCH (Fuel Cells & Hydrogen): 500 M€Potential JTIs within H2020 (tbc)• Artemis+Eniac• Clean Sky 2 (1.600 M€)• Sesar 2 (500 M€)• IMI 2 (1.500 M€)• FCH 2 (1.500 M€)• BioIndustries (1.000 M€)(PPPs) PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPs UNDER HORIZON 2020
    • 22 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorDG ResearchProgrammes(R. Strohmeier)DG Research &Innovation(R.J. Smits)Dir. E –Biotechnology,Agriculture and Food(Maive Rute)Unit E.2 –Biotechnologies(Barend Verachtert)PPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: PROMOTERS.
    • 23 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorCEPSAENCEBIONETKLMEconomic Sectors:•Agricultural•Agro-food•Forestry•Pulp and paperLeading companies in:•Plant breeding•Biotechnology•Chemistry•Energy•Bioprocess engineeringPPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: PROMOTERS.WHO IS INVOLVED IN BRIDGE? BIC PARTNERS:
    • 24 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorPPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: BIOREFINERY.
    • 25 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorBiomass and organic wasteIndustrial side-streams:Residues from the wood industry / saw millBy-streams from biorefineriesAgro-industrial side-streams, partly now utilisedas feed, other pre-consumer side-streams andwaste streamsWood, recovered paper and side-streams fromforestry, landscape, natureAgricultural residues (left on the land or burned)Agricultural cropsDedicated ligno-cellulosic / fibre cropsNew promising biomass sources (e.g. aquaticbiomass)Process and waste waterMunicipal organic wasteAgricultural surplus produced by the EU MMSSAnimal manureBio-products & marketsBiobased chemicalsBioplastics / biomaterials /packagingAdvanced biofuelsSpecialties(Biosurfactants, lubricants,pharmaceuticals)Food ingredients and feedBioenergy…/…Based on aCASCADEAPPROACHBIOREFINERY CONCEPTPPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: BIOREFINERY.
    • 26 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorDeveloping the potential of waste as well as agriculture and forestry residuesDiversifying and growing farmers’ incomes: up to 40% additional margins with existingresiduesDelivering biobased products that are comparable, if not superior to non-biobasedproducts in terms of price, performance, availability and environmental benefits,including, advanced transportation fuels, chemicals, materials, food and feed.Meeting 25% of EU transport energy needs with advanced biofuels (2030 target)Replacing at least 30% of oil-based chemicals and materials with biobased andbiodegradable ones (2030 target)Creating a competitive biobased infrastructure in Europe, boosting job creation, 80%of which will be in rural and underdeveloped areasRealising a new generation of biobased materials and composites produced inbiorefineriesPPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: BENEFITS.BENEFITS for EUROPE
    • 27 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorThe SIRA includes a balanced combination of:• Value chain demonstration projects aiming towards integration anddeployment of technologies and R&D results into actual value chains andbringing technology close to commercial scale through upscaling indemonstration activities and flagship projects;• R&D projects focused on filling the gaps in technological innovations:dedicated projects on the development of specific technologies andconcepts needed to realise the value chains, and proving the principles inpilot installations;• Supporting projects, addressing the cross-sectorial challenges andsupporting the value chains to become realityPPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: SIRA.BRIDGE. Types of Projects.
    • 28 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorThe projects of the SIRA will be developed around 5 value chains, wherespecific deliverables will be demonstrated, ultimately leading toflagship projects.To have competitive biobasedproducts in the market in 2020,each step of the value chainsneeds to be competitive:- feedstock supply,- processing,- product and market (both interm of price & environmentalperformance).PPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: Value Chains.BRIDGE. Value Chains.
    • 29 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector1. From lignocellulosic feedstock to advanced biofuels, biobased chemicalsand biomaterials: realising the feedstock and technology base for the nextgeneration of fuels, chemicals and materials2. The next generation forest-based value chains: utilisation of the fullpotential of forestry biomass by improved mobilisation and realisation ofnew added value products and markets3. The next generation agro-based value chains: realising the highestsustainability and added value by improved agricultural production and newadded value products and markets4. Emergence of new value chains from (organic) waste: From waste problemsto economic opportunities by realising sustainable technologies to convertwaste into valuable products5. The integrated energy, pulp and chemicals biorefineries: Realisingsustainable bio-energy production, by backwards integration with bio-refinery operations isolating higher added value componentsPPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: Value Chains.BRIDGE. Value Chains.
