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Horizon 2020 : appels 2018

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Le 28 septembre dernier, le NCP-Wallonie organisait une séance d'information sur le contenu des appels 2018 du programme Horizon 2020.

Découvrez la présentation générale des aspects légaux, financiers et transversaux, ainsi que les présentations de certains ateliers thématiques, liés aux appels de Work Programmes 2018 :
- Big Data & Contenu & Photonics & MN Electronics ;
- Internet Technologies, IoT, Industry 4.0 & Robotics ;
- Energies vertes & smart cities ;
- Efficacité énergétique (bâtiment et industrie) ;
- Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials.

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Horizon 2020 : appels 2018

  1. 1. NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes H2020 – Appels 2016-2017 Séance plénière – Aula Magna 28/09/2017
  2. 2. Appels connus Deadlines : très proches Consortia en préparation Places limitées 2 Prochains appels : c’est demain 15:14
  3. 3. Agenda - 3 - Principes généraux des programmes européens Les différentes opportunités Accompagnement et conseils NCP Wallonie : impact et voie active Financement transversaux : SME Instrument & FTI Point pratiques
  4. 4. Notre cadre d’activités NCP Wallonie = LE spécialiste wallon des programmes européens R&D&I Neutralité Programmes de recherche européens - 4 -
  5. 5. 04/07/2017 5 Pierre Fiasse/ European Project Developer Nano, Materials, Transport & Aero, Legal & Financial, Coordination Géraldine Dupin/ European Project Developer Environment, Energy & Space, SME Emilie Etoundi/ European Project Developer Health, Biotechnology, Agriculture & Food André Pirlet/ European Project Developer ICT & Security Sylvia Gaspard/ Marketing & Statistics Specialist Marine Van Den Bossche/ Communication
  6. 6. Programmes européens de R, D & I - 6 - - Collaboratif (min 3*) & International (min 3*) - R,D & Innovation - Ambition de niveau international - Compétitif
  7. 7. Pourquoi y participer ? - 7 - Développer votre business Développer vos compétences Gagner en visibilité Levier financier Développer votre équipe
  8. 8. Programmes européens de R, D & I - 8 - 1 Appel à projet / an consortium proposition évaluation Retenu pour financement
  9. 9. Agenda - 9 - Principes généraux des programmes européens Les différentes opportunités Accompagnement et conseils NCP Wallonie : impact et voie active Financement transversaux : SME Instrument & FTI Point pratiques
  10. 10. Portefeuille de programmes Horizon 2020
  11. 11. Programme H2020 trois priorités - 11 -
  12. 12. Programme H2020 trois priorités - 12 -
  13. 13. Horizon 2020 Eléments Clés (Pilier 2 et 3) Innovation Transfert to end users : demonstrators, clinical study End users – Value Chain actors = part of consortia Project’s type 5-8 M€, 5 -15 partenaires Tendances 2018-20 : • Plus gros projets • Révolution numérique est partout • Lump Sum Horizon 2020  EU Commission  70 b€, 2014-2020  Top – Down / Bottom up H2020
  14. 14. Stratégie H2020 / Innovation Innovation - Transfert des résultats A B C Décrire la période après projet Draft Exploitation plan/ business plan Projet
  15. 15. Horizon-2020 Schémas de financement RIA - 100% (Research & Innovation Action) IA – 70% (Innovation Action) CSA – 100% (Coordination & Support Action) SME-Ins (Phase-2) – 70% FTI – 70% (Fast Track to Innovation) - 15 - 1 projet = 1 même taux pour tous les partenaires RIA, IA, CSA : prédifinis dans l’appel Exception : Non Profit Organisations : tjrs 100%
  16. 16. H2020 : chaine valeur R&I 16 Briques technos Phase labo/ proto Demo / Transfert • Universités • Centre Recherche • Universités • Centre Recherche • Entrepr. high-tech Projet IAProjet RIA • Entreprises / Acteurs Sectoriels • End-users / Utilisateurs
  17. 17. Subsides financiers H2020 - 17 - 80 k€ 20 k€ 25 % 100 k€ + 25 k€ = 125 k€ Exception : non profit organisation à 100% * 70% = 87,5 k€ * 100% = 125 k€ coûts personnel autres coûts directs coûts indirects
  18. 18. Agenda - 18 - Principes généraux des programmes européens Les différentes opportunités Accompagnement et conseils NCP Wallonie Financement transversaux : SME Instrument & FTI Point pratiques
  19. 19. Principaux scénarii - 19 - J’ai une compétence à proposer Identifier les bons partenaires Vous inscrire dans un « réseau » On me propose de joindre un projet Vous informer Vous rassurer Vous aider à vous positionner Je veux monter un projet Vous accompagner à chaque étape : choix du programme Règles de participation Partenariat relecture
  20. 20. Méthodologie/ Stratégie de particpation - 20 - Information Draft appel Identification Topic Rôle/ Chaine R&D Consortium Rédaction Wallons : • 90% Partenaires • 10% coordinateurs Consultants &/or Coaching NCP-Wallonie
  21. 21. Méthodologie/ Stratégie de participation - 21 - Information Draft appel Identification Topic Rôle/ Chaine R&D Consortium Rédaction Wallons : • 90% Partenaires • 10% coordinateurs Stratégie : trouver coordinateur 1er plan 1° Votre réseau 2° Bases données projets EU 3° Brokerage Events & Infodays 4° Recherches de partenaires http://www.nmpteam.eu/ …
  22. 22. Agenda - 22 - Principes généraux des programmes européens Les différentes opportunités Accompagnement et conseils NCP Wallonie : impact et voie active Financement transversaux : SME Instrument & FTI Point pratiques
  23. 23. Fast Track to Innovation - 23 -
  24. 24. 24
  25. 25. Agenda - 25 - Principes généraux des programmes européens Les différentes opportunités Accompagnement et conseils NCP Wallonie : impact et voie active Financement transversaux : SME Instrument & FTI Point pratiques
  26. 26. En Pratique - 26 - Networking lunch et networking café Respect des sessions en cours Foyer du Lac Biereau Bruyère Hocaille Thématique Thématique Thématique Thématique 9h-09h30 Horizon 2020 9h40-10h25 e-Santé Energies vertes & Smart Cities Space FoF-SPIRE 10h35-11h20 Santé Efficacité énergétique & Energy Efficient Building Big data et contenu & Photonics & Micro-Nano electronics 11h30-12h15 Agriculture, Economie rurale et Agroalimentaire Internet technologies (& IoT) & Industry 4.0 & Robotics Nano Mat Prod 12h25-13h10 Economie Bio-basée - Biotec Climat, environnement, matières premières, CIRC 5G & Security (including Cybersecurity) Transport
  27. 27. Merci de votre attention - 27 - Contact NCP Wallonie: Pierre FIASSE Tél : +32 (0) 10.47.19.49 pierre.fiasse@ncpwallonie.be www.ncpwallonie.be
  28. 28. Programme H2020 trois priorités
  29. 29. Excellent Science European Research Council (ERC) Natacha Wittorski Future and Emerging Technologies Nadège Ricaud Marie Skłodowska- Curie Nadège Ricaud Infrastructures Nadège Ricaud Industrial Leadership LEIT : ICT, Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, and Biotechnology , Space Access to risk finance Innovation in SMEs Societal Challenges Health, demographic change and wellbeing Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research, and the Bioeconomy Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials Europe in a changing world - inclusive, innovative and reflective societies Natacha Wittorski Secure societies - protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens Spreading excellence and widening participation Science with and for Society Natacha Wittorski EIT JRC Euratom
  30. 30. Pilier 1 - Excellent Science Conseil européen de la recherche - ERC Session d’information 23/10 matin - Bruxelles http://www.h2020-info-session-on-erc.be/
  31. 31. Pilier 1 - Excellent Science Technologies futures et émergentes - FET FET-Open : RIA  collaboratif!
