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Challenge programme 2024 – Novel or emerging technologies for sustainable and continuous energy supply (Denmark)

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The Challenge programme 2024 – Novel or emerging technologies for sustainable and continuous energy supply from the Novo Nordisk Fonden (NNF) supports research teams to advance fundamental knowledge and development of novel or emerging technologies for sustainable and continuous energy supply, complementing intermittent energy supply forms, thereby contributing to a decarbonised and secure energy system in the future. The Challenge calls for interdisciplinary collaboration between physics, chemistry, engineering, energy planning, modelling, and materials science. The project lead must be at least 75% affiliated with a Danish university, research institution or other non-profit organization. The programme provides between 30-60 million DKK over 6 years. Funds may be used for:

  • Salary for scientific and technical employees
  • PhD Tuition Fee
  • Equipment
  • Infrastructure and/or access to large infrastructures
  • Operating expenses
  • Collaborative activities
  • Conference participation
  • Publication costs
  • Bench fees
  • Administrative support of up to 5% of the total budget (must be directly related to the project)

Applications close on October 25, 2023.

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