    • 30 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorEnd of March: Legal texts (regulation) and statutes readyApril: European Commission inter-service consultation.28 May: Official announcement by European Commissionon JTI package.May & June: Industries & RTOs to develop Roadmapping exercise.10th July: EU Commission officially proposes package of JTIs(IMI2; Clean Sky2; FCH2; SESAR2; ENIAC-ARTEMIS; BRIDGE)July-Nov: European Parliament opinion / Council Decision.Early 2014: Start of BRIDGE, an institutional PPP on BiobasedIndustries.PPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: TIMELINE.BRIDGE. NEXT STEPS.
    • 31 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorRequested PUBLIC FUNDING: 1.000 M€ (700 Bioeconomy + 300 Energy)Budget prioritisation: Demo + Flagship / R&D / Support actionsSHORT & SELECTED CLUB: Open for new industrial partnersRoom for RTOs. Key ContactsNext Step: Roadmapping exerciseSize of projects: Number of partners; Type of partnersLack of Transparency: Foros CDTI.- Roadshow in CDTI on 2nd AprilBad experiences (IMI, CS, FCH): H2020 rules – Min. Expected derogations!PPPs under H2020.- BRIDGE, an Institutional PPP: PROs & CONs.SOME CONCERNS Vs. MAIN OPPORTUNITUES
    • 32 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector2007-2011%UE2715,2%12,8%12,2%11,1%8,9%8,0%6,6%4,4%4,1%0,0%3,5%0,0%2,4%2,3%2,0%1,6%---Calls 2007-12. Retorno Acumulado por PAÍS.PorretornoESPAÑAocupala6ªposiciónSocios Particip.Nº Lider Nº Nº Euros % %UE27REINO UNIDO 296 62 250 606 184.073.579 13,6% 15,4%ALEMANIA 279 48 281 558 154.364.745 11,4% 12,9%HOLANDA 256 51 159 455 142.799.861 10,5% 12,0%FRANCIA 238 48 186 445 120.759.071 8,9% 10,1%ITALIA 249 34 192 461 108.026.967 8,0% 9,1%ESPAÑA 220 27 227 420 103.707.526 7,6% 8,7%BELGICA 178 32 128 295 78.373.736 5,8% 6,6%DINAMARCA 132 18 68 204 57.765.020 4,3% 4,8%SUECIA 116 10 54 160 46.505.109 3,4% 3,9%SUIZA 108 6 65 151 41.925.904 3,1% 0,0%FINLANDIA 80 13 41 118 37.847.329 2,8% 3,2%NORUEGA 73 8 56 107 30.717.147 2,3% 0,0%AUSTRIA 80 9 67 120 29.621.681 2,2% 2,5%IRLANDA 73 5 37 106 27.538.314 2,0% 2,3%GRECIA 88 11 47 119 22.963.641 1,7% 1,9%PORTUGAL 73 6 55 101 20.904.167 1,5% 1,8%OTROS --- 10 768 1.164 148.593.614 11,0% 4,8%Total: 398 398 2.681 5.590 1.356.487.411 100,0%Total UE 27: 1.192.313.839 87,9% 100,0%Actividades SubvenciónKBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)
    • 33 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector0%2%4%6%8%10%12%14%16%1. AGRO 2. FOOD 3. BIOTECH TOTAL:Retornoen%-UE-27200720082009201020112012Calls 2007-12. Retorno ES por ACTIVIDAD y AÑO.KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)
    • 34 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector45,0433,1625,23103,719,6%9,1%7,4%8,7%0%1%2%3%4%5%6%7%8%9%10%0204060801001. AGRO 2. FOOD 3. BIOTECH TOTAL:Retorno(%UE-27)Retorno(M€)Calls 2007-12. Retorno ES por ACTIVIDAD (ACUMULADO)12 Coord. 7 Coord. 8 Coord. 27 Coord.539 M€ (40%) 408 M€ (30%) 394 M€ (29%) 1.356 M€ (100%)KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)
