Implementation Agreement Clean Sky

On 10 July 2013, the European Commission published the proposal for the further implementation of the CS Common Budget for the period 2014-2024. On 6 May 2014, the Council adopted the Regulation establishing the Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking. Below are some useful FAQs and tips. (FAQ on tenders and participation opportunities) Clean Sky 2 follows the objectives of the European technology platform ACARE (ACARE – Advisory Council for Aeronautical Research in Europe) for 2020, such as the 50% reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions per kilometre of passengers, the 80% reduction in NOx emissions and the perceived noise of 50%. At the same time, substantial progress will be made in reducing the environmental impact of the production, maintenance and disposal of aircraft and related products. ITC is implemented by the Brussels-based Clean Sky Joint Undertaking (CS JU). The members of this public-private partnership are the European Community, represented by the European Commission, and the European aviation industry. Check the eligibility and admissibility of the candidate and each proposed member of your consortium according to the eligibility and admissibility conditions set out in the general annexes of the work plan. There is no need to form a consortium – applying as a single entity is possible according to clean Sky rules. However, if you opt for the creation of a consortium, here you will find a list of partners. On the basis of a strategic research programme, the Joint Undertaking will implement a ten-year research support programme open to all EU Member States and Associated States. Total aid amounts to €4.00 billion, of which €1.80 billion is under Horizon 2020.

€2.19 billion are private members in kind (€1.23 billion). the own contribution of other organisations participating in the activities of the Joint Undertaking (EUR 0.96 billion). Clean Sky 2 is based on the relevant technical areas, the “Integrated Technology Demonstration Systems” (ITD) and the “Innovative Aircraft Demonstrator Platforms (IAPD): A Clean Sky Call for Proposals (CfP) contains several themes focused on different areas of interest. The Joint Undertaking was officially launched on 9 July 2014. The day the first call was launched. Send your proposal (part A and part B) in good time: avoid filing on the last day! CS2 usually launches several new calls per year. All the documents and information necessary to participate in the call for tenders are available on the European Commission`s participant portal and on the CS 2 JU website. The public-private partnership “Clean Sky” was launched at the beginning of the 7th Framework Programme was created as a Joint Technology Initiative (JIT) and will continue to be dubbed “Clean Sky 2” from 2014 to 2024. The objective of this Joint Agency is to promote the competitiveness of the European aviation industry and the reduction of the impact on the environment. . . .

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