European Partnership

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European Partnership
The
CETPartnership

European Partnership
WHAT
:
Aims to empower the
clean energy transition
and contribute to
the EU’s goal of becoming the first
climate-neutral continent by
2050
HOW
:
by pooling national and regional RDTI funding for a broad variety
of technologies and system solutions required to make the
transition
The CETPartnership in a nutshell
The
CETPartnership

European Partnership
The CETPartnership will
foster transnational innovation ecosystems
from the very local and regional level, up to the transnational
European level, thus overcoming a fragmented European landscape.
Moreover, it intends to reach out to collaboration with funding
partners
beyond Europe
, in order to broaden the knowledge and
experience bases and introduce European solutions and stakeholders
to the global value chains.
What lies ahead
The
CETPartnership

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European Partnership
Builds on
15 years of transnational cooperation
in 9 energy relevant ERA-Nets
Build up of
trust and established practices
in:
conducting joint calls,
monitoring progress,
sharing data, information and knowledge beyond the projects
deducing strategic knowledge,
maximising the impact of funded projects and their established European and
international relationships
The
CETPartnership
Where does the CETPartnership come from?

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European Partnership
The
TRIs

European Partnership
The
TRIs
The Transition Initiatives (TRIs) are
thematic configurations
of
CETPartnership funding partners in order to work together on a
specific
Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA)
Challenge.
What is a TRI?

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European Partnership
The
TRIs
The CETPartnership has established the following
7 TRIs
which address the seven
CETPartnership RTDI Challenges as described in the Strategic Research and Innovation
Agenda (SRIA). Each of the TRIs is led by one of the CETPartnership partners, known as
the TRI Lead.
How many TRIs are there?

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European Partnership
The
TRIs
The main objetive of TRI 1 is to
develop the optimised, integrated European net-zero emissions energy
system
, where electricity distribution and transmission grids are seen as the “backbone” of the future
low-carbon energy systems with a high level of integration among all energy carrier networks, by e.g.
coupling electricity networks with gas, heating and cooling networks, supported by energy storage and
power conversion processes.
TRI 1: Integrated Net-zero-emissions Energy System
TRI 1 Lead
Michele deNigris (RSE, IT)
Michele.deNigris@rse-web.it
TRI 1 Office
Giuseppe Palazzo (RSE, IT)
TRI1@CETPartnership.eu

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The
TRIs
TRI 2’s Mission is to
develop a pool of zero-emission power technologies and solutions based on
Renewable Energy Sources
as the backbone of the future energy system, being able to deliver carbon-
neutral electricity accessible to all and to contribute to the resilience of the system.
TRI 2: Enhanced zero emission Power Technologies
TRI 2 Lead
Francesco Basile (MUR, IT)
f.basile@unibo.it
TRI 2 Office
Rachele Nocera (MUR, IT)
TRI2@cetpartnership.eu

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The
TRIs
The main aim of TRI 3 is to
provide technological cleaner solutions for storage technologies, hydrogen
and renewable fuels, CCS
(Carbon Capture and Storage)
and CCU
(Carbon Capture and Utilisation),
promoting RD&D and innovation projects until 2030, to achieve the European goal of climate neutrality
by 2050
TRI 3: Enabling Climate Neutrality with Storage Technologies,
Renewable Fuels and CCU/CCS
TRI 3 Lead
Ragnhild Rønneberg (RCN, NO)
rr@forskningsradet.no
TRI 3 Office
Aiko Nakano Hylander (SWEA, SE)
TRI3@CETPartnership.eu

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The
TRIs
The Transition Initiative Heating & Cooling (TRI4H&C) will contribute to Challenge 4 “Efficient zero-
emission Heating and Cooling Solutions”, formulated in the SRIA of the CETP. The overarching goals of
this initiative are the
provision of enhanced and improved heating and cooling technologies and
systems
for all major parts of Europe by 2030 and to enable 100% climate-neutral heating and cooling
by 2050.
TRI 4: Efficient zero emission Heating and Cooling Solutions
TRI 4 Lead
Gerdi Breembroek (RVO, NL)
info@georg.cluster.is
TRI 4 Office
Alicja Wiktoria Stokłosa
TRI4@CETPartnership.eu

