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The focus of the CLIMIT programme is on technology related to carbon capture and storage (CCS). The programme is administered jointly by the Research Council and Gassnova, and is targeted towards research, development and testing/demonstration of technology that incorporates CCS.
The programme provides funding for activities within all phases of development and commercialisation of new solutions.
FENCO-NET is a grouping of European organisations having responsibilities relating to the funding of national R&D programmes in the field of fossil energy (the “Funding Institutions”). FENCO-NET is flexible in character, able to accommodate a range of working relationships from unanimous concerted effort through optional participation by any number of members to bilateral collaboration.
The primary function of FENCO-NET is to facilitate and encourage transnational cooperation of national R&D programmes in the fossil energy field. Also, as far as it is relevant to that primary function, FENCO-NET seeks to facilitate liaison between member organisations in their activities relating to the programmes of the European Union (EU) and those undertaken under other international collaborative agreements.
United Kingdom, Greece, Poland and Norway have decided to announce a call on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS) on the following topics:
The FENCO-NET call is administrated by the Research Council through the CLIMIT programme. Applications from all participating countries, United Kingdom, Greece, Poland, and Norway should be submitted through this CLIMIT call site. Each project submits one application. The projects leaders country submit the application. Enclosed project description should describe allocation of cost between the different partners and required funding from respective countries.
Industry, independent research institutes, universities and university colleges.
The budget for R&D projects (funded by the Research Council) is NOK 90 million for 2012.
There is an open-ended call for proposals at Gassnova, which has an annual budget of about NOK 83 million for development and demonstration projects.