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  03 February 2022

Horizon Europe Program, Cluster 5: Climate, Energy, Mobility, application results for 2021 calls under Destination 2  that were open between June 24 and October 19, 2021, have been announced. 6 projects involving 5 institutions from Turkey were supported and a total of 1,740,830 Euro grants were received. The competition was high and 1871 institutions and organizations applied for 16 calls.

The details of the supported projects are as follows:

  1. FORD OTOMOTIV SANAYI ANONIM SIRKETI is supported as a partner in the successful consortium for the call HORIZON-CL5-2021-D2-01-06 with the project acronym: RHINOCEROS (RHINOCEROS)
  2. KANSAI ALTAN BOYA SANAYI VE TICARET ANONIM SIRKETI is supported as a partner in the successful consortium for the call HORIZON-CL5-2021-D2-01-04 with the project acronym: NoVoC (Eliminating VOC from Battery manufacturing through dry or wet processing)
  3. NESSTEC ENERJI VE YUZEY TEKNOLOJILERI SANAYI VE TICARET ANONIM SIRKETI, as an SME, is supported as a partner in the successful consortium for the call HORIZON-CL5-2021-D2-01-06 with the project acronym: FREE4LIB (Feasible Recovery Of Critical Raw Materials Through A New Circular Ecosystem For A Li-Ion Battery Cross-Value Chain In Europe)
  4. SAKARYA UNIVERSITY is supported as a partner in the successful consortium for the call HORIZON-CL5-2021-D2-01-06 with the project acronym:FREE4LIB (Feasible Recovery Of Critical Raw Materials Through A New Circular Ecosystem For A Li-Ion Battery Cross-Value Chain In Europe)
  5. TÜBİTAK is supported as a partner in the successful consortium for the call HORIZON-CL5-2021-D2-01-15 with the project acronym: GREENET (NCPS NETwork for the GREEN transition in climate, energy and mobility)
  6. TÜBİTAK is supported as a partner in the successful consortium for the call "HORIZON-CL5-2021-D2-01-16 with the project acronym: DUT (European Partnership Driving Urban Transitions)

As the Horizon Europe Program Coordination Office of Turkey Cluster 5: Climate, Energy, Mobility Area National Contact Points; we congratulate our Turkish stakeholders and wish them a continuous success.

 

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