About EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program)
In 2021, 250 million DKK has been allocated for co-financing the development and demonstration of new efficient energy technologies. In order to strengthen technological development within the capture, storage or use of CO2 and Power-to-X, approximately 100 million DKK have been earmarked for these technology areas. EUDP’s purpose is to support the energy policy objectives such as security of supply, consideration for the global climate and a cleaner environment, as well as cost-effectiveness in order to contribute to Denmark’s independence from fossil fuels.
Opportunities with EUDP
There are opportunities for both small and large companies within the program, as long as you are associated with the energy sector or want to enter it. The crucial thing is that the company / consortium has a project with a focus on solving an energy technology problem. Through EUDP, companies can get co-financing for:
- Projects involving the development and/or demonstration of new efficient energy technologies
- Research projects that directly prepare or support demonstration
- Development of public/private partnerships on new energy technologies
Upcoming deadline for EUDP application submission: 5. march 2021