How to prepare projects for European funding 2014-2020 a roadmap for future

How to prepare projects
for European funding
2014-2020
PNO is market leader in
innovation financing, with
a special focus on grants.
Our service model aims at
supporting companies,
public organizations and
partnerships in their
efforts to obtain grants
and other financial
resources for their
innovations, and at
boosting the effects of
these organizations’
innovative work.
PNO works with expert
teams, among others in
the area of Energy, Life
Sciences & Healthcare,
Logistics, High Tech and
EU grants.
a roadmap for future
Beneficiaries
Vincent van den Bosch
Managing Partner PNO CEE
EU BRUSSELS FUNDING
FOR TRANSPORT
2014-2020
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TRANSPORT INNOVATION
The EU Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) 2014-2020
A new EU budget period: time for a change
Europe 2020 strategy
One of 7 Flagship initiatives is “Innovation Union”
Europe is facing many challenges:
•create job opportunities for all, especially the young
•get the economy back on track
•make companies more competitive in the global market
•solve the challenges of an ageing population
•secure resources like food and fuel
•fight global warming
•improve smart and green transport
As main economic driver of EU economic growth is innovation,
the EU needs to improve its performance in innovation.
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INFRASTRUCTURE: NEW TEN-T POLICY
WHY
to establish a complete and integrated trans-European transport network (TEN-T),
covering all Member States and regions
providing the basis for balanced development of all transport modes
to facilitate more sustainable, more efficient and multiple choice transport
maximizing the added value of the network for Europe.
HOW
TEN-T development at 2 levels.
1.Comprehensive network: a large, basic network, the relevant existing and
planned infrastructure in the Member States.
2.Core network: strategically most important parts of TEN-T: 9 major multimodal
corridors, 2 North-South, 3 East West and 4 diagonal corridors.
– To transform East West connections
– To remove bottlenecks
– To upgrade infrastructure
– To streamline cross border transport operations (cargo and pax).
– To improve connections between different modes of transport
– To contribute to EU climate change objectives.
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EU BRUSSELS FUNDING FOR TRANSPORT
Smart, green and integrated transport, € 6 339 million funding
2014.
Programme for transport innovation under Horizon2020
First calls open 11 December 2013 to close 18 (1st stage) and 27 March
Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is the key financial instrument for financing the
TEN-T policy objectives, focused on the core transport network. € 26 billion budget
TEN-T programme, related to infrastructure and pilots. Funding for:
•Studies – to prepare project implementation to overcome early stage project difficulties,
a.o. preparatory, feasibility, evaluation and validation studies, comprehensive technical or
environmental studies and geological explorations, project development activities and
preparing the financial package;
•Works – meaning purchase, supply and installing components, systems and services,
construction and installation works and project launch. If applicable, pilot projects
•Last call under MFF 2007-2013 open mid-December 2013 to close mid-March 2014
•First call under MFF 2014-2020 expected Q2 2014.
Marco Polo successor programme (under construction)
•Funding for operations and deployment of innovative and sustainable freight transport
services, where small scale ancillary infrastructure and investments in innovative
equipment would be integral part of the projects.
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H2020: TRANSPORT
WHY
to achieve a European transport system that is resource-efficient, climate- and
environmentally-friendly, safe and seamless for the benefit of all citizens, the economy
and society.
HOW: 4 broad lines:
1.
Resource efficient transport that respects the environment
Aim: improving natural resource efficiency and reducing fossil fuel dependence.
2.
Better mobility, less congestion, more safety and security
Aim: innovative solutions for seamless, inclusive, affordable, safe, secure and
robust transport systems.
3.
Global leadership for the European transport industry
Aim: reinforce competitiveness and performance of European transport
manufacturing industries and related services (a.o. logistic processes) and retain areas of
European leadership (e.g. aeronautics).
4.
Socio-economic and behavioral research and preparatory activities for
policy making
Aim: support improved policy making to promote innovation and meet
challenges raised by transport and related societal needs.