    • 35 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector45,8653,923,29103,718,5%9,3%5,4%8,7%0%1%2%3%4%5%6%7%8%9%10%020406080100CP-IP CP-FP CSA TOTALRetorno(%UE-27)Retorno(M€)6 Coord. 17 Coord. 4 Coord. 27 Coord.604 M€ (45%) 673 M€ (50%) 70 M€ (5%) 1.356 M€ (100%)KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)Calls 2007-12. Retorno ES por Tipo de PROYECTO (Acumulado)
    • 36 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorEnabling ResearchProductionsystemsAnimal health andproductionSupport to PoliciesConsumersNutritionFood processingFood quality andsafetyEnvironmentalimpactBiomassMarineBiotechnologyBiorefineryIndustrialBiotechnologyEnvironmentalBiotechnologyEmerging trends inBiotechnologyBiotechnologyERAFoodAgricultureKBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)
    • 37 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorRetorno(€)020.000.00040.000.00060.000.00080.000.000100.000.000120.000.000140.000.000160.000.000180.000.000200.000.000103,71 M€KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)Calls 2007-12. Retorno Acumulado por PAIS (M€)FP6. Retorno ES:48 M€
    • 38 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorRetorno(%UE-27)0,0%2,0%4,0%6,0%8,0%10,0%12,0%14,0%16,0% 15,4%12,9%12,0%10,1%9,1% 8,7%KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)Calls 2007-12. Retorno Acumulado por PAIS (%UE-27)FP6. Retorno ES:7,0% UE-27
    • 39 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorActividades Socios Participaciones SubvenciónNº Líder Nº Nº M€ %Total ESMadrid 70 9 37 91 25,45 24,5%Cataluña 72 4 49 91 21,68 20,9%Andalucía 53 2 35 61 13,41 12,9%Valencia 33 3 22 42 9,85 9,5%País Vasco 24 3 10 26 7,75 7,5%Galicia 21 1 15 28 7,04 6,8%Murcia 12 2 12 18 5,61 5,4%Navarra 10 0 12 15 3,36 3,2%Castilla y León 12 0 10 12 2,28 2,2%Aragón 7 2 9 13 2,13 2,1%Baleares 4 1 1 4 1,78 1,7%Canarias 5 0 5 6 1,25 1,2%Asturias 3 0 4 4 0,91 0,9%Extremadura 4 0 2 4 0,49 0,5%Cantabria 2 0 2 2 0,40 0,4%Castilla La Mancha 1 0 1 1 0,21 0,2%Rioja 1 0 2 2 0,11 0,1%TOTAL: 220 27 228 420 103,71 100,0%KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)Calls 2007-12. Retorno Acumulado por CCAA
    • 40 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorRetorno(M€)0,05,010,015,020,025,030,0KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)Calls 2007-12. Retorno Acumulado por CCAA
    • 41 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD Sector32,19%29,66%17,40%11,54%3,71%2,23% 1,89% 1,38%UniversidadCentro Público deInvestigaciónEmpresaCentro de Innovación yTecnologíaAsociación deInvestigación23,79%43,48%16,95%0,88%8,74% 0,17%2,06%3,92%KBBE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS (2007-2012)Calls 2007-12. Retorno Acumulado por Tipo de ENTIDAD
    • 42 / 42 (20/05/2013)Ref.: H2020. EU RDI Initiatives. Valencia. 20.05.2013.pptxH2020 & European RDI INITIATIVES for the AGROFOOD SectorThanks for your attention!Time for questionsMarta Conde.José Manuel González.CDTI.Ministry of Economy and CompetitivenessInternational Programmes DirectorateEuropean Programmes Division✈✈✈✈+34 91 581 55 62.- marta.conde@cdti.es / josemanuel.gonzalez@cdti.es