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Sustainable Freight Transportation open for applications

  • Publisert 13.05.2011
The Nordic Council of Ministers’ Energy and Transport Program is launching a new call for proposals for projects within Sustainable Freight Transportation.
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Deadline

15.09.2011

The Nordic Council of Ministers’ Energy and Transport Program is launching a new call for proposals for projects within Sustainable Freight Transportation. Approximately 10 MNOK is to be distributed among successful project proposals. The deadline for proposals is September 15th 2011.

 

The application deadline has expired.

This call is now closed for further applications.

 

In this call Sustainable Freight Transportation is defined as covering a broad field of technologies within renewables and energy efficiency.

 

The overall objective of the Energy and Transport Program is to contribute to the achievement of the Nordic vision of becoming "the Green Valley of Europe". To create a sustainable transport sector not only personal transportation needs to be considered. Freight transportation is a significant part of the Nordic transport sector and has a great potential for further development.

 

The Energy and Transport program focuses on projects of common Nordic benefit and projects that can generate added value in the Nordic region. The proposed project team must consist of a consortium with participants from at least three Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). 

 

Read more about the program, find the application form and download the full call text at www.energyandtransport.net

 

In case of any further questions please contact:

Benedicte Staalesen, project manager
bst@nordicenergy.net
, phone:  +47 46 81 17 54

 

Kari Chr. Nordby, project assistant
kcn@nordicenergy.net

 

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The Energy &Transport programme

The Energy & Transport programme seeks to identify and fund projects that contribute to the Nordic region strengthening its position in the development, testing and use of electric transport solutions.

 

This objective is directly aimed at contributing to the achievement of the Nordic Prime minister’s vision of the Nordic region as “the Green Valley of Europe”- A global testing ground for sustainable transport solutions.

 

The Energy & Transport programme is managed by a board of notable officials from the 5 national energy and transport authorities.

 

The administration of the Energy and Transport programme is handled by Nordic Energy Research and Nordic Innovation.

 

Read more about the Energy & Transport programme at www.energyandtransport.net

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