Published on April 11th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor0
Potential Funding Opportunity For PV Projects In Europe
April 11th, 2013 by Guest Contributor
The European Union’s NER300 programme, which funds innovative low-carbon energy demonstration projects, has issued a new call for proposals. EPIA monitoring has found that it includes several potential funding opportunities for PV projects.
Published on 3 April, the call for proposals includes the following subcategories of projects that can compete for funding:
- Large-scale concentrator photovoltaics power plants with nominal capacity 20 MWe [PVa] with an AC system efficiency of 28% or higher
- Large scale multi-junction Si-thin-film photovoltaic power plants with nominal capacity 40 MWe [PVb] with a module area efficiency of 11% or higher, and an AC system efficiency of 8.5% or higher
- Large scale CIGS-based photovoltaics power plants with nominal capacity 40 MWe [PVc] with a module area efficiency of 16% or higher, and an AC system efficiency of 13% or higher
An indicative timetable for the call has been published:
|3 April 2013||Call for Proposals published|
|3 months from publication of Call for Proposals||Member States submit Proposals to the EIB|
|Up to 12 months from publication of Call for Proposals, subject to the number of Project Applications||Selection assessment, notably EIB Due Diligence assessment|
|Up to 17 months from publication of Call for Proposals, subject to the number of Project Applications||Ranking list, confirmation and Award Decision|
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