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Is your company investigating options for cheaper, climate neutral and/or circular products and services? Are you working together with other companies or researchers in a partnership? Then you might be eligible for the TSE Industry scheme.

On July 6th, this new subsidy scheme airs, with a budget of 8.86 million and a maximum of 500K per project. The scope of the scheme ranges from:

  • MMIP6 (e.a. CCU and CCS), MMIP7 and MMIP8:
    • Closure of industrial chains
    • A CO2-free industrial heating system
    • Maximum electrification and radically renewed processes
  • Climate neutral aviation and shipping fuels (including synthetic fuels, provided that they reduce greenhouse gasses by 70%, compared to fossil fuels)
  • A module for the circular economy.

Other requirements for this scheme are:

  • Projects for CCS are focused on implementation and faster rollout before 2030;
  • Projects for CCU must have a first market application by 2030 at the latest;
  • The scheme opens on July 6 and closes September 14.

Projects that don’t fit into the scheme:

  • Large-scale innovation projects: they fall under the MOOI scheme.
  • Pilot and demonstration projects fall under the Energy and Climate Innovation Demonstration (DEI+).
  • Projects that focus on the reduction of the basic amount of an SDE+ category fall under Renewable energy.
  • For fundamental research, other forms of funding are possible, via NWO/NWA and the PPS allowance.

For more information, please visit the website: https://www.rvo.nl/subsidie-en-financieringswijzer/tse-industrie

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