  32. 32. Pilier 1 - Excellent Science Actions Marie Skłodowska-Curie - MSCA Opportunités pour entreprises ! • IF: panel Society&Enterprise • réseaux ITN / RISE: session d’information 16/10 apm - Bruxelles http://www.h2020-info-session- on-msca.be/ • remboursement 100%
  33. 33. NCP coordinator / L&F: Natacha Wittorski 02 504 93 09 ncp@frs-fnrs.be www.ncp.fnrs.be @NCP_frsFNRS
  34. 34. Horizon-2020 appels 2018-2020 Atelier Big Data & Contenu & Photonics & MN Electronics André PIRLET
  35. 35. Mise en garde Les informations communiquées n’ont pas encore été adoptées par la Commission Européenne; elles constituent des visions préliminaires des services de la Commission 26/04/2016 - 2 -
  36. 36. BDVA - 3 -
  37. 37. BDVA Currently
  38. 38. HPC, Big Data & Cloud - 5 - ICT-11-2018-19 : HPC and Big Data enabled Large-scale Test-beds and Applications ICT-12-2018-2020 : Big Data technologies and extreme-scale analytics ICT-13-2018-19 : Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy ICT-14-2019 : Co-designing Extreme Scale Demonstrators (EsD) ICT-15-2019-2020 : Cloud Computing ICT-16-2018 : Software Technologies DT-ICT-05-2020 : Big Data Innovation Hubs DT-ICT-11-2019 : Big Data solutions for energy (mainly electricity)
  39. 39. Call ICT-11 2018-2019 - 6 - ICT-11 : HPC and Big-Data enabled Large-scale Test-beds and Applications a) Deadline Avril 2018 : massive amounts of diverse big data from multiple players : emphasis on standards and interoperability, for highly demanding use cases b) Deadline November 2018 : data flows from very large number of sources // demonstration of innovation and large value creation/ emphasis on using the cloud to provide secure access and secure provisioning of highly demanding data use cases IA 50/40 M€ AVRI/NO V 2018 +/- 15 M€ 4-7
  40. 40. Call ICT-12 2018 - 7 - ICT-12 – 2018 : Big Data technologies and extreme-scale analysis a) RIA addressing industrial and/or SC : architectures for managing BD, extreme-scale analytics, novel visulization techniques, using data assets b) CSA including the European Network of National Big Data Centre of Excellence (1 M€ ) RIA/ CSA 30 M€ AVR 2018 3-6 M€ 4-6
  41. 41. Call ICT-13 2018 - 8 - ICT-13-2018 : Supporting the emergence of data markets and the data economy a) RIA : securing desired levels of privacy of personal data & confidentiality of commercial data, including when combined from multiple owners b) CSA : coordination with related initiatives (via BDVA) and addressing data skills gap (3 M€) RIA/CS A 10 M€ AVR 2018 4-6 M€ 4-7
  42. 42. Call ICT-14 2019 - 9 - ICT-14-2019 Co-designing Extreme Scale Demonstrators (EsD) NB : demonstrate in operational environments successful integration of technology building blocks into world-class EsD RIA on EsD for ambitious data and HPC applications, with potential for being commercialised, and with large integration of previous projects. Ambitious applications for real users should address Big Data and extreme scale computing challenges. RIA 80 M€ NOV 2018 20-40 M€ 4-7
  43. 43. Call ICT-16 2018 - 10 - ICT-16-2018 : Software Technologies Intro : need for novel generic software & tools + domain specific ones (with better exploitation of existing code bases) a) RIA for integrated programming models & techniques , addressing: - Code and resources (data, computing and networking) abstraction - Advanced software systems development : programming models models must become more « abstract » and easier to use b) IA on development platforms to ensure SW quality and reusability c) CSA (0,4 – 0,6 M€) RIA/IA/ CSA 10/9 M€ AVR 2018 3-5 M€ 4-7
  44. 44. Call ICT-11-2019 - 11 - ICT-11-2019 Big data solutions for energy IA targeting large-scale pilot test-beds for BD application in electricity sector : increase the efficiency and reliability of the operation of the electricity network / de-risk investments in energy efficiency/ increasing the use of renewable energy / improving availability of BD and BD management and analysis facilities IA 40 M€ NOV 2018 10 M€ 4-7
  45. 45. Contenu : cross-cutting activities - 12 - ICT-32-2018 : STARTS – The Arts stimulating innovation ICT-33-2019 : Startup Europe for Growth and Innovation Radar ICT-34-2018-2019 : Pre-Commercial Procurement « open » ICT-35-2018 : Fintech : Support to experimentation frameworks and regulatory compliance
  46. 46. Call ICT-32 2018 - 13 - ICT-32-2018 : STARTS – The Arts stimulating innovation NB : STARTS stands for Science, Technology & the Arts a) RIA on STARTS lighthouse pilots, addressing : - art-inspired interactive hman-centred environments : combining digital objects and media & AR, with creativity, leading to unexpected solutions - art-inspired urban manufacturing (small scale) : revival of urban space and unexpected products & services NB : possibility of grants to third parties b) CSA : coordination of RIA above with other projects (1 M€) RIA/ CSA 8 M€ AVR 2018 4 M€ 4-6
  47. 47. Call ICT-34 2018 - 14 - ICT – 34 – 2018 : Pre-Commercial Procurement open Proposals aiming at areas of public sector interest requiring Innovative ICT based solutions (all domains). Need to demonstrate sustainability of action beyong the life of the project ! Targeting consortia of procurers, removing obstacles for introducing innovative solutions to be procured into the market. PCP 6 M€ AVR 2018 6 M€ 4-7
  48. 48. Call ICT-35 2018 - 15 - ICT-35-2018 : Fintech: support to experimentation frameworks and regulatory compliance CSA aiming at investigating innovative Fintech solutions and providing advice to firms for growing, helping start-ups appraising regulatory issues, use of blockchain technologies…. CSA 2.5 M€ AVR 2018 2.5 M€ 4-6
  49. 49. Acteurs Clés 24/09/2015 - 16 - Top 5 proposers FRAUNHOFER ATOS SPAIN SA UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA DE MADRID INSTITUTO DE ENGENHARIA DE SISTEMAS E COMPUTADORES DO PORTO DFKI Top 5 funded FRAUNHOFER AGT GROUP (R&D) NATIONAL CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH "DEMOKRITOS DFKI IBM IRELAND LIMITED
  50. 50. Photonics - 17 - ICT-03-2018-2019 : Photonics Manufacturing Pilot Lines for Photonic Components and Devices : a) Indium Phosphide b) Silicon Photonics c) next generation optics d) optical medical diagnostics : ICT-04-2018 : Photonics based manufacturing, access to photonics, datacom photonics and connected lighting : IA : a) advanced photonics for researchers b) datacom photonics products c) connected lighting ; RIA : a) laser systems for fast materials processing b) laser-based manufacturing ; ICT-05-2019 : Application driven Photonics components : IA a) monitoring therapeutic progress b) sensor-based optimization of Production Processes RIA : a) optical interconnect applications b) photonics & advanced imaging to support diagnostics driven therapy c) CSA DT-ICT-04-2020 : Photonics Innovation Hubs
  51. 51. Call ICT-03 2018 - 18 - ICT-03-2018 : Photonics Manufacturing Pilot Lines for Photonic Components and Devices NB : open access to manufacturing of advanced photonics components & systems IA must address one or more of : - Indium Phosphide in integrated circuits - Silicon Photonics in IC, offering generic solutions for a wide class of applications IA 30 M€ AVR 2018 8-15 M€ 4-7
  52. 52. Call ICT-04 2018 - 19 - ICT-04-2018 : Photonics based manufacturing, access to photonics, Datacom photonics and connected lighting a) IA, with focus on : - Access to advanced photonics for researchers : access to technology platforms and services - Enabling automated mass-manufacturing of datacom photonics products - Connected Lighting b) RIA on : *) Highly Productive Ultra-Short Laser Systems for Fast Materials Processing *) Tailored Laser Beams for Laser-based Manufacturing IA/RI A 25/30 M€ AVR 2018 3-6 M€ 4-6
  53. 53. Electronics - 20 - ICT-02-2018 : Flexible and Wearable Electronics : ICT-06-2019 : Unconventional Nanoelectronics (computing components) ICT-07-2018 : Electronic Smart Systems (ESS) DT-ICT-01-2019 : Smart Anything Everywhere Hub (SAE)
  54. 54. Call ICT-02 2018 - 21 - ICT-02-2018 Flexible and wearable Electronics NB : need to fabricate lightweight, flexible, printed and multi-functional electronic products Proposals addressing one or more of these topics : - Enhancing manufacturability : multi-functional components, processes for large-scale fabrication, mass-customisation, textile compatibility.. - Integration technologies : new concepts for energy+data storage, new interconnection technologies.. - Device demonstration NB : see also relevant call DT-NMBP-18-2019.. RIA 30 M€ AVR 2018 2-4 M€ 4-6
  55. 55. Call ICT-07-2018 - 22 - ICT-07-2018 : Electronic Smart Systems (ESS) NB : multi-modal sensing, advanced processing, secure wireless… a) RIA adressing each only one of these topics : - Technological breakthroughs for future ESS : micro and nano sensor and actuator systems (ultra-high sensitivity & low power) / help for rapid reconfiguration of IoT edge - Advances in bio-electronics smart systems : needs of users should be clearly addressed b) IA on Access to Nanoelectronics and ESS : access to advanced design + Rapid prototyping for SMEs and deployment to market c) CSA (1 M€) RIA/ IA/ CSA 39/8 M€ AVR 2018 2-4/8 M€ 4-7
  56. 56. Platforms and Pilots - 23 - DT-ICT-06-2018 : CSA for Digital Innovation Hub network DT-ICT-08-2019 : Agricultural digital integration platforms DT-ICT-09-2020 : Digital service platforms for rural economies DT-ICT-10-2019-2020 : Interoperable and smart homes and grids DT-ICT-12-2020 : The smart hospital of the future DT-ICT-13-2019 : Digital Platforms/Pilots Horizontal Activities : CSA (1 or 2 M €)
  57. 57. Call DT-ICT-08-2019 - 24 - DT-ICT-08-2019 Agricultural digital integration platforms IA Pilots should address all these aspects : - Building platforms integrating technologies like IoT, cloud, photonics, robotics.. + wide adoption of interoperable standards - High precision data capturing and data sharing, with low maintenance, robust communication systems, AI, … - Developing decision support systems : benchmarking of productivity of farms, of sustainability performance… IA 30 M€ NOV 2018 15 M€ 4-6
  58. 58. Call DT-ICT-10-2018-2019 - 25 - DT-ICT-10-2018-2019 Interoperable and smart homes and grids IA to exploit BD and IoT reference models for services for home or building comfort and energy management Development of interoperability and data sharing, need for further standardisation and legislation , management of HVAC, … Will involve financial support to third parties for the incorporation of users in the pilots. The selected project shall cover the whole value chain : appliance manufacturers, ICT suppliers, energy service companies,…. IA 30 M€ NOV 2018 30 M€ 4-6
  59. 59. Et maintenant - 26 -
  60. 60. SC1 Health - 27 - 16 calls en e-Santé : voir présentation ad hoc ! 1 4 / 0 3 / 2 0 1 7
  61. 61. SC4 Transport - 28 - MG-4.1-2019: An inclusive digitally interconnected transport system meeting users' needs Other Calls related to automatic driving (see section related to IoT) 1-3 M€ RIA 2 stages4 - 7
  62. 62. Retroplanning - 29 - 17/04/2018Aujourd’hui 31/10/2017
  63. 63. ICT Proposers Day : 9-10/11/2017 : BUDAPEST Option A : y aller en personne pour pêcher les bonnes offres et agrandir son réseau Option B : bien communiquer mes desiderata au NCP pour la recherche de telles offres et bons contacts 29/09/2015 - 30 -
  64. 64. Merci pour votre attention ! Questions ? André PIRLET Andre.pirlet@ncpwallonie.be 24/09/2015
  65. 65. Horizon-2020 appels 2018-2020 Atelier Internet Technologies, IoT, Industry 4.0 & Robotics André PIRLET
  66. 66. Mise en garde Les informations communiquées n’ont pas encore été adoptées par la Commission Européenne; elles constituent des visions préliminaires des services de la Commission 26/04/2016 - 2 -
  67. 67. Programme H2020 trois priorités - 3 -
  68. 68. Next Generation Internet - 4 - ICT-24-2018-2019 : NGI – An Open Internet Initiative ICT-25-2018-2020 : Interactive Technologies (AR/VR/ …) ICT-26-2018-2020 : Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform ICT-27-2018-2020 : Internet of Things (IoT) ICT-28-2018: Future Hyper-connected Sociality ICT-29-2018 : A multilingual Next Generation Internet ICT- 30 – 2019-2020 : An empowering, inclusive NGI ICT-31-2018-2019 : EU-US collaboration on NGI :
