A unique opportunity to accelerate technology transfer by funding one promising demonstrator project
As part of the efforts to facilitate the use of fusion technologies and know-how, Fusion For Energy with the support of In Extenso Innovation Croissance launches an Open Call for Fusion Technology Transfer Demonstrator project to support the integration of fusion solutions in non-fusion applications.
Open to European companies and organisations, this funding opportunity aims at supporting demonstrator projects where a fusion technology or know-how is planned to be used in a non-fusion environment.
The applications will be evaluated according to three criteria: feasibility of the demonstrator project, its innovation potential and its socio-economic impact on the company and the ecosystem.
A sole project will be selected and funded with 35,000€ (VAT exempt).
Who can apply?
Any European companies and organisations presenting a project where a fusion technology or know-how is planned to be used in a non-fusion environment. The demonstrator project shall address technological barriers.
The non-fusion application foreseen shall not promote activities, or be related to the military, alcohol, tobacco, religion, politics, intolerance, violence, firearms, pornography, obscenity, gambling or illegal drugs.
When and how to apply?
The application period will run from July 1st to
October 15th, 2021(new deadline: October 31st, 2021).
The results will be announced to the participants on February 2nd 2022, in a webinar where the next edition of the Fusion Technology Transfer Award will also be announced.
Applicants shall submit their proposal in English by email sent to the Evaluation Board. All documentation and application forms are available here below.
Winner Announcement of the Open Call for Fusion Technology Transfer Demonstrator 2021 and launch of the Fusion Tech Transfer Award 2022
Webinar Open Call for Fusion Technology Demonstrator
An online information and Q&A session will be organized next September 21st 11am CET to help you better understanding the requirements of the open call and the guidelines to prepare your proposal.