Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research and innovation programme to date with almost 5.93 €billion (out of 80 €billion total) dedicated to research in the areas of energy efficiency, low carbon energy, smart cities and communities and other associated topics and instruments. The IERC’s strategic plan includes numerous targets for H2020 funding, which will help grow the centre and deliver scientific, social and economic impact. Currently, the IERC is looking to lead and/or participate in the following areas.
The IERC’s EU Programmes Coordinator Martin O’Connell is working with national and international research partners on H2020 submissions in the energy sector and can be contacted for further information and opportunities.
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