  69. 69. NGI & IoT Acteur Clefs - 5 - Top funded ARM LIMITED FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY HELLAS BARCELONA SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER IBM IRELAND FRAUNHOFER OFFIS THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY OF BELFAST Bull SAS PANEPISTIMIO THESSALIAS CEA THALES SA Top proposers BARCELONA SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER THALES SA EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH RUHR-UNIVERSITAT BOCHUM INSTITUTE OF COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS CEA INRIA
  70. 70. Challenge Future Internet - 6 -
  71. 71. Call ICT-24-2018 - 7 - ICT-24 : Next Generation Internet – an Open Internet Initiative NB : giving control back to the users to increase trust in the Internet a) RIAs focussing support on third party projects (academia, hi-tech start-up and SMEs): coaching, mentoring and financial support. Selection of relevant use cases (with rsearch) that can be brought quickly to the market, among : - Privacy and trust enhancing technologies - Decentralized data governance (cf blockchain technology) - Discovery and identification technologies (personalised info retrieval) b) CSA (2-3 M€) RIA/ CSA 21,5 M€ AVR2018 +/- 7 M€ 4-7
  72. 72. Call ICT-25-2018 - 8 - ICT-25 : Interactive Technologies : AR & VR a) RIA (deadline Nov 2018) : - exploitation of multi-user interactions with AR & VR - Developing future interactive systems offering higher quality experiences (with mobile systems, additional senses, higher accuracy, …) b) CSA , resulting in a unique access point for innovators, SMEs and industrial companies interested in AR & VR (3 M€) RIA/ CSA 20 M€ AV/NOV 2018 2-4 M€ 4-7
  73. 73. Call ICT-26 2018 - 9 - ICT-26 : Artificial Intelligence (building a platform !) RIA : focussing on European users, especially from non-tech sectors, in need of AI. Will include following activities : - Mobilising the European AI commmunity - Defining sustainable processes & structures & SW infrastructure - Filling important technology gaps - Gathering user requirements - Comprehensive service layer - New user domains and boosting use of the platform - Developing a SR and Innov Agenda for AI RIA 20 M€ AVR 2018 20 M€ 4-6
  74. 74. Call ICT-27 2018 - 10 - ICT-27 : Internet of Things CSA evaluating security and privacy concepts in on-going and new European projects + trend scouting for future reseach and innovation Policy + defining research roadmap CSA 1,5 M€ AVR 2018 1.5 M€ 4-7
  75. 75. Call ICT-28-2018 IA - 11 - ICT-28-2018 IA Future Hyper-connected Sociality Analysing and building the foundation of next generation social Media Platforms towards a « global Social Sphere ». In « Trustful and Secure Data Ecosystem for Social Media and Media », proposals are invited for one of these topics : a) Content verification b) Secure Data Ecosystem IA 10 M€ AVR 2018 2,5-5 M€ 4-7
  76. 76. Call ICT-28-2018 RIA/CSA - 12 - ICT-28-2018 RIA/CSA Future Hyper-connected Sociality Analysing and building the foundation of next generation social Media Platforms towards a « global Social Sphere ». In « Trustful and Secure Data Ecosystem for Social Media and Media », proposals are invited for this topic : - Support of new Social Media initiatives One CSA to cover Support of social Media ecosystem community building RIA/ CSA 10 M€ AVR 2018 5 M€ 4-7
  77. 77. Call ICT-29-2018 RIA - 13 - ICT-29-2018 A multilingual Next Generation Internet The actions shall advance the state of the art in Human Language Technologies through well-identified mission-oriented challenges involving researchers and industrial users of language technologies. The projects shall create a sustainable ecosystem of multilingual applications and services tailored for the specific needs of the adressed sector. RIA 18 M€ AVR 2018 3 M€ 4-7
  78. 78. Call ICT-29-2018 IA - 14 - ICT-29-2018 IA A multilingual Next Genaration Internet The actions will address technological challenges (for language Resources and interoperable language tools). These actions will push research results to those who need them and support technology transfer and breakthroughs. IA 7 M€ AVR 2018 7 M€ 4-7
  79. 79. Industry 4.0 - 15 - ICT-01-2019 : Computing technologies and engineering methods for cyber-physical systems of systems ICT-08-2019 : Security and resilience (cyber-security) for collaborative manufacturing environments DT-ICT-03-2020 : I4MS (phase 4) – uptake of digital game changers and digital manufacturing platforms DT-ICT-07-2018-2019 : Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories + voir les appels FoF (Factories of the Future) en NMBP
  80. 80. Call DT-ICT-07-2018 IA/CSA - 16 - DT-ICT-07-2018 IA Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories Need to develop and establish platforms for the connected smart production facilities of the future including their supply chains… In 2018, proposals should target at least one of the following challenges : -1 Agile Value Networks -2 Excellence in manufacturing : zero-defect processes and products One CSA to cross-fertilise the Industrial Platform communities. IA/ CSA 48 M€ AVR 2018 16 M€ 4-7
  81. 81. Robotics - 17 - ICT-09-2019-2020 : Robotics in Application Areas ICT-10-2019-2020 : Robotics Core Technologies DT-ICT-02-2018 : Robotics – Digital Innovation Hubs
  82. 82. Call DT-ICT-02-2018 - 18 - DT-ICT-02-2018 Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories a) IAs should address these 4 Priority Application Areas : - Healthcare - Infrastructure Inspection and Maintenance - Agri-Food - Agile Production Includes support to third parties (SMEs) in digital transformation (at least 50 % of funding) b) CSA : setting a Central Robotics Digital Innovation Hub : 2 M€ IA/CSA 64 M€ AVR 2018 16 M€ 4-7
  83. 83. Retroplanning - 19 - 17/04/2018Aujourd’hui 09-10/11/2017 24/09/2015
  84. 84. ICT Proposers Day ICT Proposers Day : 9-10/11/2017 : BUDAPEST Option A : y aller en personne pour pêcher les bonnes offres et agrandir son réseau Option B : bien communiquer mes desiderata au NCP pour la recherche de telles offres et bons contacts 29/09/2015 - 20 -
  85. 85. Merci pour votre attention ! Questions ? André PIRLET Andre.pirlet@ncpwallonie.be
  86. 86. Les opportunités dans les énergies vertes et les Smart Cities Horizon-2020 appels 2018 Les slides seront disponibles sur le site web du NCP-Wallonie Géraldine DUPIN Les informations communiquées n’ont pas encore été adoptées par la Commission Européenne; elles constituent des visions préliminaires des services de la Commission
  87. 87. - 2 - Cross- cutting activities 28/09/2017
  88. 88. Societal Challenge 3 - 3 - SC3 “Secure, clean and efficient energy” Call 1: Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: secure, clean and efficient energy 1. Energy efficiency 2. Global leadership in renewables 3. Smart and clean energy for consumers 4. Smart citizen-centred energy system 5. Smart cities and communities 6. Enabling near-zero CO2 emissions from fossil fuel power plants and carbon intensive industries Call 2: Transforming the energy sector through digitisation Other actions & cross-cutting issues 28/09/2017 540,30M€ (2018)
  89. 89. Societal Challenge 3 - 4 - Horizon-2020 SC3 – Projets avec des Wallons Cheap and efficient application of reliable ground source heat exchangers and pumps New process for efficient CO2 capture by innovative adsorbents based on modified graphene aerogels and MOF materials
  90. 90. Global leadership in renewables - 5 -28/09/2017 Create an EU industrial renewable energy sector which is economically sustainable and competitive in European and global markets in the long-term Cost-reductions, performance improvements & large-scale deployment worldwide Off-shore wind energy, next generation of solar photovoltaics, ocean energy, concentrated solar power, deep geothermal energy and bioenergy • Next renewable energy solutions • Renewable energy solutions for implementation at consumer scale • Renewable fuels for transport • Market uptake support
  91. 91. Global leadership in renewables - 6 -28/09/2017 “ Next renewable energy solutions” actions ↳ Identify renewable energy breakthrough that will feed the innovation cycle and become the basis of the next generation of EU technologies
  92. 92. Global leadership in renewables - 7 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-2-2018: Disruptive innovation in clean energy technologies →Take exceptionally promising and innovative energy solutions with high potential impact to real breakthrough and market application. ↳Demonstration of clear technology development roadmap ↳Strong exploitation plan (business opportunities & potential impact) Photovoltaic windows • « transparent » • Economically viable PV cells  integration in building applications • Lifetime and conversion efficiency of commercial PV modules • Prototype Bionic leaf technology • Renewable fuel production through biological conversion of CO2 and renewable hydrogen with inorganic catalysts • Solar energy ⇒ split water molecules • Bacteria: H2 & CO2 consumption ⇒fuel • Advance the overall efficiency of the process for existing or new biosynthetic systems: 10%↦ 15% • Improving the engineering of bacteria and their interface with the catalysts 2-3 M€ 19/04/2018 4 projets RIA 35
  93. 93. Global leadership in renewables - 8 -28/09/2017 “Renewable energy solutions for implementation at consumer scale” actions ↳ depending on the number of consumers involved: range from individual and residential buildings to industrial sites and district systems ↳ holistic consideration of consumer energy needs, from electricity generation to heating and cooling services ↳ develop near-zero fossil energy solutions for buildings and districts ↳ significant part of energy to be consumed at place of production ⇒ foster emergence of energy prosumers ⇒ consumer participation into the energy transformation
  94. 94. Global leadership in renewables - 9 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-4-2018: Renewable energy system integrated at the building scale Increased penetration of renewable energy mix and the decarbonisation of the heating sector  Energy Union Strategy Solutions integrating several technologies; highest share of renewable energy • Provide a combination of different renewable energy technologies to cover the highest possible share of electricity, heating and cooling needs of a multi-family residential or commercial or public or industrial building • Take into account users’ and installers’ needs & requirements • SSH 2-5 M€ 31/01/2018 23/08/2018 5-13 projets RIA 3-4  4-5
  95. 95. Global leadership in renewables - 10 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-5-2018: Increased performance of technologies for local heating and cooling solutions Reduce the use of primary energy for both heating and cooling in residential and commercial buildings by making renewable, local energy technologies more performant and more cost- efficient. Cover one or more of the following aspects: • Optimisation of the different components of a renewable heating and cooling system • Development of tools and systems to optimize the design and monitoring of the different components of a heating and cooling system • Development of integrated control systems for smart operation of a heating and cooling system • Both residential and commercial buildings  10-20% performance increase of available heat/cold And/or  Reduction in the investment and operation costs ↳ Reduce dependence on fossil energy for heat and cooling in buildings 3-10 M€ 13/02/2018 1-3 projets IA 5-6  6-7
  96. 96. Global leadership in renewables - 11 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-6-2018: Demonstrate significant cost reduction for Building Integrated PV (BIPV) solutions BIPV ↔ multiple functions: mechanical rigidity, weather impact protection, energy economy, fire and noise protection… Control system for building management functions, grid feeding, self consumption, local storage • New BIPV product concepts and cost-efficient production techniques reducing costs by 75% by 2030 (compared to 2015) • Demonstration of these concepts into a BIPV energy system that guarantees the building functionalities and energy needs • Address standardization issues • Multidisciplinary consortia including PV industry; building materials industry; certification bodies; market actors Implementation of policies towards Zero-Energy Buildings  Diversification of the European PV manufacturing industry 6-10 M€ 13/02/2018 3-5projets IA 5-6  6-7
