Applications for the EIT Climate-KIC and EIT Digital Sustainable Cities Climate Impact Challenge in 2023 are currently open.
The challenge seeks to identify impactful and innovative projects which seek to decarbonize transport in cities and accelerate the take-up of active, shared, collective and/or electric mobility. This project tends to support the transition to cleaner, greener, and smarter mobility, in line with the objectives of the European Green Deal, Urban Mobility Framework and the EU Cities Mission.
Worth of Award
Each city challenge selected will be granted between USD 50,000 and USD 75,000.
- Cities in the EU Member States, Horizon Europe Associated Countries, the United Kingdom and Switzerland (with a population of at least 25,000) are eligible to apply.
- Proposals should be submitted by city councils, municipalities (including municipality owned organizations/companies) or local authorities. They should also include a letter demonstrating the support of the mayor or city leader or other evidence of senior political support or mandate.
- Proposals should support the transition to cleaner, greener, and smarter mobility. This is in line with the objectives of the European Green Deal, Urban Mobility Framework and the EU Cities Mission.
How to Apply
Submit a two-page (A4, pdf, maximum 1,000 words) project proposal describing the sustainable mobility challenge that they would like to tackle. Address the following points in your proposals:
- Problem to solve
- Proposed solution
- Project timeline
- Anticipated climate/environmental/social benefits – and how they will be measured
- Potential for replicability in other cities.
- Solution providers such as start-ups, SMEs or NGOs involved – if any.
Deadline: The call for the EIT Climate-KIC and EIT Digital Sustainable Cities closes on Sunday, November 13, 2022 (23:00 CET).
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To apply, please submit your proposal here: [email protected]