Bio-based Industries: fondi per 135 milioni di euro

03/04/2019

135 milioni di euro a disposizione di progetti innovativi per le bioindustrie. E' l'ammontare delle risorse disponibili per il bando 2019 promosso dal partenariato pubblico-privato Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU), a sostegno delle innovazioni tecnologiche che promuovono una conversione efficiente e sostenibile della biomassa in prodotti industriali e carburanti/energia all’interno delle cosiddette bio-raffinerie.

BBI JU è un partenariato pubblico-privato (PPP) promosso dalla Commissione europea nell’ambito della Strategia europea per la Bio-economia con l'obiettivo di accelerare la creazione di una bioindustria europea competitiva. Il PPP vede la partecipazione dell’UE, con la Commissione europea, e del consorzio Bio-based Industries, composto da più di 200 membri, tra grandi imprese e PMI, cluster regionali, associazioni, istituti di ricerca e piattaforme tecnologiche, appartenenti a settori diversi, dall’agricoltura all’industria chimica.

La call 2019
Il bando BBI JU 2019 sarà articolato in 21 argomenti (topic) differenti:
  • BBI2019.SO1.D1 – Scale up conversion of lignin into valuable compounds for application in specific market sectors
  • BBI2019.SO1.D2 – Produce components for various materials, including for food and feed, from microalgae
  • BBI2019.SO1.R1 – Use tree species and/or varieties to create new bio-based value chains
  • BBI2019.SO1.F1 – Valorise the organic fraction of municipal solid waste through an integrated biorefinery at commercial level
  • BBI2019.SO2.R2 – Develop breakthrough technologies to improve the cost-effectiveness and sustainability of pre-treatment steps within biorefining operations
  • BBI2019.SO2.R3 – Apply microorganisms and/or enzymes to resolve end-of-life issues of plastics
  • BBI2019.SO2.R4 – Develop surface or bulk treatments for improved wood-based materials
  • BBI2019.SO2.R5 – Convert plant oils and fats into safe high-added-value products for various applications including food and personal care
  • BBI2019.SO2.F2 – Apply technological combinations to valorise all components of biomass feedstock
  • BBI2019.SO2.R6 – Improve biorefinery operations through process intensification and new end products
  • BBI2019.SO2.R7 – Model the composition of bio-based residual streams and its evolution to optimise its management and processing
  • BBI2019.SO3.R8 – Develop sustainable bio-based materials for high-volume consumer products
  • BBI2019.SO3.R9 – Develop bio-based fibres and/or functional molecules to improve the performance of textile products
  • BBI2019.SO3.R10 – Develop bio-based high-performance materials for various and demanding applications
  • BBI2019.SO3.D3 – Produce bio-based functional ingredients and additives for high-end markets
  • BI2019.SO3.D4 – Demonstrate bio-based pesticides and/or biostimulant agents for sustainable increase in agricultural productivity
  • BBI2019.SO3.F3 – Produce high-performance bio-based alternatives to harmful products or processes to protect and enhance human health and the environment
  • BBI2019.SO4.S1 – Assist brand owners to ‘switch to bio-based’
  • BBI2019.SO4.S2 – Establish methods and communication for applying mass balance principles to attribute biomass co-feedstock to products
  • BBI2019.SO4.S3 – Shaping the bio-based economy through a participatory approach
  • BBI2019.SO4.S4 – Empower SME clusters to bring SMEs ‘across the valley of death’
Il bando finanzia diverse tipologie di progetti: Azioni di ricerca e innovazione (RIA), Azioni di innovazione (IA), Azioni di dimostrazione (DEMO) e Azioni ’flagship’ (FLAG).

La call apre il 4 aprile 2019  e chiude il 4 settembre 2019.
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