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H2020: COUPLING RESEARCH TO INNOVATION
Calls
•Mobility for growth
•Green vehicles
•Small business and fast track innovation research for transport
•Innovation is integral part of the activities
•Projects do not just regard research, instead have broad
approach to innovation:
mixing research and technological development with
product
innovation, service innovation, social innovation,
innovation in design, business model innovation …
•Both technological & non-technological innovation
•Both incremental & disruptive innovation
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GREEN VEHICLES
Calls for proposals top-down formulated: requested research is
pre-defined.
Often obligation to participate in international consortium.
Cooperation between different disciplines is of paramount
importance.
Many opportunities for participation of SME.
Funding rates: 100% for research, 70% close-to-market project,
25% for overhead
Green vehicles calls open 11 December, deadline 28 August 2014
GV1
Next generation of competitive lithium ion batteries to meet customer expectations
GV2
Optimised and systematic energy management in electric vehicles
GV3
Future natural gas pow ertrains and components for cars and vans
GV4
Hybrid light and heavy duty vehicles
GV5
Electric tw o w heelers and new light vehicle concepts
GV7
Future natural gas pow ertrains and components for heavy duty vehicles
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MOBILITY FOR GROWTH
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Calls open 11 December, deadline 18 March 2014 1st stage, 28 August
2014 2nd stage
MG2.1 I²I – Intelligent Infrastructure
Rail
MG2.2 Smart rail services
MG2.3 New generation of rail vehicles
MG3.1 Technologies for low emission pow ertrains
MG3.2 Advanced bus concepts for increased efficiency
Road
MG3.3 Global competitiveness of automotive supply chain management
MG3.4 Traffic safety analysis and integrated approach tow ards the safety of vulnerable road users
MG3.5 Cooperative ITS for safe, congestion-free and sustainable mobility
MG.4.1 Tow ards the energy efficient and very-low emission vessel
Waterborne
MG4.2 Safer and more efficient w aterborne operations through new technologies and smarter traffic mgt
MG4.4 Advancing innovation in the Inland Waterw ays Transport sector
MG5.1 Transforming the use of conventionally fuelled vehicles in urban areas
Urban mobility
MG5.2 Reducing impacts and costs of freight and service trips in urban areas
MG5.3 Tackling urban road congestion
Logistics
MG6.1 Fostering synergies alongside the supply chain (including e.commerce)
MG6.2 De-stressing the supply chain
Intelligent
transport
systems
Infrastructure
MG7.1 Connectivity and information sharing for intelligent mobility
MG7.2 Tow ards seamless mobility addressing fragmentation in ITS deployment in Europe
MG8.1 Smarter design, construction and maintenance
MG8.4 Smart governance, netw ork resilience and streamlined delivery of infrastructure innovation
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TEN-T
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€ 11.3 billion from CEF is earmarked only for cohesion countries, to prioritize East
West connections
Projects on the defined TEN-T core corridors and/or in appointed nodal points in the
Cohesion countries need to apply for funding with TEN-T in Brussels
Also eligibility rules, closer monitoring and the application of the use-it-or-lose-it
principle apply
Type of projects
All Member States
Studies (all)
Works on
50%
Member States eligible
for Cohesion Fund
50%
Cross border
Bottleneck
40%
30%
80-85%
Other projects of common interest
20%
80-85%
Cross border
40%
80-85%
Bottleneck
30%
80-85%
Other projects of common interest
20%
80-85%
Inland transport connections to ports and airports (rail and road)
20%
80-85%
Development of ports
20%
80-85%
Development of multi-modal platforms
Reduce rail freight noise by retrofitting of existing rolling stock
Freight transport services
Secure parkings on road core network
Motorways of the sea
Traffic management systems
ERTMS (rail)
Other modes
Cross border road sections
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
50%
20%
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80-85%
20%
20%
20%
20%
80-85%
80-85%
80-85%
Rail
Inland waterways
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TEN-T CRITERIA
Maturity of the project
Socio-economic effects
Environmental consequences and benefits
Need to overcome financial obstacles
Soundness of the financial package
Complexity of the projects, for example due to the need to cross
natural barriers
Degree of contribution to:
continuity and interoperability of the network, capacity optimisation
improvement of service quality, safety and security
internal market and other priorities of the trans-European transport
networks
re-balancing of transport modes in favour of the most environmentally
friendly ones
Quality of the application.