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The
TRIs
The main aim of TRI 5 is to
develop and validate integrated regional and local energy systems
, that
make it possible to efficiently provide, host and utilize high shares of renewables, up to and beyond
100% in the dynamic local or regional supply by 2030. Such systems shall provide tailor-made solutions
that meet the individual regional and local requirements and demand.
TRI 5: Integrated Regional Energy Systems
TRI 5 Lead
Michael Hübner (BMK, AT)
michael.huebner@bmk.gv.at
TRI 5 Office
TRI5@CETPartnership.eu

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The
TRIs
TRI 6 aims at
developing and demonstrating a set of technical solutions for integrated industrial
energy systems that enables efficient carbon-neutral industrial production
sites and takes industrial
energy systems into development as part of the entire energy system. It focuses specifically on
integrated solutions across industries, across energy sectors and across public and private sectors.
TRI 6: Integrated Industrial Energy Systems
TRI 6 Lead
Fredrik Backman (SWEA, SE)
fredrik.backman@energimyndigheten.se
TRI 6 Office
TRI6@CETPartnership.eu

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The
TRIs
TRI 7 mission is to
provide solutions and technologies for existing and new buildings to become an
active element in the energy system
, with enhanced capability to produce, store and efficiently use
energy in the residential and non-residential sector, comprising public and commercial buildings, service
and mobility infrastructure buildings, etc.
TRI 7: Integration in the Built Environment
TRI 7 Lead
Beatriz Gómez (AEI, ES)
beatriz.gomez@aei.gob.es
TRI 7 Office
TRI7@CETPartnership.eu

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European Partnership
Calls

European Partnership
Calls
The CETPartnership enables
70 national and regional
RTDI
programme owners and managers from
32 countries
(26 EU Member
States and 5 Associated Countries and one associated partner) to
align their priorities, pool national budgets of 210 Mill EUR for
two
joint calls in 2022 and 2023
, as well as to implement annual joint
calls from 2022 to 2027
General Timeline

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European Partnership
Calls
Call 2022 Preliminary timeline
https://cetpartnership.eu/calls
More information and link to submission platform to be published on:

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Calls
The CETPartnership 2022 Call, to be
officially launched on
September 2022
,
will
be
structured
into
thematic
modules
.
Each Transition Initiative (TRI) will
develop
one or two Call modules
based on their strategic topics and
content, allowing to cover the whole
spectrum
of
their
specific
SRIA
challenges.
Call 2022 Thematic structure

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Calls
TRI1
TRI2
TRI3
TRI4
TRI5
TRI6
TRI7
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
Demonstratin
g
solutions to
enhance
system
flexibility
Tools and
methods
to
foster the
development
of the energy
system,
through
advanced
integrated
modelling
Advancing RE
technologies
for power
production
through cost
reduction
Supporting
breakthrough
R&D to
increase RE
power
technology
efficiency
CCS & CCU
technologies
to maximise
carbon
reuse in a
circular
economy, to
remove
carbon from
the energy
system
Hydrogen
and
Renewable
fuels
Heating and
cooling
;
thermal
energy
models,
technologies
and system
integration
(high and low
TRL)
Development
of integrated
local and
regional
energy
systems,
solutions
to
provide, host
and utilise
high shares of
renewables
Reduction of
industrial
emissions
;
removing
industrial
carbon
emissions from
the carbon
cycle;
integrated
energy and
resource
efficient
industrial
systems;
carbon
capture for
energy
storage
Integrate
renewable
energy
conversion
technologies
for power,
heat & cold
in
buildings
Digitalization
for planning,
construction
phase,
commissionin
g &
operation
Application &
demonstratio
n

