Q&A

Which are the standard eligibility conditions in terms of countries for building consortia?

04.02.2016 | Which are the standard eligibility conditions in terms of countries for building consortia? The general rules for eligibility conditions in terms of countries for building up consortia can be found in the H2020 General Annexes: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/other/wp/2016_2017/annexes/h2020-wp1617-annex-c-elig_en.pdf

Which countries are eligible for funding?

04.02.2016 | Which countries are eligible for funding? The general rules regarding countries eligible for funding can be found in the H2020 Participant Portal Online Manual: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/docs/h2020-funding-guide/grants/applying-for-funding/find-partners_en.htm

Who can apply to the H2020 SRC activities?

04.02.2016 | Who can apply to the H2020 SRC activities? The general rules regarding who can apply, can be found in the H2020 Participant Portal Online Manual: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/docs/h2020-funding-guide/grants/applying-for-funding/find-partners_en.htm In addition of these general rules, these are the admissibility conditions for the COMPET-3-2016: No beneficiaries of grant agreement EPIC (640199) except DLR research institutes, Eurospace and SME4Space VZW ... Read more »

What is the SRC on Electric Propulsion?

04.02.2016 | What is the SRC on Electric Propulsion? The Horizon 2020 Space Strategic Research Clusters (SRC) on Electric Propulsion “In-space Electrical Propulsion and Station-Keeping” is a system of grants connected among them, aiming at a common long-term objective. The Commission considers that such an objective is best achieved through a multi-annual structured approach. The SRC system ... Read more »

Where to find the Horizon 2020 call documents for Electric Propulsion?

22.10.2015 | The European Commission has published the final version of the 2016/2017 Space Work Programme on their Space homepage and in the Particpant Portal. It includes two topics related to Electric Propulsion: COMPET-3-2016-a and COMPET-3-2016-b You can download the full Work Programme here: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/h2020-section/space Please take note that it is very important to consider the guidance documents ... Read more »

What is EPIC?

17.01.2015 | What is EPIC? The “Electric Propulsion Innovation & Competitiveness” (EPIC) is the PSA (Coordination and Support Action) of the H2020 SRC on Electric Propulsion. Its main functions are: elaborating an SRC roadmap and implementation plan; providing advice to the Commission for the SRC calls documentation for Operational Grants, contributing to the assessment of progress and ... Read more »