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TEN-T CASES
2009-2011 Bottleneck elimination north-south artery
Motorway A2 in Maastricht (priority corridor)
Construction of a tunnel for the A2/E25 motorway running through the centre of Maastricht. A 400 m
section of the overall tunnel will be realised within this action after the preparatory works are
completed. These include the setting up the building site, deviation of the technical infrastructure,
demolishment of parts of housing estates and construction of a temporary road for the A2. It builds on
a predecessor project funded by the TEN-T programme which studied the feasibility and planning of this
project. The project received over € 20 million of TEN-T funding (10% of eligible costs).
2012 Intermodal Terminal Melnik (nodal point on priority
corridor)
Works to improve the inland port of Melnik as nodal point on EU Railway 22 Athens-Sofia-BudapestWien-Praha-Nürnberg/Dresden and on the river Elbe. To stimulate combined transport, the
transhipment capability is improved (to 200,000 TEU annually, ability to receive 750 m cargo trains),
rail tracks extended to facilitate rail traffic in the port and entrance and positioning area for trucks
expanded. The project receives € 826,000 of TEN-T funding (20% of eligible costs for this project
phase).
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STRUCTURAL AND COHESION FUNDS
Managed at the level of the authorities of the Member States
Poland: 73 billion euro for the period 2014-2020
Priority areas :
Innovation
Entrepreneurship
Research & development
Motorways and expressways
Green energy
Environmentally friendly transport
IT
Science, labour market & social integration
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CHANGES IN STRUCTURAL FUNDS
MANAGEMENT?
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The funds will be distributed among 5 central programs,
one supra-regional and 16 regional
Emphasis on stimulating innovativeness of Polish
enterprises
Most support for SME companies
Subsidies for large companies to support efforts to adapt
to the requirements of the EU
Large companies impact on priority fields to receive
funding.
Plans to shift non refundable grants into fundable grants;
soft loans.
Increased role of regions: over 50% of allocated budget
managed at voivodship level.
• from Q4 2014 first calls for proposals.
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PROPOSAL FOR DISTRIBUTION EUROPEAN
FUNDS FOR NATIONAL PROGRAMMES
Źródło:MRR
PLUS ok. 28 MLD
euro na programy
regionalne
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MRR PROPOSITION TO DIVIDE EUROPEAN
FUNDS ON REGIONS (MLN EURO)
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Źródło:MRR
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PUBLIC SUPPORT LEVEL
2014-2020
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STRATEGIC GRANTS PLANNING
2015
SUCCESS
HORIZON
NEW FINANCIAL
PERSPECTIVE
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TOMORROW
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RISK ANALYSIS
PROJECT
MANAGEMENT &
APPLYING GRANT MANAGEMNT
PLANNED PROJECTS
OPERATIONAL
PROJECT
ASSISTANCE MANAGEMENT
RECOVERY
PACKAGE
IMPLEMENTATION
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CURRENTLY AVAILABLE GRANTS
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INVESTMENT PROJECTS FUNDING SOURCES
1.4 POIG
4.2 POIS
4.4 POIG
Gekon
Demonstrator
Patent Plus
Szybka ścieżka
Blue Gas
Innolot
LIFE
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OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME INNOVATIVE
ECONOMY 1.4
SOURCE:
POIG 1.4 „ Support for targeted projects”
PROGRAMME AREAS:
Conducting targeted project focused on technological or organizational actions –
alone or in cooperation with research institutions as well as by research institutions
alone at the request of entrepreneurs- till the prototype creation.
FUNDING: up to 70% of eligible costs- industrial research
up to 45% of eligible costs – development works
ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: SME
CALL TERMS: I Q 2014
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PNO is market leader in
innovation financing, with
a special focus on grants.
Our service model aims at
supporting companies,
public organizations and
partnerships in their
efforts to obtain grants
and other financial
resources for their
innovations, and at
boosting the effects of
these organizations’
innovative work.
PNO works with expert
teams, among others in
the area of Energy, Life
Sciences & Healthcare,
Logistics, High Tech and
EU grants.
www.pnocee.com
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