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Hurry up to join the SET4BIO Innovation Challenge – deadline closes 15 March

Do you have an innovative solution  for producing renewable fuels or bioenergy?

Deadline for submission: 15 March 2021!

Participate in the one-year SET4BIO Innovation Challenge to get support for the development of your solution, to meet stakeholders in the sector, and to get the opportunity to be matched with suitable funding opportunities.

To selected innovators, the SET4BIO Innovation Challenge will provide the following major opportunities:

  • Engaging innovators in developing innovative proposals for solutions that stimulate and increase the possibility of producing and using bioenergy and renewable fuels by also implementing the EU Green Deal Vision.
  • Accelerating the development of their solution via 5 virtual events
  • Assessing the solution with a final demonstration day
  • Matching innovators with innovative solutions with potential funding opportunities.

Selected teams will be invited to the SET4BIO Innovation Challenge process, starting April 2021.

Between April and November, six Events are provided to support participating teams to develop the Concepts towards the final. Each Event is preceded of a preparation phase in which the teams work with their Concepts in association to the theme of the event.

The Final Event will be organized in November 2021: The presentation of Concepts by the Entrants to the Jury will be done. The evaluation of best Concepts will be performed by a Jury and the winners will be officially presented.

Download here the Rules for Participation and Apply here by 15 March 2021.


ABOUT SET4BIO

SET4BIO is a collaborative Horizon 2020 project to support the implementation of the SET Plan Action 8 – Renewable Fuels and Bioenergy.

SET4BIO will bring together private and public actors in a joint effort to mobilize the resources and to stimulate the investments for the deployment of bioenergy and renewable fuels at large scale in Europe.

SET4BIO aims at making a step change in the build-up of a cost-competitive bioenergy and renewable fuels market in Europe and globally, as foreseen by the Energy Union and by the Integrated Strategic Energy Technology (SET) Plan, endorsed by EU Member States and SET Plan Associated Countries.