1st Mile is proud to announce that three out of four funding applications for the 2020 EUDP call were successful. This marks a 75% success rate – consistent with 1st Mile’s history of achievements
The EUDP 2020 call granted funding for a total of 41 projects with a total amount of DKK 308 mio. When the application round closed in March, the EUDP had received 88 project applications with a total requested grant amount of just over DKK 897 mio.
For privacy reasons, two out of three winning applications agreed to be featured, including:
- ARC: DKK 30 mio.
- LED iBond: DKK 9,6 mio
Amager Ressource Center (ARC), is København’s famous waste-to-energy facility. In February 2020, ARC completed a study showing that it is both technically and economically feasible to couple CCS (carbon capture and storage) and CCU (carbon capture and utilisation) technology to its plant. ARC’s outstanding project aims to construct, commission and operate a cost-effective pilot-scale Carbon Capture plant at ARC, operating at net-zero energy consumption and therefore complying with København’s municipality’s ambition to become CO2-neutral by 2025.
LED iBond’s project, which was also featured here, is centred around the company’s flagship product Tracy®, which will serve as the base for a new smart LED infrastructure system for the green and smart buildings of the future.
The EUDP is a funding scheme under the Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen) through which the Agency aims to promote efficient use of energy and support Denmark’s path towards becoming fossil fuel-free by 2050. Thus, the EUDP provides grants for various projects that contribute to the Danish energy industry’s growth and employment. To read the official press release please click here.