Find the Right Funding Scheme

We strive to secure fundings for ambitious projects with great potential. This is why before offering a quotation, we thoroughly assess the project to see how well it matches any possible funding program shown below.

Looking for funding? 


Sign up for our Newsletter

EIC Accelerator – SME Instrument

The EIC Accelerator (previously SME Instrument) is part of the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot that supports top class innovators, entrepreneurs and small companies with funding opportunities and acceleration services. The main focus of the EIC Accelerator is on market-creating innovations that shape new markets and generate jobs, growth and higher standards of living.

EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program)

The EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program) is a funding scheme under the Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen), which supports private companies and universities to develop and demonstrate new and innovative energy technologies. 

Innovationsfonden – Grand Solutions

Innovation Fund Denmark invests in ambitious and targeted strategic research and innovation projects that create new solutions, technologies and valuable new knowledge. Its purpose is to advance research, development and testing of innovative solutions for the benefit of growth and employment in Denmark as well as to solve societal challenges. IFD therefore invests in projects across the entire value chain, from research to implementation.

Innovationsfonden – Innobooster

Innobooster is Innovationfonden’s programme for small enterprises and entrepreneurs with knowledge-based disruptive ideas. The grant aims to help companies develop and make a new product or service ready for the market or to improve a process that increases the company’s competitiveness and creates growth. The grant may also help reduce the company’s project-related risks.


Eurostars supports innovative development projects, product development and application of existing technology in new areas of SMEs. There must be a minimum of two partners from two different EU member countries in the project.