Call for Proposals: The Joint Baltic-Nordic Energy Research Programme

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Call for Proposals: The Joint Baltic-Nordic Energy Research Programme


Deadline: 11 September 2019

Nordic Energy Research has issued a call for proposals for research projects under the joint Baltic-Nordic Energy Research programme with an aim to strengthen the common Baltic-Nordic knowledge on future challenges and developments.

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Thematic scope

The thematic scope of the call is limited to one (or more) of the four areas of key interest for the Baltic-Nordic Energy Research Programme:

  • Decarbonisation of the transport sector
  • Energy efficiency in buildings and industry
  • Energy system analysis
  • Challenges and opportunities for regional electricity grids

The scope of the call covers technical/natural sciences and social science-based research on energy. These projects should aim to address research questions from a Baltic-Nordic perspective, and to focus on regional perspectives or to solve questions that will result in added Baltic-Nordic knowledge.

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Funding Information

  • This call of 4,5 million NOK aims to support three research projects of up to two years in length.
  • Each project can be eligible for funding of up to 1,5 MNOK for the project period (2 years).
  • Research consortia partners based in the Nordic countries (here defined as Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and the autonomous areas of Greenland, the Faroe Islands and the Åland Islands) and Baltic ( Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) countries are eligible for funding. Partners outside these countries may participate in the research consortium but are not eligible for funding from Nordic Energy Research.


  • All proposals must be written in English and follow the structure set out in the application form available on the Application Portal.
  • The host institution (Project Owner) must be based in Estonia, Latvia or a Nordic country.
  • The Project Manager must be an established senior researcher at the host institution.
  • Projects must begin before 1st of February 2020 and must operate continuously for a period of 1,5 to 2 years.
  • Projects must address one (or more) of the four key interest areas
  • Letters of intent signalling institutional commitment from all participating partners must be provided together with the full proposal.

How to Apply

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