  97. 97. Global leadership in renewables - 12 -28/09/2017 “Renewable fuels for transport” actions ↳ reduce capital and operational costs Increase reliability Provide flexibility to the energy sytem Solutions implemented where the renewable energy is inserted into the network, is to be transmitted and distributed to the end user and not, or only used for self consumption
  98. 98. Global leadership in renewables - 13 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-11-2018: Developing solutions to reduce the cost and increase performance of renewable technologies Achieve or maintain global leadership in renewable energy technology ⇒ affordable solutions cost reduction One or more of following issues: • Floating wind: reliable, sustainable and cost efficient anchoring and mooring systems, dynamic cabling; installation techniques and O&M concepts • Onshore wind: rotor, generator, druive train & support structures • Ocean: tidal energy devices with behavioural modelling ⇒ extended lifetime & high resistance • Geothermal: drilling technologies  cost effectively depths 5km and/or T°C >250°C • CSP: linear focusing and point focusing technologies • Hydropower: novel components for hydraulic & electrical machinert • Bioenergy: small & medium-scale combined heat and power (CHP) from biomass Lower environmental impact; socio acceptance or resistance Reduction of CAPEX and/or OPEX of energy generation ⇒ competing fossil fuel sources 2-5M€ 31/01/2018 23/08/2018 6-15 projets RIA 3-4  4-5
  99. 99. Global leadership in renewables - 14 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-12-2018: Demonstrate highly performant renewable technologies for combined heat and power (CHP) generation and their integration in the EU’s energy system One or more issues to be tackled Biomass based combined heat and power (CHP) • Demonstration of technically feasible and cost-effective installation of medium to large- scale sustainable biomass feedstock CHP via retrofitting of existing fossil-fuel driven CHP or power plants >10 MW electrical • Demonstrate cost benefits of transformation over new biomass-based CHP installations • Commercial operation after the end of the project Geothermal • Flexible and/or more efficient geothermal plants units to respond to variable heat and power demand • Add heat storage to geothermal plants and/or other auxiliary heat sources (e.g. biomass, solar thermal) to geothermal sources Propose either more flexible and/or more efficient geothermal plants Not necessary to associate other renewable heat sources to geothermal 15-20 M€ 13/02/2018 1-2 projets IA 5  7-8
  100. 100. Global leadership in renewables - 15 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-13-2018: Demonstrate solutions that significantly reduce the cost of renewable power generation Allow electricity produced from renewable sources other than PV and onshore wind to penetrate widely in the EU energy mix ⇔ cost reduction to a competitive level. a) Offshore wind: new manufacturing, installation and/or O&M techniques, new materials; Whole value chain ⇔ also dismantling, recycling and retrofitting; Health & environmental impacts b) Deep geothermal: limit the production of emissions and/or to condense and re-inject gases c) CSP: demonstration in operational environment of CSP solutions based on novel heat transfer fluids and/or of solutions which make an innovative use of a heat transfer fluid already used in other CSP applications 15-20 M€ 13/02/2018 2-3 projets IA 5  7
  101. 101. Global leadership in renewables - 16 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-21-2018: Development of next generation biofuels and alternative renewable fuel technologies for road transport Further development and market penetration of biofuel and renewable fuels ⇒increased competitiveness • Next generation non-food/feed drop-in biofuel and alternative renewable fuel technologies for energy and transport • Performances improvement: conversion efficiency, cost and feedstock supply, end use compatibility • Targets: • Liquid diesel- and gasoline-like biofuels from biogenic residues and wastes through chemical, biochemical and/or thermochemical pathways • Liquid gasoline-like biofuels through biogenic upgrading of biogas 3-5 M€ 13/02/2018 5-8 projets RIA 3-4  5
  102. 102. Global leadership in renewables - 17 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-22-2018: Demonstration of cost effective advanced biofuel pathways in retrofitted existing industrial installations Commercialization of advanced biofuels depends on up-scaling of technologies ↳Overcome high cost & high risk of installation of industrial plants for advanced biofuels ⇒ Demonstrate cost-efficient advanced biofuel pathways which improve economic viability & reduce capital expenditure (CAPEX) & operating expenses (OPEX). • Retrofitting of existing industrial installations with necessary innovation specific to the proposed advanced biofuel pathway • Installations targeted: in first generation biofuel sites, pulp and paper industry or in existing fossil refineries ⇒ Integration through upgrade with innovative solutions ⇒ production of advanced biofuels at scale of a few 1000 tons • Demonstrate economic feasibility, socio-economic benefits • Provide information about expected CAPEX & OPEX improvements 8-10 M€ 05/04/2018 2 projets IA 5  7
  103. 103. Global leadership in renewables - 18 -28/09/2017 “Market uptake support” actions
  104. 104. Global leadership in renewables - 19 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-RES-28-2018-2019-2020: Market Uptake support Increased share of renewable energy consumed in the EU & more active role for the consumers introduction and deployment at large scale of new and improved technologies ↳ Number of challenges: cost, consumer acceptance, legal & financial barriers ⇒ Tackle different issues to develop solutions which can be easily implemented for overcoming barriers to the broad deployment of renewable energy solutions. 1-3 M€ 13/02/2018 5 projets CSA
  105. 105. 28/09/2017 - 20 - Budget # projets financés Deadline LC-SC3-RES-1-2019-2020: Developing the next generation of renewable energy technologies RIA 2-5M€ 4-10 16.10.2018 25.04.2019 LC-SC3-RES-7-2019: Solar energy in Industrial Processes RIA 3-5M€ 2-3 27.08.2019 LC-SC3-RES-8-2019: Combining Renewable Technologies for a Renewable District Heating and/or Cooling System IA 8-15M€ 1 11.12.2018 LC-SC3-RES-14-2019: Optimising manufacturing and system operation RIA 3-5M€ 4-6 16.10.2018 25.04.2019 LC-SC3-RES-15-2019: Increase the competitiveness of teh EU PV manufacturing industry IA 10-13M€ 2 11.12.2018 LC-SC3-RES-16-2019: Development of solutions based on renewable sources that provide flexibility to the energy system RIA 3-5M€ 3-5 27.08.2019 LC-SC3-RES-17-2019: Demonstration of solutions based on renewable sources that provide flexibility to the energy system IA 12-15M€ 2-3 11.12.2018 LC-SC3-RES-23-2019: Development of next generation biofuel and alternative renewable fuel technologies for aviation and shipping RIA 3-5M€ 4-6 27.08.2019 LC-SC3-RES-24-2019: Boosting pre-commercial production of advanced aviation biofuels IA 15-20M€ 1 11.12.2018
  106. 106. Smart and clean energy for consumers - 21 -28/09/2017 Make consumers key players of the energy transition ⇒ Allow them to be better informed and more aware as well as to have an increased capacity to fully engage in energy markets ⇒ Change their energy consumption behavior ↳ understand the drivers of consumer acceptance and behavior ↳ understand how consumers consider, use and value the electricity grid and services it provides to them ⇒ Reward consumers when playing a role in increasing the share of variable renewables in the electricity mix ⇒ Address remaining regulatory and market barriers for consumers ⇒ Energy poverty: financial interventions, building retrofitting, low cost measures at household level, use of renewable energy
  107. 107. Smart and clean energy for consumers - 22 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-EC-1-2018-2019-2020: The role of consumers in changing the market with informed decision or collective actions Develop activities informing and motivating consumers to change old and inefficient installed appliances LC-SC3-EC-2-2018-2019-2020: Mitigating household energy poverty Contribute to actively alleviate energy poverty and develop a better understanding of the types and needs of energy poor households & how to identify them : 1-2M€ : 03.09.2019 : 2-5 projetsCSA : 1-2M€ : 03.09.2019 : 2-5 projetsCSA
  108. 108. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 23 -28/09/2017 Contribution to the implementation of the EU’s energy policy package “Clean Energy for all Europeans” & 2030 Climate-Energy objectives (40%GHG ↘ compared to 1990; at least 27% renewables by 2030) Prepare and test solutions to support the new proposals for directives and regulations which are shaping the energy system of the future Compatibility with regulations, standards & interoperability issues applying to related technologies 2 main lines of actions: • Electricity markets and consumers, interacting with other energy vectors • Decarbonisation of local energy systems (on islands or continent)
  109. 109. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 24 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-ES-3-2018-2020: Integrated local energy systems (Energy islands) Energy production from renewable energy sources new & economically attractive ⇒ opportunities for decarbonizing local energy systems on the mainland ⇒ technological & financial challenges for electricity network  Decarbonisation & energy savings should result from optimal combination of energy sources  Importance of storage of all energy vectors& intensive use of latest technologies on power electronics, control & digitisation  Innovative approaches ⇔ business cases  Improvement of local air and citizens acceptance Develop and demonstrate solutions which analyse and combine, in a well delimited system, all the energy vectors that are present and interconnect them where appropriate ↳ Preliminary analysis of the local case and develop solutions and tools for the optimisation of the local energy network ↳ High replication potential across Europe ↳ Involve local consumers, small to medium industrial production facilities and commercial buildings International cooperation, in particular with India  mutual benefits and added value 5-6 M€ 05/04/2018 5-6 projets IA 5- 8
  110. 110. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 25 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-ES-4-2018-2020: Decarbonisation energy systems of geographical Islands Energy prices on islands = 100% to 400% x mainland ↳ large scale deployment of local renewable energy sources on geographical islands ⇒ Economic benefits ⇒ Decarbonise the energy system Contribution to at least 4 objectives: • Achieve high levels of local renewable energy sources penetration • Achieve highly integrated and digitalized smart grids based on high flexibility services • Develop synergies between the different energy networks (electricity, heating, cooling,…) • Achieve a very significant reduction of the use of hydrocarbon based energies; modelling, forecasting of demand • Innovative approaches to energy storage ↳ Effective business models for sustainable solutions ↳ Practical recommendations on regulatory & legal aspects, SSH, storage solutions; big data and data management and digitalization Synergies established with ongoing & planned work on islands in the Covenant of Mayors At least 1 demonstration on 1 island & 2 other follower islands with similar problems 7-10 M€ 05/04/2018 2-3 projets IA 5- 8
  111. 111. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 26 - 28/09/2017 *TSO: Transmission System Operator ** DSO : Distribution System Operator LC-SC3-ES-5-2018-2020: TSO-DSO-Consumer: Large-scale demonstration of innovative grid services through demand response, storage and small-scale (RES) generation More efficient and effective network management and optimisation ⇒ increased demand response & ability to integrate increasing shares of renewables TSOs* & DSOs**: same pool of ressources => coordination of actions Large scale demonstration  how markets & platforms enable electricity TSOs & DSOs to connect & procure energy services in a way that will: increase cost efficiency in network operations, create consumer benefits Enable integration of digital technologies: IoT, Articifial Intelligence, cloud & big data services Definition and test in real-life demonstrations of integrated system-based markets and platforms for grid services that can be used and procured by DSOs and TSOs in a coordinated manner • Development of a seamless pan-EU electricity market • Incentives given to consumers, buildings, devices ⇒ predictability improvement & problems anticipation • Platforms and markets scale up • Promote consumer participation, engagement & perception; innovatig pricing and compensation for consumers that provide the grid services Use of cascading funds Coordination with relevant organisations; cooperation with other projects (cybersecurity, ICT) 15-20M€ 05/04/2018 1 projet IA 5- 8
