Green Offshore Tech announces second call for proposals

17 January 2023
Grants of EUR 60,000 maximum for SMEs

The initiators of the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany have announced a second call for proposals as part of the EU's Green Offshore Tech project. SMEs now have until the deadline of March 24, 2023 to submit their ideas and receive grants of up to EUR 60,000, a comprehensive range of services and access to an international network.

SMEs all over Germany welcome

"Our goal is to motivate as many companies from Germany as possible to apply via the second call," said Oliver Bretag, Project Manager for Green Offshore Tech at the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany. While the first call was aimed at certain regions, this second call is open to SMEs nationwide. "The formal hurdles for the application are not high and any idea for a green maritime sector is welcome. This allows SMEs to contribute to the entire project and to implement the EU's Green Deal," he pointed out.

Innovations for shipping and renewable energy infrastructure

The Green Offshore Tech project consortium includes clusters from 15 regions and seven European countries i.e., Norway, Portugal, Latvia, Poland, Iceland, Britain and Germany. Green Offshore Tech aims to drive innovation in green maritime shipping and renewable maritime energy infrastructure. Funding is provided for products, services, methods and processes. The technology does not have to be fully developed. SMEs focusing on the maritime sector can upload their application for existing and envisaged projects on the Green Offshore Tech website.



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