Angel Syndicate is a partner in the FREED Project, established to support the development of innovation in energy technologies currently unavailable within the Northern Periphery & Arctic regions, which runs until the end of 2018. This will be achieved by selected companies, SME’s or start-ups, collaborating with private finance to bring technology transfer of IP to create products and bring them to market.
The FREED Project is now inviting applications from companies, SME’s or start-ups to develop innovative energy technologies. Aimed at businesses that are currently active in the Energy Technology sector, FREED is offering financial support to develop and take innovative energy technologies to commercialisation. A total of €120,000 is available and open for tender. CLOSING DATE 15 MARCH.
A maximum sum of €30,000 per tender may be made available to successful applicants as well as in-kind support offering incubation capabilities, market access and unique access to private investment.
Each innovative technology selected will be promoted through the project across the partner regionS in the NPA area and beyond.
Candidates are to submit technology innovation proposals, which address identified challenges in the following four thematic areas:
A condition of being awarded a contract is that technology development and the commercial development of the output must take place in the Northern Periphery and Arctic region, as defined by the European Union Interreg Programme.
The FREED Project has seven full-partners from across and outside the NPA region:
The FREED Project is funded under The Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014-2020 (NPA) which is a cooperative programme between nine partner countries of: Finland, Ireland, Sweden and the United Kingdom (Scotland and Northern Ireland) in cooperation with the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland and Norway.
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