EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program) supports private companies and universities to develop and demonstrate new energy technologies. Support is given in accordance with EU state aid rules.
Foreign project participants can receive EUDP aid according to the same rules as Danish participants. However, the main applicant must be a Danish registered company or university. EUDP can support energy technologies widely such as renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency technologies, conversion technologies such as fuel cells and hydrogen, integration of energy systems including storage, more efficient methods for recovery of oil and gas and storage of CO2.
How to apply
The main applicant must be Danish and register as user on the application portal using a CVR Nem-ID. As an employee of a company or a research institution, the applicant must therefore provide an employee-signature key card or a key file.
An application consist of data to be given on the portal and a number of files to be attached on the portal. For further information, please see the Call for project proposals and the Guidelines for application.
The documents to be filled in are found below on this page.
EUDP Strategi 2017-2019
The Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) has set out its new strategy for the forthcoming period. With this strategy, the Board takes a larger and more global perspective than in previous strategies in order to arrive at the primary areas of initiative in which it makes best sense to invest in future years.
Deadline for applications
The next deadline for applications is 7. September 2018 15.00 CET.
The call for applications inludes:
- EUDP general call: approx. 180 mill. DKK
- Environmentally friendly and energy effective oil and gas production: 9.8 mill. DKK
- Energy effective transport projects: approx. 2.8 mill. DKK
Decisions on support will be made mid December 2018.
Call of June 2018 and updated application forms are available below.
List of applications for EUDP:
Annex 2: Project Budget
Annex 3: Gantt diagram