Bioindustrie: aperto fino all’8 settembre il bando per ricevere 188 milioni

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Bioindustrie: prende il via il bando BBI JTI 2016, il partenariato pubblico-privato (PPP) promosso dalla Commissione europea nell’ambito della strategia europea per la Bio-economia con l’obiettivo di accelerare la creazione di una bio-industria europea competitiva. 

Il bando per accedere ai finanziamenti è aperto fino alle ore 17.00 (ora locale di Bruxelles) dell’8 settembre. Il PPP vede la partecipazione dell’Ue, con la Commissione europea, e del consorzio Bio-based Industries, composto da più di 200 membri, tra grandi imprese e PmiI, cluster regionali, associazioni, istituti di ricerca e piattaforme tecnologiche, appartenenti a settori diversi, dall’agricoltura all’industria chimica. Per il periodo 2014-2020, l’Ue ha destinato al PPP sulle bio-industrie 975 milioni di euro, tramite Horizon 2020, mentre il contributo del settore industriale ammonta a 2,73 miliardi di euro, per un totale di oltre 3,7 miliardi di euro. Le domande devono essere presentate entro l’8 settembre 2016,

Il bando BBI JTI 2016, dotato di un budget di 188.650.000 euro, finanzierà progetti relativi a diversi argomenti:

BBI-2016-D01: Improve sustainability of value chains based on forest biomass and increase productivity and profitability on supply side by adapting forests to climate changes
BBI-2016-D02: Improvement and adaptation of industrial crop varieties and novel sources of biomass to diversify biomass feedstock for biorefineries
BBI-2016-D03: Valorisation of lignin and other side-streams to increase efficiency of biorefineries and increase sustainability of the whole value chain
BBI-2016-D04: New and optimised biorefinery approaches enabling the creation of local value chains in underdeveloped or unexploited areas
BBI-2016-D05: Bio-based polymers/plastic materials with new functionalities for medical, construction, automotive and textile industries
BBI-2016-D06: Valorisation of the organic content of Municipal Solid Waste and contributing to the renewable circular economy
BBI-2016-D07: Optimise technical production routes to bio-based chemicals in bio- or chemo-catalytic processes
BBI-2016-D08: New sources of proteins for animal feed from co-products to address the EU protein gap
BBI-2016-D09: Biomass production on unused land for conversion into added-value products while ‘boosting rural and industrial development’
BBI-2016-F01: Valorisation of by-products or waste-streams from the food processing industry into high added-value products for market applications
BBI-2016-F02: Converting bio-based feedstocks via chemical building blocks into advanced materials for market applications
BBI-2016-R01: Valorisation of the organic content of wastewater as feedstock, contributing to the renewable circular economy
BBI-2016-R02: Develop consolidated bioprocesses for direct fermentation into bio-compounds for chemicals and materials
BBI-2016-R03: Improve control over microorganism growth in bio-catalysis operations in order to reduce/avoid contamination without antibiotics
BBI-2016-R04: Flexible biorefining technologies able to handle different feedstock, leading to new value chains or enlarging existing ones by using the same processing plant
BBI-2016-R05: Advanced biomaterials for smart food packaging
BBI-2016-R06: Bio-based alternatives to improve protection of human health and the environment
BBI-2016-R07: Biopolymers with advanced functionalities for high performance applications
BBI-2016-R08: Emerging technologies for conversion of the organic content of Municipal Solid Waste and improving waste-to-chemicals value chains
BBI-2016-R09: Exploiting algae and other aquatic biomass for production of molecules for pharma, nutraceuticals, food additives and cosmetic applications
BBI-2016-R10: Industrial biotransformation for the production of bio-based chemicals
BBI-2016-R11: Recover and reuse enzymes to reduce costs of existing industrial processes
BBI-2016-R12: Emerging technologies for separation and purification of fermentation products to obtain high grade bio-based molecules at industrial level
BBI-2016-S01: A roadmap for the chemical industry to a bioeconomy
BBI-2016-S02: Bioeconomy related open access research infrastructure and assessing its capabilities for industry driven development projects
BBI-2016-S03: Open-innovation Platform strengthening cooperation and joint development of bio-based industries and downstream sectors.

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