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Made in Europe - State of Play

                  

 

Made in Europe is the manufacturing partnership with the European Commission under the Framework Programme 'Horizon Europe' (2021_2027)

 

In May 2019, a Made in Europe Partnership draft proposal has been tabled and is since then being discussed between the relevant bodies involved, namely the European Commission, Member States and EFFRA.

 

In order to better define the possible scope and ambition of the Partnership, the Made in Europe guidance document and the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA)  have been prepared by EFFRA, in cooperation with the European Commission.  The document reflects the need for and the ambition of this new manufacturing partnership.

 
Based on joined expertise and resources, the Made In Europe partnership will be the voice and driver for sustainable manufacturing in Europe. It will boost European manufacturing ecosystems towards global leadership in technology, towards circular industries and flexibility. The Partnership will contribute to a competitive, green, digital, resilient and human-centric manufacturing industry in Europe. It will be at the center of a twin ecological and digital transition, being both a driver and subject to these changes
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The main work programme of Horizon Europe for the period 2021-2022 has been adopted. The first calls for proposals are published on the  Commission's Funding and Tenders Portal since the 22nd of June and the deadline will remain on the 23rd of September 2021. Please find the Work Programme 2021-2022 for Digital, Industry and Space - here. The Made in Europe calls will be all labelled as “twin-transition” calls (meaning both the green and the digital transition). Please note that we have launched a public consultation on the work programme of Horizon Europe 2023-2024 with respect to manufacturing research & innovation, in particular with regard to the Made in Europe Partnership. More information can be found - here.

 

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