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Financement de l'innovation par les subsides européens - Le Point du LIEGE science park - 26 février 2016

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Les programmes européens H2020, ERA-NET, LIFE, INTERREG, …, sont autant d'opportunités pour la PME innovante, de faciliter son passage de la recherche au marché, d'étoffer sa gamme de produits, d'accéder aux réseaux des meilleurs experts mondiaux et de bénéficier de cofinancements importants, afin de renforcer son know-how et son positionnement.
Une conférence organisée par l'Interface Entreprises-Université de Liège, le 26 février 2016. Invité : NCP et Deloitte.

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Financement de l'innovation par les subsides européens - Le Point du LIEGE science park - 26 février 2016

  1. 1. Comment financer l'innovation par les subsides européens ? Bertrand Herry – Directeur, NCP Wallonie Anita Toni - Manager, R&D Government Incentives, DELOITTE 26-02-2016 L'Interface vous donne rendez-vous chaque mois au LIEGE science park, pour faire le point, avec un conseiller en innovation, sur une mesure en lien avec vos préoccupations. Une initiative de 26/02/2016 1
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  11. 11. 31 Anita Toni 26 February 2016 European Funding R&D Government Incentives
  12. 12. 32 EU Funding 1. Who we are - Deloitte R&D GI global network 2. LIFE 3. Our approach 4. Lessons learnt
  13. 13. 33 South Africa United Kingdom Germany Italy Argentina Mexico Portugal Korea Japan China Russia India New Zealand Australia Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Taiwan Hong Kong Singapore Greece Turkey IsraelSpain France Ireland Belgium Netherlands Poland Switzerland Norway Sweden Finland Denmark Czech Republic Austria Canada United States Brazil Hungary 800 professionals Around the world More than Our global network
  14. 14. 34 identifying opportunities, securing government support and managing successful projects Assistance Mixed Profiles Combination of experts in Grants, R&D Tax, IPR, and Engineers in different disciplinesTeam size 18 FTEs Experience Working on Local and Global projects Broad skills From Public Grants to IP Services Serving MNCs to local companies Who are we?
  15. 15. 35 LIFE programme
  16. 16. 36 LIFE Financial instrument supporting environmental, nature conservation and climate action projects Up to 60% funding to elected projects Budget of EUR 3.4 billion over 2014 and 2020 for participants
  17. 17. 37 LIFE Characteristics  "Traditional" projects may be best-practice, demonstration, pilot or information, awareness and dissemination projects  Single applicant or small partnership collaboration Topics Air and Noise Climate change – Energy Environmental management Industry-Production Information-Communication Land-use and Planning Risk management Services and Trade Waste Water
  18. 18. • Could your project be linked to environmental topics? • Could your project target: energy efficiency, CO2 reduction, resources efficiency, sustainable development? • Is your project replicable in Europe? • Is your project a technique or method that has not been applied or tested before, or elsewhere and offers potential environmental or climate advantages compared to current best practice? • Are you putting in practice, test, evaluate approaches that are new or unknown in the specific context of the project, such as the geographical, ecological, socio-economic context, and that could be applied elsewhere in similar circumstances? LIFE Important questions 38
  19. 19. LIFE Key points of the LIFE application 39 Key points of the application Key Objectives Environmental problems targeted Innovative Character Environmental Socio-economic impacts Demonstration or Pilot Beyond state of the art LIFE dossier EU added- value
  20. 20. LIFE TRIALKYL Toxic chemicals represent about 62% of total chemical production in the EU.. Although there is no conclusive data on their toxicity for human Several specific phosphorus derivatives are used in a wide range of applications, including pesticides, flame retardants, plastics, childcare products and pharmaceuticalshealth and the environment, their production can involve chemical intermediaries (such as specific ammines) that need to be treated and recovered, or phenol derivatives, which are all categorised as highly toxic. The project will demonstrate a more sustainable and efficient process for the production of such compounds. The new process will avoid the use of toxic chemicals and will not produce contaminated wastewater because water use is largely avoided. The new process also uses less energy and generates by-products that are useful for other sectors such as agriculture. Expected results • Set up an innovative, highly sustainable and efficient continuous process; • Avoid the production of hazardous intermediaries and by-products and the use of toxic chemicals for wastewater treatment; • Reduce energy consumption in the process by 20-30% as a result of the simplification of the industrial process, the 100% recovery of solvents and elimination of wastewater treatment; • Reduce water consumption by up to 100% and wastewater production by up to 100%, compared with the current production process; and • Increase awareness about alternative sustainable and eco-friendly chemical processes in the chemical industry. Total budget 2,243,969.00 € EU contribution 1,346,381.00 € LIFE Examples of winning project (2015) 40
