SUMMARY - CLEAN MARITIME SMART SHIPPING 2021
22/03/2021 - Registration Closes: 02/06/2021
There are two strands to this competition:
In applying to this competition you are entering into a competitive process. This competition closes at 11am UK time on the deadline
stated: 2nd June 2021.
APPLY: STRAND 1 (feasibility studies, £25k-£1m)
APPLY: STRAND 2 (innovation projects, £100k-£4m)
SUMMARY - ELIGIBILITY - SCOPE - HOW TO APPLY - SUPPORTING INFORMATION
SDGs 13 CLIMATE & 14 OCEANS : The Elizabeth Swann is shown above is a zero emissions vessel, designed to use only solar and wind power for propulsion, to help nations meet their sustainability development goals (SDGs), as per the Accord de Paris in 2015.
CLEAN MARITIME PLAN INTRODUCTION: 1 - 13
SECTION 1 - TACKLING
The Department for Transport will work with Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation, to invest up to £20m for innovative clean maritime and smart shipping projects. The Secretary of State in 2018 was Chris Grayling, Minister for Marine, Nus Ghani, and Sec. of State from 2019, Grant Shapps.
Horizon Europe is the EU's €100 billion euro research and innovation programme, the European equivalent of UKRI, 35% of which is allocated to achieving climate objectives under SDG13, but where funding applications are extremely complicated - and SMEs inevitably fall at the administration and finance hurdle.
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