  112. 112. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 27 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-ES-7-2018: Pan-EU forum for R&I on Smart Grids, flexibility and local energuy networks Majority of cooperation takes place between organisations from a limited numer of member States // 15 analysed countries account for less than 5% of RI funds altogether ⇒set-up a European Forum composed of R&I policy makers, R&I actors and experts ('community') in the field of smart grids / storage and local energy systems that is representative of the EU-28 energy system ⇒ evolve towards a truly integrated pan-European R&I community with a high level of synergies, spread and representativity over a recommended duration of 4 years : 3-4M€ : 05.04.2018 : 1 projetCSA
  113. 113. 28/09/2017 - 28 - Budget # projets financés Deadline LC-SC3-ES-1-2019: Flexibility and retail market options for the distribution grid IA 6-8M€ 5-6 05.02.2019 LC-SC3-ES-2-2019: Solutions for increased regional cross-border cooperation in the transmission grid IA 8-10M€ 3 05.02.2019 LC-SC3-ES-6-2019: Research on advanced tools and technological development RIA 2-4M€ 7-15 05.02.2019
  114. 114. Smart cities and communities - 29 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-SCC-1-2018-2019-2020: Smart cities and communities COP21 PA  cities role in GHG ↘ ↳ realize energy transition in cities ⇒ push energy systems integration Develop, test and performance-monitor (demonstration) integrated innovative solutions for positive energy blocks/districts in the Lighthouse cities. Interaction & integration between buildings, users & energy system + implication of increased electro mobility ⇔ impact on energy system and its integration in planning • Develop, together with industry, vision for 2050 (urban, technical, financial, social) ↳ how to move from planning to implementation to replication and scale up to city level • Mixed use urban districts • Demonstrate technical, financial, social & legal feasibility of proposed solutions • Involve local communities and governments • Promote decarbonisation while improving air quality • Performance monitoring • Effective business models for sustainable solutions • Lighthouse cities: collaboration with Follower cities, act as exemplars ↳ 2 lighthouse cities & at least 5 follower cities • Cooperation with other Smart cities and communities projects 15-20M€ 05/04/2018 2-3projet IA
  115. 115. Enabling near-zero CO2 emissions from fossil fuel power plants and carbon intensive industries - 30 -28/09/2017 Contribute to the low-carbon transition of the European economy Allow commercial deployment of Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS), make it cost-competitive and prove its safety Demonstration of the full CCS chain • Reduction of energy penalty and cost capture • Cost effective storage capacity • Infrastructure for CO2 transport • New solutions for the conversion of captured CO2 to useful products (fuels, chemicals) offset high costs of capture & storage • Integration of flexible fossile fuel power generation & storage • Smart, secure, more resilient power system • …
  116. 116. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 31 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-NZE-1-2018: Advanced CO2 capture technologies CCS commercial deployment ⇔ ↘ of the energy intensity of CO2 capture process & ↘ cost of capture Validation and pilot demonstration of advanced CO2 capture technologies that have shown a high potential for reduction of the energy penalty and overall improvement of cost-efficiency of the whole capture process (not yet commercial ) • Test operating conditions and operational flexibility • Concepts proof of reliability & cost effectiveness • Evaluate the cost, technical requirements and operational and safety impacts on the associated transportation infrastructure, storage or utilization of CO2 • Integration of these technologies in a CCS cluster based on a whole system approach • KPIs & clear targets for energy penalty redcution, capture rate & relative incremental operating costs of the capture process • Assessment of societal readiness towards the proposed innovations 5-10 M€ 06/09/2018 2-4 projets RIA 5- 7
  117. 117. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 32 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-NZE-2-2018: Conversion of captured CO2 Conversion of capture CO2 ⇒ produce fuels, replace fossil fuels, seasonal energy storage ↳ Chemical use of CO2 limited by its low energy content & conversion process highly energy intensive Development of energy-efficient and economically and environmentally viable CO2 conversion technologies for chemical energy storage or displacement of fossil fuels • Upscaling in the short to medium term • Potential for proposed CCU solution(s) as CO2 mitigation option through an LCA • Reasonable targets regarding conversion process, production costs and product yields • Assessment of societal readiness • International cooperation 3-4 M€ 06/09/2018 3-4 projets RIA 3-4  5-6
  118. 118. Smart citizen-centred energy system - 33 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-NZE-3-2018: Strategic planning for CCUS development  Establish necessary infrastructures for safe & cost effective CO2 transport & storage; necessity of cross border transport infrastructure to efficiently connect CO2 hubs & industrial clusters to sinks ↳ elaboration of detailed plans for comprehensive European CO2 gathering networks and industrial clusters linked to CO2 storage sites via hubs, pipeline networks and shipping routes, with due attention to national and border-crossing permitting and regulatory issues : 2-3M€ : 06.09.2018 : 1 projetCSA
  119. 119. 28/09/2017 - 34 - Budget # projets financés Deadline LC-SC3-NZE-4-2019: Integrated solutions for flexible operation of fossil fuel power plants through power-t-X-to-power and/or energy storage IA 6-10M€ 2-3 27.08.2019 LC-SC3-NZE-5-2019-2020: Low carbon industrial production using CCUS IA 10-12M€ 2-3 27.08.2019
  120. 120. Cross-cutting issues - 35 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-CC-1-2018-2019-2020: Social sciences and humanities (SSH) aspects of the Clean- Energy transition Clean energy transition requires a better understanding of cross cutting issues related to socioeconomic, gender, sociocultural & socio-political issues Greater social acceptability& more durable governance arrangements & socioeconomic benefits  2018 topic: social innovation (SI) in the energy sector Energy transition ⇒ emergence of: energy cooperatives or prosumers, major hubs in urban areas ↳ close proximity between citizens, businesses & institutions, linkages between sectors, emergence of new business & service models as well as associated governance arrangements Comparative perspective, with case studies or data from at least 3 EU member states or associated countries, addressing one or more of below questions: • What characterizes successful examples of SI? • What enabling conditions facilitate SI? • How does SI contributes to livelihoods preservation and development of new business and service models? • How does SI contributes to more secure, sustainable and affordable energy? Does SI lead to greater competitiveness? How? • Under what conditions does SI lead to greater acceptance of the transition towards a low- carbon energy system? 1-3 M€ 06/09/2018 3-10 projets RIA 5- 7
  121. 121. Cross-cutting issues - 36 - 28/09/2017 LC-SC3-CC-2-2018-2019-2020: Modelling in support to the transition to a Low-Carbon Energy System in Europe Develop new knowledge on energy system modelling, set up an open space for researcher & progress in understanding requirements of the transition towards a low carbon energy system ⇒ support policy measures, increase consistency & comparability of modelling practices • Energy models used to plan support & verify energy policies at national & European level do not fully encompass all the new challenges posed by the transition to a low-carbon future ↳ decentralized & variability in electricity supply ↳ need for flexibility ↳ integration of the energy systems,….. In addition: energy models do not always capture the determinants, barriers & impacts • Civil society  improved access to assumptions, tools & results underlying policy options assessment • Researcher s enhanced possibilities of open collaborative research and use of open data sources ⇒ Develop a suite of modelling tools and scenario building exercises that will contribute to better address : • Representation of recent and future aspects of the European energy system in transition ↳ power generation, demand, energy sectors integration • Greater transparency and access to assumptions, data, model outputs and to tools used in modelling exercises • Better representation of the investment determinants, barriers (energy market and regulatory failures) and impacts of actors Plan the organization of an annual conference on energy modelling 4-5 M€ 06/09/2018 1 Projet RIA
  122. 122. Cross-cutting issues - 37 -28/09/2017 LC-SC3-CC-4-2018: Support to sectorial fora LC-SC3-CC-5-2018: Research, innovation and educational capacities for energy transition LC-SC3-CC-6-2018: Transition in coal intensive regions : ≤ 1M€ : 19.04.2018 : 8 projetsCSA : 2-4M€ : 06.09.2018 : 1-2 projetsCSA : 1-2M€ : 06.09.2018 : 1-2 projetsCSA
  123. 123. 28/09/2017 - 38 - Budget # projets financés Deadline LC-SC3-CC-1-2018-2019-2020: Social sciences and humanities (SSH) aspects of the Clean-Energy transition - Challenges facing carbon-intensive regions RIA 1-3M€ 3-10 27.08.2019 LC-SC3-CC-3-2019: Support for the opening of low-carbon energy research databases in Europe CSA 0,5-1M€ 2-4 27.08.2019
  124. 124. Transforming the energy sector through digitization - 39 -28/09/2017 DT-ICT-10-2018: Interoperable and smart homes and grids Exploit IoT reference architectures models that allow for combining services for home or building comfort and energy management • Platforms enabling the integration of relevant digital technologies like IoT, AI, cloud and big data services • Based on smart-home and building solutions • Interoperability & data-sharing • Combine energy services with additional non-energy services • Demonstrate the platforms and the benefits of energy management through IoT application and services for users – large-scale pilot • Users, electricity and energy systems • Include feedback mechanisms 30M€ 14/11/2018 1 projet IA
  125. 125. 28/09/2017 - 40 - Budget # projets financés Deadline DT-ICT-11-2019: Big data solutions for energy IA 10M€ 3 02.04.2019
  126. 126. Autres actions - 41 -28/09/2017 Joint programming (ERA-net Cofund, JPI COFUND…) Pre-commercial procurement Prizes …
  127. 127. A vous de jouer - 42 -28/09/2017
  128. 128. Passer à l’action - 43 -28/09/2017 Oser initier des contacts & viser l’excellence Activer votre réseau Key-players H2020 Participer à des événements Proposer des contributions concrètes et spécifiques au topic
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  131. 131. Diffuser son profil - 46 - Topic Identifié Données administratives Contribution concrète au projet / Valeur ajoutée Fiche du NCP Wallonie « One-page expertise description » 28/09/2017
  132. 132. Merci de votre attention Geraldine Dupin Environment, Energy NCP Tel +32 (0) 10 47 19 61 geraldine.dupin@ncpwallonie.be
  133. 133. NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Géraldine Dupin – Pierre FIASSE Présentations des Appels H2020 Efficacité énergétique (bâtiment et industrie)
  134. 134. - 2 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Situer dans Horizon 2020 3 Piliers
