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Boosting the decarbonisation: cleantech and climate-techfunding instruments in Europe

The European Commission’s European Green Deal, announced in 2019, aims to make the EU climate-neutral by 2050. According to the European Commission, meeting the objectives of the European Green Deal will require significant additional investment. The Commission has estimated that achieving the current 2030 climate and energy targets will require € 260 billion of additional annual investment, about 1.5% of 2018 GDP from both public and private sectors.

A myriad of funding instruments are available to facilitate the decarbonisation and energy transition. Among them, Horizon Europe, Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Innovation Fund, or the European Investment Bank
(EIB) play a crucial a crucial role in supporting decarbonization and the energy transition efforts across the EU, fostering innovation, infrastructure development, and sustainable economic growth.

In this webinar, we discovered the key funding instruments driving the transition towards a low-carbon economy.

15:05 – Welcome. David Arias. Startup advisor.
15:10– Carbon credits. Rafael Zaballa – Innovation Expert.
15:20 – EU Innovation Fund. Rob Gill – CEO of Verntex.
15:30 – Horizon Europe programmes for climate tech and cleantech. David Arias.
15:40 – UK funds for cleantech startups. Martin Stanford – Innovation Manager
15:50 – Q & A

Do you want to know more about the Cleantech and Climate tech? Download our presentation!

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