European Partnership
Calls
Preliminary Call Module vs Funding matrix (I)
Estimated Total
Budget: +100 M€
Organisation
Acronym
Country/region
TRI1
PowerPlann
ingTools
TRI1
RESDemPow
erflex
TRI2
Advancing RE
technologies
for power
production
through cost
reduction
TRI2
Breakthrough
R&D to
increase RE
power
technologies
efficiency
TRI3
Enabling Climate
Neutrality with
Storage
Technologies,
Renewable Fuels
and CCU/CCS
TRI3
Enabling
Climate
Neutrality
with
renewable
fuels and
hydrogen
TRI4
Heating &
Cooling
TRI5
Integrated
Regional Energy
Systems for a
Resilient, Secure,
and Renewable
Energy Supply
TRI6
Industrial
energy
systems
TRI7
R&I in clean
energy
integration in
the built
environment
TRI7
Solutions to
energy
transition in
the built
environment
Austrian Research Promotion Agency
FFG
Austria
x
x
Research and Innovation Foundation
RIF
Cyprus
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Technology Agency of the Czech Republic
TA CR
Czech Republic
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme
EUDP
Denmark
x
x
x
x
x
Innovation Fund Denmark
IFD
Denmark
X
X
X
X
X
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
MKM
Estonia
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Estonian Research Council
ETAG
Estonia
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Innovaatiorahoituskeskus Business Finland
BF
Finland
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Fonds Innoveren en Ondernemen
FIO
Flanders
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Agence Nationale de la Recherche
ANR
France
x
x
x
x
x
x
Agence de la transition écologique
ADEME
France
x
x
x
X
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (on behalf of BMWK)
FZJ/PtJ
Germany
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH (on behalf of MWIDE)
FZJ/PtJ
Germany
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
General Secretariat for Research and Technology
GSRT
Greece
x
x
x
x
National Research, Development and Innovation Office
NKFIH
Hungary
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
The Icelandic Centre for Research
RANNIS
Iceland
x
x
x
Department of the Environment, Climate & Communications/Geological Survey Ireland
GSI
Ireland
x
Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
SEAI
Ireland
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Ministry of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources
IMNIEWR
Israel
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Ministero dell'Università e della Ricerca
MUR
Italy
x
x*
x
x*
x
x*
x
Ministry of Economic Development
MiSE
Italy
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Latvian Council of Science
LZP
Latvia
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania
ENMIN
Lithuania
x
x
(x)
Malta Council for Science and Technology
MCST
Malta
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

European Partnership
Calls
Preliminary Call Module vs Funding matrix (II)
Estimated Total
Budget: +100 M€
Organisation
Acronym
Country/region
TRI1
PowerPlan
ningTools
TRI1
RESDemPow
erflex
TRI2
Advancing RE
technologies
for power
production
through cost
reduction
TRI2
Breakthrough
R&D to
increase RE
power
technologies
efficiency
TRI3
Enabling Climate
Neutrality with
Storage
Technologies,
Renewable Fuels
and CCU/CCS
TRI3
Enabling
Climate
Neutrality
with
renewable
fuels and
hydrogen
TRI4
Heating &
Cooling
TRI5
Integrated
Regional Energy
Systems for a
Resilient,
Secure, and
Renewable
Energy Supply
TRI6
Industrial
energy
systems
TRI7
R&I in clean
energy
integration in
the built
environment
TRI7
Solutions to
energy
transition in
the built
environment
The Research Council of Norway
RCN
Norway
x
x
x
Pays de la Loire Region Council
RPL
Pays de la Loire
x
National Centre for Research and Development
NCBR
Poland
x
x
x
x
x
x
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
FCT
Portugal
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding
UEFISCDI
Romania
x
x
x
x
Saxon State Ministry for Science, Culture and Tourism
SMWK
Saxony
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Scottish Enterprise
SCOTENT
Scotland
x
x
x
x
x
Agencia Estatal de Investigación
AEI
Spain
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Ente Vasco de la Energía
EVE
Spain
Fundación para el fomento en Asturias de la Investigacion Cientifica Aplicada y la Tecnologia
FICYT
Spain
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
The Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology
CDTI
Spain
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Departemento de Desarrollo Económico, Sostenibilidad y Medio Ambiente. Eusko Jaurlaritza-Gobierno Vasco
EUSKADI
Spain
x
x
x
Regional Development Agency of Cantabria
SODERCAN Spain
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Swedish Energy Agency
SWEA
Sweden
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications
DETEC-SFOE Switzerland
x
x
x
x
x
Swiss National Science Foundation
SNSF
Switzerland
x
x
(x)
Dutch Research Council
NWO
The Netherlands
x
x
Netherlands Enterprise Agency
RVO
The Netherlands
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey
TUBITAK
Turkey
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Service public de Wallonie
SPW
Wallonia
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

European Partnership
Thank You