  135. 135. - 3 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Horizon 2020 - Energie Objectifs 2030: • Au moins 40 % réduction des émissions ( référence 1990) • 27 % d’énergie renouvelable • Augmenter de 27 % l’efficacité énergétique • Objectif 10% Interconnexion réseaux électrique
  136. 136. ENERGY CHALLENGES - 4 - Energy Efficiency Competitive Low carbon energies Smart Cities & communities* SME Instrument *Contribution Joint Call
  137. 137. ENERGY EFFICIENCY CHALLENGES (2016-2017) - 5 - Bâtiments Industries Public PolicyFinancements
  138. 138. Timing 2018 6 Janv 2018 9 Sept 2018* Janv 2019 Avr 2019 Publication appels à projets Dépôt des projets Résultat de l’évaluation Signature contrat Structuration idée et budget Identification partenaires Rédaction Évaluation Finalisation du contrat Exécution du projet Maintenant Draft appels à projets Parfois en 2 étapes * Sauf CSA EE: 7 juin 2017
  139. 139. - 7 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Présentation des TOPICS 2018
  140. 140. - 8 - Energy Efficient Building • Bâtiments représentent • 40 % de la consommation d’énergie • 1/3 des émissions GES • Faible taux de renouvellement (1-2% /an) • Rénovation du parc existant est un vrai challenge • Recherche sur les technologies , les matériaux, les systèmes, du logement individuel au quartier
  141. 141. PPP – Energy Efficient Building Industry : define R&D strategy Commission : launch calls Co-financing Impact : growth, jobs, societal benefits  Roadmaps  E2B Association (120 mbrs)  http://www.e2b-ei.eu  Open to all pilots, demonstrators > techno deployment
  142. 142. PPP Energy Efficient Buildings - 10 - TOPIC 2018 EeB-02 EeB-02-2018: Building information modelling adapted to efficient renovation RIA EeB-06 EeB-06-2018-20: ICT for proactive residential buildings and construction, design to end of life IA partie NMBP Full Proposals : 1 Mars 2018
  143. 143. PPP Energy Efficient Buildings 11 EeB-02-2018: Building information modelling adapted to efficient renovation  Challenge : BIM tools : new buildings > existing buildings  produce compatible tools that would allow to collect data from existing buildings (e.g. geometric data) and exploit data from different sources.  Dvlp new BIM tool kits that would exploit various sources of data and models associated :  To harmonise different data sources regarding the components and equipment of a building  include existing building parameters, as well as the environmental and GIS data.  Be flexible in coupling the overall BIM system with other additional types of models (e.g. buildings acoustics; economical evaluation of various renovations scenarios)  Be flexible to adapt to work planning  Can use inputs from non-professional audience composed of tenants & inhabitants  Including standardisation aspects Impact :  A reduction of the renovation working time of at least 15 -20 % wrt refrence  Acceleration of the market uptake in particular amongst constructing/ renovations companies with a target of 50% of their renovation business based on BIM.  Creation of best practice examples for the construction retrofitting sector with benefits for the operators and associated stakeholders (architects, designers, planners, etc.) RIA 4 → 6 € 5-7 1.03.201
  144. 144. PPP Energy Efficient Buildings 12 EeB-06-2018-20: ICT for proactive residential buildings and construction, design to end of life  Turning buildings from reactivity to proactivity trough smart ICT (Inhabitants level and energy management and contracting level):  provide the most important parameters to be measured and controlled for integrated and demand-based control of the building service system, including self- management, self-monitoring, self-maintenance and self-optimisation  Systematic & standardised approach to process the data generated by the sensors, forecasting services and end-users. Big Data use by advanced data visualisation to optimise the operation of the building;  fully integrated systems : compact, exchangeable, and easy to commission & operate;  Implement and demonstrate new business models that provide services which enable buildings to be proactive.  Impact  Operation and maintenance cost reductions of at least 20% compared to current situation  Energy cost reductions of at least 30% compared to current situation  Improved indoor environment and higher % of satisfied users  High replication potential IA 5 → 7 € 6-8 1.03.201
  145. 145. PPP Energy Efficient Buildings EeB-01-2019: Integration of energy smart materials in non-residential buildings (IA) EeB-03-2019: New developments in plus energy houses (IA) EeB-05-2019/20: Integrated storage systems for residential buildings (IA) EeB-04-2020: Industrialisation of building envelope for the renovation market (IA) 15:59 - 13 -
  146. 146. PPP Energy Efficient Buildings - 14 - TOPIC 2018 LC-SC3-EE-1- 2018-2019-2020 Decarbonisation of the EU building stock: innovative approaches and affordable solutions changing the market for buildings renovation (EeB) IA LC-SC3-EE-2- 2018-2019 Integrated home renovation services CSA LC-SC3-EE-5- 2018-2019-2020 Next-generation of Energy Performance Assessment and Certification (EeB) IA partie Environnement : 04.09.2018 : tbc
  147. 147. EE-1-2018-2019-2020. Decarbonisation of the EU building stock: innovative approaches and affordable solutions changing the market for buildings renovation  Deep renovations need to become more attractive to all stakeholders : Affordable, faster (20%), more reliable in terms of performance, less disruptive for occupants, less time-consuming, less energy-intensive, more environmentally friendly Asked : • innovation in technology, design and construction methods • integration of disciplines across the value chain > innovations in business models • heating & cooling systems and the integration of on-site renewable energy generation, energy storage systems (optional : district heating and cooling systems, hybrid energy systems) • quick and simple installation. 20% time reduction. • monitoring and displaying of real time energy performance and other relevant data (including in service use) • solutions should ensure high levels of occupant comfort (thermal, visual and acoustic) and indoor environmental quality (e.g. air quality, humidity)  All solutions should be demonstrated & replicable for defined building typologies in several districts/cities/regions. - 15 - PPP Energy Efficient Buildings € 3 - 4 IA ➔8-9
  148. 148. EE-2-2018-2019 : Integrated home renovation services Challenge – Scope Public authorities, individuals or businesses – lack the skills and capacity to set up, implement and finance ambitious low-energy and clean energy building projects  Create or replicate innovative local or regional "integrated home renovation services“  … covering the whole "customer journey" from technical and social diagnosis, technical offer, contracting of works, structuring and provision of finance (e.g. loans or EPCs), to the monitoring of works and quality assurance.  … build upon the promising experiences of integrated renovation services emerging in Europe Impact  Implementation and upscale of economically viable business models, ultimately running without the need for public subsidies - 16 - PPP Energy Efficient Buildings € 1 - 2CSA
  149. 149. EE-5-2018-2019-2020. Next-generation of Energy Performance Assessment and Certification Challenge/ Scope: Energy Performance Certificates – EPCs Assessment processes and certificates have to become more reliable, user- friendly, cost-effective > trust & incite investments in energy efficient building  Call 2018 : CSA, 1-2 M€ Stimulate and enable next-generation of energy performance assessment and certification > achieve enhanced reliability, cost-effectiveness and compliance with relevant EU standards Proposals should develop strategies to encourage convergence of EPC practices and tools across the EU The applicability should be assessed through a broad set of well-targeted and realistic cases - 17 - PPP Energy Efficient Buildings
  150. 150. EE-5-2018-2019-2020. Next-generation of Energy Performance Assessment and Certification Challenge/ Scope: Energy Performance Certificates – EPCs Assessment processes and certificates have to become more reliable, user- friendly, cost-effective > trust & incite investments in energy efficient building  Call 2019 : IA, 2-2,5 M€ Definition and demonstration of innovative approaches for the assessment of building energy performance  more reliable, cost-effective and compliant with relevant EU standards  Increased rate of application and compliance of EPCs and independent control systems with EU and national legislation  Increased of EPCs databases for compliance checking and verification, linking with financing schemes and building stock characteristics research etc - 18 - PPP Energy Efficient Buildings IA → 6-7
  151. 151. PPP Energy Efficient Buildings - 19 - TOPIC 2019 & 20 LC-SC3-EE-4- 2019-2020 Upgrading smartness of existing buildings through innovations for legacy equipment IA LC-SC3-EE-3- 2019-2020 Stimulating demand for sustainable energy skills in the construction sector CSA
  152. 152. - 20 - Energy efficient Industry & services • Industrie représente: > 39% consommation énergétique UE • Besoin de réduire les couts liés à l’énergie • Besoin d’améliorer l’Efficacité énergétique et augmenter investissements • Focus également sur la récupération de chaleur / conversion de chaleur en énergie
  153. 153. Energy efficient Industry & services - 21 - TOPIC 2018 LC-SC3-EE-6- 2018-2019-2020 Business case for industrial waste heat/cold recovery IA LC-SC3-EE-13- 2018-2019-2020 Enabling next-generation of smart energy services valorising energy efficiency and flexibility at demand-side as energy resource CSA - IA LC-SC3-EE-14- 2018-2019-2020 Socio-economic research conceptualising and modelling energy efficiency and energy demand RIA LC-SC3-EE-8- 2018-2019 Capacity building programmes to support implementation of energy audits CSA : 04.09.2018 : tbc
  154. 154. EE-6-2018-2019-2020: Business case for industrial waste heat/cold recovery Challenge/ Scope: Wide-scale deployment of industrial waste heat/cold recovery not fully exploited in energy intensive industries. Commercial interest neglected (e.g. district heating potential) 2018 : IA - Cost-benefit models for industrial waste heat/cold recovery  develop integrated cost-benefit simulation tools  to choose best utilisation option (most financial attractive) of recovered waste and/or energy surplus  consider also the possibility to contribute to efficient use/system integration of renewable energy sources through e.g. heat/cold storage and flexible production  take into account all relevant parameters/ costs (generation, storage, administrative, …)  simulation tools are expected to be  flexible enough to allow a large number of different types of industrial sites  validated through demonstration in real operating conditions in industrial facilities Impact:  Accurate prediction and holistic modelling tools to be demonstrated  Transfert to market/ sector : indicators to be provided  Primary Energy Savings achieved - 22 - 4 - 8 € 3 - 4 IA Energy efficient Industry & services
  155. 155. EE-13-2018-2019-2020: Enabling next-generation of smart energy services valorising energy efficiency and flexibility at demand-side as energy resource Challenge/ Scope: Energy Efficiency services (e.g. Energy Performance Contracting (EPC)) available but not yet used in (all) industry efficiency sectors. ICT technologies • better control energy consumption according to market and system needs and energy availability • big data generated by smart meters, smart devices > new monitoring possibilities 2018 : CSA – develop at last 2 of following points :  Energy service models (like EPC) and services that target new sectors and new actors  "Pay for performance"-schemes which focus on permanently reducing power consumption in particular at peak times, thus attracting new sources of financing  The use of 'big data' generated by smart meters, equipment, sensors  Business models which work equally for energy efficiency and other services  Improving the accessibility and quality of demand side service providers while enhancing their access to the market.  Additional non-energy features that support the up-take of innovative energy efficiency services - 23 - € 1 - 2 CSA - IA Energy efficient Industry & services
