Missiondriven green partnerships has opened for applications for pool two

Denmark's four mission-driven green partnerships pool two have now opened for applications for funds, which contain DKK 284 million combined. The partnerships invest in research and innovation projects within the collection and storage or use of CO2, green fuels for transport and industry, climate and environmentally friendly agriculture and food production, as well as the circular economy with a focus on plastics and textiles.

The four Innomission partnerships, to which the Innovation Fund Denmark in 2022 granted a total of DKK 700 million, are currently open for applications for pool two funds.

Find links to the four missions here:

1. INNO-CCUS (Collection and storage or use of CO2)
DKK 80 million, deadline 21 March 2023, Link to call

2. MissionGreenFuels (Green fuels for transport and industry (Power-to-X etc.)
DKK 85 million, deadline 10 March 2023, Link to call

3. AgriFoodTure (Climate and environmentally-friendly agriculture and food production)
DKK 75 million, deadline 17 April, 2023, Link to call

4. Trace (Circular economy with a focus on plastics and textiles)
DKK 44 million, deadline April 20, 2023, Link to call


Facts about the missions:

In the agreement on the research reserve 2021, the Danish parliament set aside a total of DKK 700 million, for the establishment of green research and innovation partnerships that must fulfill the four missions.
It is these funds that the Innovation Fund Denmark has settled on.

The partnerships aim to contribute to:

  • achieve the goal of a 70% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in Denmark by 2030, net-zero emissions in 2050 and to strengthen the environment and nature.
  • increased competitiveness for Danish business and industry. The investments in mission-driven partnerships will accelerate the development of ground-breaking green solutions through strategic and coherent green research, spanning from strategic research to commercialization.
  • the success of the green transition is strongly dependent on a systemic development of technologies and solutions in close cooperation and coordination between relevant actors in the entire value chain with a long-term focus.

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