EUDP is a funding scheme under the Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen), which supports the development and demonstration of innovative energy technologies.
EUDP (Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program) supports private companies and universities to develop and demonstrate new energy technologies. Support is provided following EU state aid rules.
Through EUDP, the Danish Energy Agency aims to promote efficient use of energy and support Denmark to become fossil fuel-free by 2050. Thus, EUDP provides grants for various projects that contribute to the Danish energy industry’s growth and employment.
Foreign project participants can receive EUDP aid according to the same rules as Danish participants. However, the primary 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.
What’s Required in the Application?
To be considered for a grant from EUDP program, a number of documents and requirements must be fulfilled:
- The application must be submitted in English, unless the applicant applies for less than 3 million DKK (per projecT).
- The application must be in English if the project contains any research activity or education of a Ph.D.
- The main applicant must register and submit the application via EUDP application portal online using the business Nem-ID.
Required Documents (Appendices)
- Appendix 1: Application Form
- Appendix 2: Budget (Project Finances)
- Appendix 3: Gantt Chart
- Appendix 4: Business Model Canvas
- Appendix 5: Declaration of Participation (from all project participants)
- Appendix 6: CVs
- Appendix 7: Description of research content for the research-technical evaluation
- Other appendices (Optional): business plan, etc.
What’s New in This Year (2019)’s Round?
- The application template (Appendix 1) is updated this year.
- It is now a requirement to provide a “Business Model Canvas” (Appendix 4), which is included in the application package.
EUDP Strategy 2017-2019
The Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) has set out its new strategy for in the period of 2017-2019. The EUDP Board focuses on supporting development and demonstration projects and activities that utilize Danish business potentials. Emphasis is also placed on participation in international cooperation within the EU, IEA, and Mission Innovation.
With this strategy, the Board takes a broader and more global perspective then in the previous approach to arrive at the primary areas of initiative in which it makes the best sense to invest in future years. Learn more about EUDP strategy by clicking the below button.