  156. 156. EE 14-2018-2019-2020: Socio-economic research conceptualising and modelling energy efficiency and energy demand Challenge/ Scope: Energy Efficiency has been recognised as a resource in its own right >> compete on equal terms with generation capacity and to have primary consideration across all policies However: impacts not well understood & benefits not sufficiently taken into account in financial and political decision making & planning 2018 : make the energy efficiency first principle more operational  analyse how energy efficiency programmes (eep) along the efficiency chain, can compete in reality with supply side investments.  Conceptualise, asses, model eep in particular  its role and value in the energy system (e.g. for planning of generation assets and networks adequacy etc.) and the energy market  its role and value in financing decisions;  its economic and social impacts;  its correlation and interaction with other policy objectives (e.g. renewable energies)  existing best practices worldwide where energy efficiency projects are given priority over additional supply side measures. - 24 - € 1 – 1,5 RIA Energy efficient Industry & services
  157. 157. EE-8-2018-2019: Capacity building programmes to support implementation of energy audits Challenge/ Scope: Energy Efficiency Directive : encourage SMEs to undergo energy audits and to implement the recommended energy-saving measures. But SMEs lack of expertise, time, capital, support schemes  Focus on one, or more, of the following issues:  Staff trainings and capacity buildings programmes. Programmes should aim at bridging the gap between demand and supply side (SMEs, auditors, finance institutions, managing authorities of supporting schemes).  Capacity building. Development and implementation of corporate policy measures involving all actors (from decision makers/corporate board members to employees in each department)  Initiatives supporting Member States in empowering or establishing national supporting schemes for SMEs (incentives)  Proposals should demonstrate how the proposed activities will be continued commercially beyond the project lifetime. - 25 - € 1 - 2 CSA Energy efficient Industry & services
  158. 158. - 26 - Financements innovants • Financements innovants pour l’efficacité énergétique: • Gap entre le secteur financier et les projets développés • Manque de références en terme d’investissements et projets • Les enjeux sont traités à différents niveaux: • Projet • Programme • Européen
  159. 159. Financements innovants - 27 - TOPIC 2018 LC-SC3-EE-9- 2018-2019 Innovative financing for energy efficiency investments CSA LC-SC3-EE-10- 2018-2019-2020 Mainstreaming energy efficiency finance CSA LC-SC3-EE-11- 2018-2019-2020 Aggregation - Project Development Assistance CSA : 04.09.2018 : tbc
  160. 160. EE-9-2018-2019 : Innovative financing for energy efficiency investments Challenge/ Scope: Need to set up innovative financing schemes at regional or national level in order to create the conditions for adequate supply of private finance for energy efficiency investments Address one or more of following points:  Establishment of new innovative, operational financing schemes;  Replication of previously successful solutions  Establishment of regional/national aggregators which are able to develop large (standardized) project pipelines;  Creation of EU or regional/national energy efficiency investment roundtables/platforms - 28 - € 1 – 1,5 CSA Financements innovants
  161. 161. EE-10-2018-2019-2020: Mainstreaming energy efficiency finance Challenge/ Scope: Energy efficiency is not yet considered as an attractive investment by the financial sector. Barriers : lack of statistical data on the actual energy and costs savings, on payment default rates, … Adress one or more of following points:  Development, demonstration and promotion of frameworks for the standardisation and benchmarking of sustainable energy investments  Capacity building for banks and investors at the national and local level  Gathering, processing and disclosing large-scale data on actual financial performance of energy efficiency investments  Further integration of non-energy benefits in project valuation  Targeting institutional investors  Exploring the impact of revised risk ratings and requirements for energy efficiency on financial regulations (Basel III, Solvency II). - 29 - € 1 – 1,5 CSA Financements innovants
  162. 162. EE-11-2018-2019-2020: Aggregation - Project Development Assistance Challenge/ Scope: Investors and lenders need to gain more confidence on investment projects related to energy efficiency which are still seen as risky and fragmented Scope : Project Development Assistance (PDA) to public and private project promoters such as : • public authorities or their groupings, public/private infrastructure operators and bodies, energy service companies, retail chains, large property owners and services/industry. The action will support building technical, economic and legal expertise needed for project development and leading to the launch of concrete investments, which are the final aim and deliverable of the project. Investements targeted : EUR 7.5 million to EUR 50 million. - 30 - € 1 – 1,5 CSA Financements innovants
  163. 163. - 31 - Support to policy driven innovation • Actions de support (CSA) aux politiques d’efficacité energétique • Vers les consomateurs, autorités publiques, villes, etc
  164. 164. Support to policy driven innovation - 32 - TOPIC 2018 LC-SC3-EE-15- 2018 New energy label driving and boosting innovation in products energy efficiency CSA LC-SC3-EE-16- 2018-2019-2020 Supporting public authorities to implement the Energy Union CSA LC-SC3-EE-17- 2019 LC-SC3-EE-17-2019: European City facility - European Cities as key innovation hubs to unlock finance for energy efficiency CSA : 04.09.2018 : tbc
  165. 165. EE-15-2018 : New energy label driving and boosting innovation in products energy efficiency Challenge/ Scope: Energy labels : A+++ to D > once the majority of products reach the highest classes, the label no longer stimulates further innovation. Idea : rescale labels > existing products re-categorised in lower classes > create a new empty top classes category to re-stimulate innovation Cover one or more of the following: 1. Awareness-raising and information campaigns to alert market actors of label rescaling, 2. Raise the capacity of manufacturers to fulfil their obligations providing and displaying respectively the correct label at the point of sale; 3. Exchange of best practices in relation to these campaigns, including through the recommendation of common key messages to the respective target groups. - 33 - € 1 – 1,5 CSA Support to policy driven innovation
  166. 166. LC-SC3-EE-16-2018-2019-2020: Supporting public authorities to implement the Energy Union Challenge/ Scope: Contribute to political commitment of national/ regional authorities in Energy Union approach Scope : cover one or more of the following points : • enhanced coordination leading to politically approved and jointly applied monitoring and verification schemes of energy efficiency measures across local and regional authorities, • Support public authorities in the development of transition roadmaps that clearly outline the path to the European long-term 2050 targets. Actions should link closely to the Covenant of Mayors and/or Smart Cities and Communities initiatives; • Innovative ways to enable public engagement in the energy transition • Deliver large-scale and action-oriented peer-to-peer learning programmes targeting cities and/or regions, with a strong replication potential European-wide. - 34 - € 1 – 1,5 CSA Support to policy driven innovation
  167. 167. LC-SC3-EE-17-2019: European City facility - European Cities as key innovation hubs to unlock finance for energy efficiency Challenge/ Scope: New Smart Finance for Smart Building (SFSB) initiative : mobilising investment in energy efficiency and renewables Need to boost project aggregation and build a substantial pipeline of energy efficiency investment projects across Europe Scope : to set up and run a 'European City Facility' which offers financial support and services to cities and municipalities or their groupings: • The City Facility should offer financial support to develop innovative investment concepts within a limited period of time • At least 80% of the budget should directly benefit cities, municipalities or their groupings. • Proposals should demonstrate that they are able to mobilise a critical mass of cities or their groupings and have a sound and inclusive outreach strategy to cities and communities across Europe. • In order to qualify for support through the City Facility, cities and communities should demonstrate proof of political commitment (min 100 000 inhabitants target/ single or grouping municipalities, …) Overall, the action should trigger for every million Euro of Horizon 2020 support energy efficiency investments worth at least EUR 20 million - 35 - € 10 CSA Support to policy driven innovation
  168. 168. Merci de votre attention Geraldine Dupin Pierre Fiasse Environment, Energy NCP Nano, Materials, Transport & Aero NCP Tel +32 (0) 10 47 19 61 Tel +32 (0) 10 47 19 49 geraldine.dupin@ncpwallonie.be pierre.fiasse@ncpwallonie.be
  169. 169. Gabrielle Masy Haute Ecole de la Province de Liège Gabrielle.masy@help.be
  170. 170. PROJET BRICKER • Objectif: FP7 - PPP Energy Efficient Buildings Rénovation bâtiment public – Cogénération ORC http://www.bricker-project.com/ • Budget Total 13.000.000,00 EUR Budget démonstration Liège 3.307.713,90 EUR Subsides UE 954.120,00 EUR Subsides Région Wallonne 108.521,00 EUR • Durée 2013-2017 En cours d’implémentation
  171. 171. CONSORTIUM
  172. 172. GENESE Juin 2012 Région Wallonne Comice Smart Cities Juin 2012 Accord de principe du SPB Juillet 2012 Infodays EeB NCP Contact ACCIONA Août 2012 NCP Key Players ACCIONA Octobre 2012 Meeting ACCIONA Intégration ULg ACTE Décembre 2012 Dépôt Projet Février 2013 Acceptation Projet Octobre 2013 Kickoff Meeting • Participation et presentation aux Info Days • Coordinateur expérimenté comme ACCIONA Bénéfices pour 3 acteurs wallons • Université de Liège : Recherche • PME Acte Greencom: Développement • Service Provincial des Bâtiments Démonstration Conclusions
  173. 173. Horizon-2020 appels 2018 Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials Les slides seront disponibles sur le site web du NCP-Wallonie Les informations communiquées n’ont pas encore été adoptées par la Commission Européenne; elles constituent des visions préliminaires des services de la Commission Géraldine DUPIN
  174. 174. - 2 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Agenda Introduction Le work programme SC5 A vous de jouer! 28/09/2017
  175. 175. - 3 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Introduction 28/09/2017
  176. 176. Les origines 28/09/2017 - 4 - • 25/09/2015: Adoption de l’agenda pour un développement durable à l’horizon 2030 par l’ONU ↳ entrée en vigueur en 2016 ↳ 17 « Sustainable Development Goals » • Implication de tous les Etats, quel que soit leur richesse • Agir dans un souci de préserver la planète • Stratégies de croissance économique  préoccupations environnementales  préoccupations sociales
  177. 177. Les origines - 5 - • 12/12/2015: COP21 ↳ 2016: entrée en vigueur des Accords de Paris sur les changements climatiques • Diminuer l’augmentation de la température globale à 2°C • Tenter de se limiter à 1,5°C • 18/03/2015: Cadre d'action de Sendai pour la réduction des risques de catastrophe 2015-2030 adopté par l’ONU • Ecarter les nouveaux risques de catastrophes connus et limiter les risques existants  mesures intégrées ⇒ Réduction substantielle des pertes et des risques liées aux catastrophes • 20/10/2016: Conférence de Quito • Agenda d’actions partagé par les métropoles du Nord et du Sud ↳ En 2030, 60% population mondiale sera urbaine ↳ En 2050, 70% population mondiale sera urbaine 28/09/2017
  178. 178. L’impact - 6 - « Sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth; Climate action Responsible consumption and production Industry Innovation and infrastructure Sustainable cities and communities Clean water and sanitation Sustainlable use of terrestrial ecosystems » • Climate action in support to Paris Agreement • Circular economy • Raw materials - CRM • Water for our environment, economy and society • Innovating cities for sustainability and resilience • Protecting and leveraging the value of our natural and cultural assets (which includes Earth Observation, nature-based solutions, disaster risk reduction and natural capital accounting, and heritage alive) Priorités reprises dans le Work Programme Souci de développement durable 28/09/2017
