Horizon 2020 overview - Dennis Schut

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Presentation 1 of 8 from Horizon 2020 for Rail event held 8th Nov 2013. High level overview of where Horizon 2020 fits in Beginning with the Transport White Paper, and Challenge 2050. Introduction to Horizon 2020 research programme, its scope and purpose, and how it will differ from the previous Framework Programmes.

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  • 1. High level overview of where Horizon 2020 fits in H2020 - Content and new proceduresDennis Schut UIC Research ManagerHorizon 2020 for Rail Nov 8th 2013

2. CONTENTS > Europe 2020 > Innovation Union > White Paper > Challenge 2050 for Rail > Horizon2020 > Draft Work program 2014 2015 & 1st Call content > Submission and evaluation procedures > New TEN-T and more guidelines & possibilities2 3. Europe 2020 Europe 2020 is the EU's growth strategy for the coming decade. Europe needs to become a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. help the EU and the Member States deliver high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion. Five ambitious objectives: employment innovation education social inclusion climate/energy Each MS has adopted its own national targets in each of these areas. Concrete actions at EU and national levels underpin the strategy 3 4. Innovation UnionA pocket guide on a Europe 2020 initiative Europes future is connected to its power to innovate. The Innovation Union, an action-packed initiative for an innovation-friendly Europe, is the solution. It forms part of the Europe 2020 strategy that aims to create smart, sustainable and inclusive growth4 5. EC White Paper 2011Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area - Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system5 6. EC White Paper - Summary Roadmap of 40 concrete initiatives to: build a competitive transport system that will increase mobility, remove major barriers in key areas and fuel growth and employment dramatically reduce Europe's dependence on imported oil and cut carbon emissions in transport by 60% by 2050 No more conventionally-fuelled cars in cities 40% use of sustainable low carbon fuels in aviation; at least 40% cut in shipping emissions 50% shift of medium distance intercity passenger and freight journeys from road to rail and waterborne transport.6 7. Challenge 2050 (for the rail system) >A vision of the future of the European rail system>Where it could be in 2050 (as seen through the eyes of the sectors leaders)>Will encourage delivery of a business-led vision>Describe the role rail can play in the development of the European region>It is NOT: - -7a research/innovation agenda (ERRAC) or an agenda for delivery of the White Paper 8. 8Whatdoesitcover? >Threecorepillars: Policy Technical Services >Comprises: The vision document itself setin2050 A suppor 40% success rate at stage 2 Stage 2 proposers more committed; partnerships more stable; proposals more accurate in the description of work and administrative part Info days for "GO" proposals: opportunity to clarify outstanding issues37 38. The Connecting Europe Facility Financing the TEN-T infrastructure Linked to innovation and Development! 39. Connecting Europe Facility One instrument three sectorsConnec31.7 billion (transport funds) 19.7bn: grant component (estimate) With an estimated average co-funding rate of 20% could generate 98.5bn 2bn: innovative financial instruments (estimate of market take-up) With an estimate leverage of up to 15 or 20 could generate total investments 30bn to 40bnof 10bn to be transferred from the Cohesion Fund (grants) To be allocated exclusively to projects in Cohesion Fund eligible Member States With an estimated average co-funding rate of 85% could generate 11.5bn140bn to 150bn: total amount of investments that could be generated 46. CEF transport budget allocation 80 85 % of for preidentified projects listed in CEF Annex horizontal priorities, sections on 10 core network corridors, other important core network sections 15 20 % for other projects on the core and comprehensive networks 47. CEF grants (3): Co-funding rates Types of ProjectsAll Member StatesMember States eligible for Cohesion Fund(a) Studies (all)50%80-85% Cross border 40% 80-85% Bottleneck 30% 80-85% Other projects of common interest 20% 80-85% Cross border 40% 80-85%Bottleneck 30% 80-85%Other projects of common interest (b)Works on Rail Inland waterways20% 80-85%Inland transport connections to ports and airports (rail and road)20%80-85%Development of ports20%80-85% Development of multi-modal platforms20%80-85% Reduce rail freight noise by retrofitting of existing rolling stock20%20%Freight transport services20%20%Secure parkings on road core network20%20%Motorways of the sea20% 30% (Council proposal)20% 30% (Council proposal)ERTMS (rail) (+ RIS & VTMIS Council proposal)50%80-85%Other modes20% 80-85% Cross border road sectionsnone (Council proposed 10%)80-85% New technologies and innovation for all modes of transport (Council proposal)20%20%Traffic management systems 48. Structural funds: complementary EU financial support for transport infrastructure development >Cohesion Fund (CF) 34 billion (out of which 10 billion within CEF) for transport infrastructure in eligible Member States TEN-T sections (both core and comprehensive) Up to 85% of eligible costs >European Regional Development Fund (ERDF/FESR) A part of total ERDF 170 billion to be dedicated to transport infrastructure TEN-T sections (both core and comprehensive) Connecting secondary and tertiary nodes to TEN-T infrastructure Less developed regions: up to 85% of eligible costs Transition regions: up to 75% of eligible costs 49. Thank you for your kind attentionschut@uic.org49