Opening of the First Call for Projects 2022
This call is open from the 14th of October 2022 to the 17th of February 2023, until 6pm (Lisbon time)
The First Call for projects for the 2021-2027 programming period officially opens today, 14th of October. Applicants are invited to submit high innovative quality transnational projects, in which relevant organisations cooperate to make regions more resilient to common challenges that know no borders.
Applicants have 18 weeks to submit their full project application. The ending date is the 17th of February, until 6pm (Lisbon time).
Please click here to find the supporting documents and the link for the submission of your proposal.
The Joint Secretariat kindly reminds you that during this period, will only reply to questions related to technical issues, preferentially by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published on: 2022-10-14
SEAFUEL shares its experience in the inaugural seminar of the Hydrogen Utilisation & Green Energy Project
This event will be the occasion to discuss opportunities and challenges for the deployment of hydrogen technologies in peripheral areas
This conference is focused on the benefits of territorial cooperation addressing its added value for Portugal
The project works to improve the energy efficiency of water networks in the Atlantic regions
The IVY initiative provides the opportunity for young volunteers to take part in European projects and support cooperation in the EU
The exchange included a visit to AtlaS.HW, a project dealing with sustainability of the Urban World Heritage Sites
IN.40 project organizes the International Forum Technologies 4.0 applicable to the Shipbuilding Sector
The project aims to improve the competitiveness of the naval sector
The one-day conference focuses on the opportunities to foster sustainability in the Atlantic Area
The event will bring together Europe’s maritime community for two days of networking and knowledge-sharing
The project studies the presence of nanoparticles in aquatic ecosystems in the Atlantic Area
Successful applicants will be able to test their ocean energy technologies in real-sea conditions