  179. 179. Quelles implications? - 7 - • Challenge driven • Solutions oriented • Trans-disciplinary perspective • Technology • Business model • Economic organisation • Finance • Governance • Regulation • Skills and social innovation • Co-knowledge & co-delivery of outcomes with • Economic; Industrial; Research actors • Public authorities • Civil society 28/09/2017
  180. 180. - 8 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Le work programme SC5 28/09/2017
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  182. 182. - 10 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Le Societal Challenge 5 à 2020  « Smart, sustainable and inclusive growth »  6 priorités  7ème programme d’action environnemental à 2020  Politiques liées à l’Economie Circulaire  Union de l’Energie → Emphase sur science et innovation → Open Research Data → Utilisation de GEOSS* et autres programmes européens liés à l’observation de la Terre → Favoriser les investissements privés et publics 28/09/2017 * GEOSS: Global Earth Observation System of Systems
  183. 183. - 11 - NCP Wallonie, le partenaire de vos ambitions européennes Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: climate action in support of the Paris Agreement H2020-LC-CLA-2018-2019-2020 Greening the economy in line with the Sustainable Development Goals H2020-SC5-2018-2019-2020 2 calls 28/09/2017 + Other actions & cross-cutting issues
  184. 184. Timing 2018 – SC5 Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials 12 Octobre 2017 27 février 2018 juillet 2018 Octobre 2018 Publication appels à projets Dépôt des projets Résultat de l’évaluation Signature contrat Structuration idée et budget Identification partenaires Rédaction Évaluation Finalisation du contrat Exécution du projet Maintenant Draft appels à projets Parfois en 2 étapes 28/09/2017
  185. 185. Priorités du SC5 (2018-2020) - 13 - Données observation de la Terre Economie circulaire Matières premières Solutions basées sur la nature Actions pour le climat Décarbonisation Héritage Culturel 28/09/2017
  186. 186. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future - 14 -28/09/2017 Focus sur objectifs COP21 ↳ Proposer des solutions permettant d’atteindre les objectifs d’adaptation et de mitigation ↳ Promouvoir les connaissances scientifiques adéquates pour implémenter les « Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) » Support aux politiques Européennes liées à « Energy Union », « Arctic policy », « EU Adaptation Srtategy » ainsi que les efforts de diplomatie de l’UE relatifs au climat  Support aux SDG, en particulier: • SDG13: « Climate action » • SDG6: « Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all » • SDG11: « Sustainable cities and communities » • SDG14: « Lige below water » • SDG15: « Life on Land » Emphase sur: - Stratégie des partenariats - Importance de la communication
  187. 187. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future - 15 -28/09/2017 LC-CLA-01-2018: supporting the development of climate policies to deliver on the Paris Agreement through Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) PA ⇔ soumission et revue périodique des Nationally Determined Contributions + communication des parties prenantes relative à leur stratégie de développement à 2050 pour la limitation des GHG. a) Supporting the design and assessment of climate policies ⇒ Fournir du savoir relatif au design, requis, gouvernance et impact des actions en matière de climat. ⇒ Adresser la problématique de la décarbonisation (potentiel, faisabilité, impacts socio-économiques, co- bénéfices, approche orientée marché) ⇒ Utilisation “Integrated Assessment Models” (IAMs) pour une approche holistique b) Improving Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) ⇒ Amélioration/enrichissement de l’état de l’art des IAMs, dans un ou plusieurs domaines (représentations sectorielles, gaz à effets de serre, inégalités, interaction avec d’autres objectifs de développement,…) ⇒ Amélioration de la couverture géographique des modèles Pour les 2 sujets: étendre l’approche au delà des frontières européennes, notamment les émetteurs majeurs et les pays moins développés 5-7M€ 27/02/2018 04/09/2018 3-5 projets RIA
  188. 188. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future - 16 - LC-CLA-03-2018: Climate change impacts in Europe Augmentation des températures et changement des précipitations ⇒ disponibilité nourriture, eau, énergie ⇒ ↗ volatilité des marchés ⇒ ↗ tensions régionales ⇒ impact stabilité internationale et sécurité Incertitude relative aux impacts du climat ⇒ ↗ risques secteurs financier & business a) Climate change impacts on health in Europe ⇒ Liens changements climatiques // impacts sur la santé: revue SoA, reporting et progrès ⇒ Coûts associés ; adaptation stratégies ⇒ Quantification co-bénéfices sur la santé dus à la mitigation et aux adaptations déja réalisées ⇒ Cibler les actions de recherche pour adresser les principaux problèmes et les principaux gaps; priorisation éléments clés pour l’Europe ⇒ Regroupement avec activités de recherche collaborative ; synergies SC1 (Santé) b) Global climate change impacts from a European perspective Comment les impacts directs et indirects des changement climatiques dans le monde vont : ⇒ affecter les « supply » et « value chain » : économie et société Européennes , secteurs: finance, business, infrastructure, ressources, denrées ⇒ affecter les politiques Européennes concernées ⇒ risques associés? Analyse de risque selon différents scenarii 5-7M€ 27/02/2018 04/09/2018 3-4 projets RIA 28/09/2017
  189. 189. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future - 17 - LC-CLA-04-2018: Resilience and sustainable reconstruction of historic areas to cope with climate change and hazard events Impact des changements climatiques et dangers naturels sur les zones historiques et leurs environs en Europe : ↗ leur résilience; sécuriser leur reconstruction durable lors de dommages ou destructions (conservation caractéristiques intrinsèques). Approches basées sur les connaissances et les évidences ⇒ ↗ rentabilité Une seule proposition d’actions: ⇒ comment implémenter les principes de reconstructions améliorées et sécurisées ⇒ comment améliorer la résilience des zones concernées de manière pro-active ⇒ meilleure résistance futurs dommages ↳ développement de modèles, déploiement et validation d’outils, stratégies, plans, lignes directrices ⇔ ↗résilience, reconstruction durable, meilleure prédiction des impacts directs et indirects des changements climatiques et environnementaux ↳ test et pilotage de nouvelles solutions rentables ↳ revue, cartographie et caractérisation: expériences + bonne pratiques UE et hors UE ⇔ réplicabilité; recommandations Recommandations: ↳ “Copernicus Climate Change Service”, “Copernicus Emergency Management Service” + SC5 “heritage alive” ↳ SSH; acteurs sociaux et communautés Au minimum 3 sites historiques de différents états membres ou pays associés 5-6M€ 27/02/2018 04/09/2018 3-4 projets RIA
  190. 190. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future - 18 -28/09/2017 LC-CLA-08-2018: Adressing knowledge gaps in climate science, in support of IPCC* reports Meilleure compréhension des process clés qui contrôlent le système climatique de la Terre ⇒ amélioration des projections climatiques, ↘ sensibilité des calculs, ↗ compréhension des conditions météorologiques extrêmes, évaluation plus poussée des impacts climatiques en lien avec les “points de bascule” des changements climatiques brutaux, identification des “safe operating spaces”. Utilisation combinées de modèles et paléo-reconstructions réalisées dans les zones polaires ⇒ ↗ compréhension fonctionnement du système climatique ↔ transitions climatiques abruptes ; périodes plus froides ou plus chaudes a) Improving the understanding of key climate processes for reducing uncertainty in climate projections and predictions ⇒ Meilleure compréhension des process clés affectant le système climatique terrestre dans le temps ⇒ améliorer les projections et prédictions climatiques et contraindre la sensitivité des estimations ⇒ Les process clés concernés devront être: cycles bio-géo-chimiques, dynamiques et interactions nuages-aérosols; dynamique des océans; interactions dynamiques atmosphère / terre / glace (terrestre & marine); couplages troposphère-stratosphère; … 27/02/2018 04/09/2018 6-10 projets RIA 6-8 M€
  191. 191. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future - 19 -28/09/2017 LC-CLA-08-2018: Adressing knowledge gaps in climate science, in support of IPCC* reports b) Tipping points ⇒ meilleurs compréhension des changements climatique abruptes, des éléments de bascule du système terrestre climatique et de leurs « points de bascule » ⇒ identification des « Safe Operating Spaces »  stratégies long terme pour prévenir ou limiter les impacts ⇒ compréhension des impacts et des indicateurs d’alerte précoces c) Ice-core drilling in East Antarctica ⇒ utilisation des résultats du projet « Beyond Epica » et contribution à la démarche d’obtention d’un noyau de glace d’1,5 M d’années en provenance de l’Antarctique de l’est ⇒ compréhension des liens entre cycle du carbone / plaques de glace / océan / atmosphère; anticiper les réponses climatiques aux GHG 27/02/2018 04/09/2018 6-10 projets RIA 6-8 M€ 10 M€
  192. 192. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future 2018 - 20 - TOPIC FOCUS TYPE Budget # Projets financés Deadline Decarbonisation 27/02/2018 04/09/2018 LC-CLA-01-2018 Supporting the development of climate policies to deliver on the Paris A. through Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) RIA 25,00 3-5 Climate adaptation, impacts and services LC-CLA-03-2018 Climate impacts in Europe RIA 20,00 3-4 LC-CLA-04-2018 Resilience and sustainable reconstruction of historic areas to cope with climate change and hazard events RIA 18,00 3-4 Knowledge gaps LC-CLA-08-2018 Adressing knowledge gaps in climate science, in support of IPCC reports RIA 60,00 6-10 28/09/2017
  193. 193. Building a low carbon, climate resilitent future 2019 - 21 - TOPIC FOCUS TYPE Budget # Projets financés Deadline Decarbonisation 19/02/2019 04/09/2019 LC-CLA-02-2019 Negative emissions and land-use based mitigation assessment RIA 22,00 3-4 Climate adaptation, impacts and services LC-CLA-05-2019 Human dynamics of climate change RIA 23,00 3-5 Inter-relations between climate change, biodiversity and ecosystem services LC-CLA-06-2019 Inter-relations between climate change, biodiversity and ecosystems RIA 25,00 3-5 The Cryosphere LC-CLA-07-2019 The changing cryosphere : uncertainties, risks and opportunities RIA 39,00 5-7 LC-CLA-07-2019 The changing cryosphere : uncertainties, risks and opportunities CSA 2,00 1 19/02/2019 28/09/2017
  194. 194. Greening the economy in line with the Sustainable Development Goals - 22 -28/09/2017  Focus sur SDGs via une économie plus verte, plus rationnelle en termes d’utilisation des ressources, plus résiliente par rapport au climat, plus en synchronisation avec l’environnement
  195. 195. Greening the economy in line with the Sustainable Development Goals - 23 -28/09/2017 Connecting economic and environmental gains – the circular economy  Focus sur SDGs: • SDG 12: « Responsible consumption and production » • SDG 6: « Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all » • SDG 11: « Sustainable cities and communities » • SDG13: « Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts » Support à « Habitat III New Urban Agenda » Implémentation du Plan d’Action pour l’Economie Circulaire et les priorités Européennes Effet attendu des actions réalisées dans le cadre de ce call, à moyen terme: ↳ Economie circulaire • rationale robuste pour le volet environnemental • logique business convaincante ↳ Augmenter la capacités des villes à adopter l’économie circulaire ↳ Améliorer l’efficience de l’utilisation des ressources: • réduction des déchets, de la pollution, des émissions de GHG • utilisation accrue de ressources secondaires sans impact sur la santé ↳ Supporter la transition vers des solutions systémiques et intégrées pour clore les cycle d’utilisation de l’eau ↳ Durabilité des produits

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