Along with 21 other organisations, EFIEES has sign a letter reminding that in no circumstances should Horizon Europe’s Cluster Climate, Energy and Mobility receive less than the amount the Commission proposed in 2018 (13.3bn EUR in constant 2018 prices) – and that it should in fact receive much more.

Horizon Europe is a vital instrument to cement the EU’s recovery long-term and embed it in the transition to climate neutrality by 2050 – rightfully a key policy priority of the EU. With a smaller Horizon Europe budget, the EU must invest sensibly. It must prioritise funding for those technologies that will deliver on the EU’s energy & climate targets.


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