  21. 21. • Reduction of CO2 emissions by the PHB use obtained from whey: demonstration in dairy products packaging • Demonstration of Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor technology for valorization of agro-food industry wastewater • Integrated process for a sustainable and cost effective food waste treatment • Process development for an integrated olive oil mill waste management recovering natural antioxidants and producing organic fertilizer LIFE Examples of other successful projects 41
  22. 22. LIFE The main differences between H2020 & LIFE 42 H2020 LIFE Mainly research but with some development Only demonstration, piloting, prototyping (NO RESEARCH) Average amount of budget per project between 5-6 million Max budget amount per project 2.5 million 70% or 100% cash grants (depending on the opportunity) 60% cash grants of the eligible costs Different macro-topics and specific calls for proposal Topics linked to sustainability, environment, resource efficiency, energy savings etc. Open topics, no specific call for proposal Obligation of consortium: at least 3 legal entitities in 3 different EU countries No obligation of consortium – single entity only can participate European wide competition Mainly national competition (depending on the topic) Deadlines of submission: October 2016, January 2017 (depending on the topic) Deadline of submission – September 2016
  23. 23. 43 Interreg
  24. 24. 44 • Interreg is a European Commission initiative financed by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund). What • The aim of this program is to strengthen economic and social cohesion in the European Union through cross- border, transnational and interregional cooperation. Goal • Transition to knowledge economy and strengthening innovation • Transition to low carbon economy • Strengthening concurrent SME’s • Valorization and sustainable use of environment Programs focus on key themes of EU2020: • Interreg is intended for consortia of governments, companies and research centers. The projects require a high open innovative character without immediate commercial outcome. Who Interreg
  25. 25. Funding budget 45 Interreg Zone EFRO Budget Cross-border programs Cross-border Flanders-Netherlands 152 MEUR Meuse-Rhin 96 MEUR France-Wallonia-Flanders 170 MEUR 2 Seas 257 MEUR Transnational programs North sea Region 167 MEUR Northwest Europe 396 MEUR Interregional programs Interreg Europe 359 MEUR Urbact 74 MEUR Interact 39 MEUR Every zone has its own operational program
  26. 26. 46 Lessons learnt
  27. 27. 47 Lessons learned More story telling with concrete figures Strong attention to consortium members and involvement Start the story from your project impacts Innovative project with a market potential The project must be collaborative and solving real needs EU Funding
  28. 28. 48 Deloitte approach
  29. 29. 49 Assistance during tax audit Research & Development Technical Documentation Funding Strategy (EU and Regional) Application and negotiation with the authorities Project Management & Reporting Advanced ruling IP strategy Reporting obligations Accounting Treatment / Reporting Patent Drafting & Prosecution Activities scoping IP Portfolio Management Taxincentives Funding Intellectual Property 360° Deloitte service spectrum
  30. 30. 2 Deloitte approach Innovative project (idea, R&D, demonstration or market uptake & replication) Networking Strategy Benchmarking Consortium Granting EU Funding
  31. 31. 2 The European institutions network EU Funding Scientific experts and evaluators DGMOVE DG RTD DGConnect Deloitte
  32. 32. 2 Deloitte R&D team Innovative project (idea, R&D, demonstration or market uptake & replication) Networking Strategy Benchmarking Consortium Granting EU Funding Tine Bekaert Senior PhD Biotechnology Lyn Venken Manager PhD Bioscience Engineering Pieter Neyskens Senior PhD Astrophysics Jonathan Denis Senior PhD Electromechanical Ruben Van doninck Mechanical engineer Evelien Devroey Industrial Engineer Biochemistry
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  34. 34. 25 mars 2016, de 8h30 à 10h De la TPE à la PME : quels sont les challenges à surmonter ? En collaboration avec LIEGE CREATIVE. Orateurs : Houtaï Choumane - KIOMED Axel Kupisiewicz - LASEA Serge Pampfer - WBC David Dalla Vecchia - WSL The value of your software and IT quality: what about the investor's point of view ? Orateur : Geert Janssens - ENTRUST IT 29 avril 2016, de 8h30 à 10h 27 mai 2016, de 8h30 à 10h Secrets d'affaires et concurrence déloyale : comment se protéger et (ré)agir ? Orateurs : Marie-Eve Comblen et Ali Amerian - DELOITTE 26/02/2016 54
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