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Services for NCP’s

Prepare NCP network for Horizon 2020; Train NCPs with the tools developed, through specific training sessions, forums and specialised twinning; Identify European and non-European transport innovation strategies, as well as the way they are implemented;

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Services to applicants

Prepare European research stakeholders for Horizon 2020, Provide partner search facility with advanced searching functionality with potential participants in Transport related projects, Map sources of public sector funding as well as debt and equity finance

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Funding Map

During Horizon 2020, it is likely that NCPs will be responsible for providing a much wider range of information on the whole Transport Research and Innovation landscape, including private sector finance.

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Each year the European Commission organizes the Information Day on the Research contractual PPPs to give the research community an overview of on-going activities, and to support the preparation of proposals for the up-coming calls.
ETNAplus will host its third forum in London, on the 19th of October 2015. The aim of this event is to provide other NCPs with the latest information relevant to their activities, and allow them to meet important stakeholders.
The forum will be organised the day before and at the same premise (Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Central London) as the Aerodays 2015.

The next ETNAplus training for Transport NCPs will take place in London on the 20th of October, immediately after the Third Forum.

The subject of the training will be the funding tools for SMEs. There is a clear opportunity for innovative companies with high growth potential in Horizon 2020 and NCPs can help them.
NCPs will be trained by SME NCPs, EEN members, EC representatives and evaluators with a view to offering assistance to SMEs that wish to apply for the promising funding tool, especially designed for innovative and extrovert European SMEs.
INEA has received 309 project proposals by the deadline of two Mobility for Growth sub-calls on 23 April, requesting nearly €2 billion in total EU funding. Projects selected for funding under this call are expected to advance all transport modes towards greener, safer, more competitive and integrated European transport system. The total availablebudget for both calls is €165.5 million. Evaluation of project proposals will start in May.
75 research and innovation projects under the Horizon 2020 challenge Smart, green and integrated transport will receive €484 million EU funding to turn European air, rail, road and waterborne transport into a greener, safer, more competitive and well- integrated system
On 16 April 2015, the European Commission launched the Horizon Prize on Materials for Clean Air.
The NCP network for transport in Horizon 2020 - ETNA Plus  - is pleased to inform you that there is a new IT tool for partner search specifically dedicated to the project proposals to be submitted under the H2020 'Smart , Green and Integrated Transport ' (Societal Challenge 4) calls .
Within the framework of the Smart, Green and Integrated Transport Information Day (2 February 2015, Brussels), the project ETNA Plus organized a networking and brokerage event -jointly supported by ETNA plus and Enterprise Europe Network- focusing on the topics covered by the  Horizon 2020 calls published in December of 2014. The networking and brokerage event took place in the afternoon, following the informational sessions carried out by the European Commission in the morning.

Martec Call 2015

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MARTEC opened a transnational call for collaborative research projects in different areas of maritime technologies (deadline: 29.04.2015). This call is initiated by funding organisations from 7 different European partner countries of the former ERA-NET MARTEC consortium.

More information is available at: https://www.martec-era.net/index.php?index=60 
As a world leader of research and innovation (R&I), the EU is responsible for almost a quarter of world expenditure on research, while representing only 7% of the population. As part of this research, the EU has identified the need to continually strengthen dialogue between Member States and Associated Countries, as well as international partners, to build a 'critical mass' for tackling the evolving societal challenges thrown before it. The field of Transport is no exception, and is integral to the European Research Area (ERA) - aimed at overcoming the fragmentation of research in Europe that prevents European Member States from fulfilling their R&I potential.
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