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Research and Development Fund (Efficiency for Access Coalition)

Deadline: 16 January 2019.

Efficiency for Access Coalition

Efficiency for Access Coalition launches research and development fund to accelerate innovation in off-grid and weak grid appliance technologies.

Research & Development projects must focus on developing an innovative appliance technology or product for use in off-grid and weak-grid settings, which has both a strong potential to positively benefit targeted users and to scale. Research & Development projects must also take into account gender equality and social inclusion issues.

In this round, grants are available from £50,000 to £200,000.

There are 3 options to apply for a grant, depending on the stage of the R&D project:

  • Early stage for feasibility studies (lasting 6 to 12 months)
  • Mid-stage for industrial research (lasting 12 to 24 months)
  • Late stage for experimental development (lasting 12 to 30 months)

Applicants must be a legally registered and physically established business, academic organisation, non-profit, public sector organisation, or research and technology organisation from anywhere in the world.

Applicants for funding may also form partnerships (such as between academics and businesses, or between entrepreneurs and established businesses).

Applications must demonstrate outcomes linked to both the EforA Coalition’s overall objective of accelerating energy access via improved availability, affordability, efficiency and performance of a range of Low Energy Inclusive Appliances particularly suited to developing country contexts, and the R&D scope for this round.

Applicants must demonstrate sufficient match funding for project costs.

Applicants must demonstrate a track record in research and innovation, and/or provide strong evidence of their capacity to successfully implement the R&D project.

Deadline: 16 January 2019 at midnight GMT (19:00 Colombian time)

(AAT)

[Boletín SIUN 418, 29/30 de noviembre de 2018]

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