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Promotion / Dissemination Projects: SAVE, ALTENER, STEER and INTEGRATED INITIATIVES Call IEE 2013

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Promotion / Dissemination Projects: SAVE, ALTENER, STEER and INTEGRATED INITIATIVES Call IEE 2013

 

Deadline: Wednesday 8 May 2013, 17:00 (Brussels local time)

About IEE

The objective of the Intelligent Energy – Europe II  Programme (“IEE II”) is to contribute to secure, sustainable and competitively priced energy for Europe, by providing for action:

• to foster energy efficiency and the rational use of energy resources;

• to promote new and renewable energy sources and to support energy diversification;

• to promote energy efficiency and the use of new and renewable energy sources in transport

Intelligent Energy – Europe covers action in the following fields:

Energy efficiency and rational use of energy resources (SAVE), including:

• Improvement of energy efficiency and the rational  use of energy, in particular in the building and industry sectors;

• Supporting the preparation and application of legislative measures.

New and renewable energy resources (ALTENER), including:

• Promoting new and renewable energy sources for centralised and decentralised production of  electricity, heat and cooling, and thus supporting the diversification of energy sources;

• Integrating new and renewable energy sources into the local environment and the energy systems;

• Supporting the preparation and application of legislative measures.

Energy in transport (STEER) to promote energy efficiency and the use of new and renewable energy sources in transport, including:

• Supporting initiatives relating to all energy aspects of transport and the diversification of fuels;

• Promoting renewable fuels and energy efficiency in transport;

• Supporting the preparation and application of legislative measures.

Integrated initiatives combine several of the above specific fields or relating to certain EU priorities.

They may include actions integrating energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in several sectors of the economy and/or combining various instruments, tools and actors within the same action or project.

 

PRIORITIES AND TYPES OF ACTION FOR 2013

SAVE: Energy efficiency (indicative budget: EUR 15.6 million)

Activities funded under SAVE aim to tap the large potential for energy savings by improving energy efficiency and the rational use of energy resources,  in particular in buildings, products and industry. Activities to promote energy efficiency in transport are covered separately under STEER.

In 2013 SAVE will cover the following three Key Actions:

• Consumers and products

• Businesses

• Energy efficiency Services and Obligations

 

ALTENER: New and renewable energy  resources (indicative budget: EUR 12.6 million)

ALTENER focuses on non-technological actions contributing to the implementation of the RES Directive and on accelerating the growth of renewable energy markets to meet the EU 2020 target.

ALTENER projects may include one or more of the following Key Actions: 

Electricity from renewable energy sources (RES-e)

• Heating and cooling from renewable energy sources

• Bioenergy

• Renewable Energy Consumers

STEER: Energy in transport (indicative budget: EUR 9.6 million)

STEER supports projects which promote, build on  and/or implement the existing EU policy and legislative frameworks for energy efficiency and renewable or alternative fuels in transport.

In 2013 STEER will cover the two following Key Actions: 

• Energy-efficient transport

• Clean and energy-efficient vehicles

 

Who can participate at this call?

All applicants must be legal entities, whether public  or private, established in the territory of the EU Member States, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia, or the Former Yugoslav Republic of  Macedonia

 

It is expected that this call for proposals will result in about 55-60 projects being supported. The amount granted will be up to 75% of the total eligible costs. The EU contribution to reimburse eligible costs must not give rise to a profit. Contributions in kind are not  eligible costs. One action may give rise to the award of only one grant from the EU budget to any one beneficiary. An action which receives financial support for the same purpose from other EU financial  instruments will not receive funding from the IEE II Programme.

Form more information and application form click here

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