The CETPartnership is an initiative co-funded by the European Union that brings together public and private stakeholders in the research and innovation ecosystems, from European and non-European countries and regions. CETPartnership aims to create and foster transnational innovation ecosystems and overcome a fragmented research and innovation landscape. The CETPartnership enables national and regional RTDI programme owners and managers from 30 countries to align their priorities, pool national budgets and implement annual joint calls (more info here on the Joint calls) from 2022 to 2027.

The U.S. Department of Energy is a member of CETPartnership and has committed to funding projects focused on hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS).

The CETP call for applications will be pre-launched June 7, 2023 with due date for submitting pre-proposals in November 2023.

Join this informational webinar on June 12, 2023, to learn about possibilities within CCUS, hydrogen, and renewable fuels.

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  • Welcome by Aage Stangeland (CETPartnership TRI3-lead)
  • General information regarding upcoming CETPartnership-call 2023
  • Information regarding specific topics:
    • CCUS-technologies
    • Hydrogen & Renewable fuels
  • Questions
  • Closing remarks

For additional information about the webinar

Learn more about the CETPartnership Joint Call 2023