Second stage of the first call for projects is now open!
Successful applicants can submit their application from the 31st of October (12:00 noon GMT) until the 19th of December 2016 (12:00 noon GMT)
Successful applicants are invited to prepare and submit a full project application by filling in the online application form. Please visit Call 2016 - Stage 2 to access relevant information and documents for this second stage. The Programme Manual is at your disposal in Portuguese, Spanish, English and French languages. Applicants have approximately 7 weeks to submit their full project application, until the 19th of December. The Joint Secretariat kindly reminds you that during this period, it will only reply to questions related to technical issues (e.g. form completion, clarifications on conditions, etc.), preferentially by email. Whenever this is necessary, please, do not forget to indicate your proposal acronym and number. Please note that Lead Partners have the duty to report their projects partners all the information regarding the application process. We wish you all good luck!
Published on: 2016-10-31
Successful applicants will be able to test their ocean energy technologies in real-sea conditions
“Sailing into Wellness” was adressed as an innovative approach to tackle social change
Partners had the opportunity to discuss the progress of the project and attend the open-workshop “Hydrogen for transport” organized by AREAM
Find out about Key Enabling Technologies to drive innovation and competitiveness in your business
21.03.2019, Gran Canaria
The Monitoring Committee meeting was held in Las Palmas under the 2019 Spanish Presidency of the Programme
2-day meeting to discuss advancements and plan the methodology of coming activities in the project work plan
20.03.2019, Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria hosts the ceremony for the signature of the 2nd Call project contracts
The main focus is on expanded polystyrene (styrofoam), one of the most difficult plastic wastes to collect
Porto Municipality adressed the importance of a more sustainable territorial management in the Atlantic Area urban centres
This study allowed to understand the most urgent social needs and possible pilot actions for social innovation in the Atlantic Area