Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP)

The Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) funds development and demonstration of new energy technologies which can contribute to meeting energy political objectives. At the same time, the projects should develop Danish business potential for growth and employment. The program supports in particular the demonstration of new technologies when basic research is completed. All types of new energy technologies can be supported.

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EUDP initiated 71 new projects in 2012. The 71 new projects were funded with a total grant of DKK 371.2 million. Of this, 44 are new energy techno- logical development and demonstration projects, while 27 are new collabo- ration projects under International Energy Agency (IEA). In 2012, the largest funding amount was in 2012 given to hydrogen and fuel cells. The areas receiving the second-largest funding amount are Smart Grid systems and wind power.

A large proportion of the projects focus on developing new technologies which can become central in a future non-fossil energy system supplied with electricity from for example wind turbines and biomass. Technologies concerning ‘intelligent electricity consumption’ and technologies for storage and conversion of energy are in focus. It is very likely that these projects will be able to provide a valuable contribution to a future without fossil energy and at the same time create economic growth and workplaces.

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Contact

EUDP
Amaliegade 44
DK-1256 København
Denmark

Phone: (+45) 33 92 67 00
Fax: (+45) 33 11 47 43
E-mail: ens@ens.dk
Web: www.ens.dk

Mr. Lennart Andersen
Amaliegade 44
DK-1256 København
Denmark

Phone: (+45) 33 92 67 02
Fax: (+45) 33 11 47 43
E-mail: ens@ens.dk

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13 NOVEMBER 2019