EERES4WATER call to apply for transnational services on energy and water tech is open

Submitted by David Paez on 08 October 2021

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The European project EERES4WATER, coordinated by CTA and funded by the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme, has launched a transnational Open Call to request free support services focused on developing innovative technologies in the water-energy nexus.

The call is open for any type of entity, such as SMEs or universities, and is carried out by filling out a form through the project website until October 31st, 2021.

The portfolio includes inspection and certification technologies focused on energy-efficient and renewable energy sources, that can be apply in the water cycle, such as desalination and photovoltaic energy for water pumping and wastewater treatment, among others.

The aim of the call is to support businesses throughout the entire product development, testing and certification for Energy-Water nexus related processes and technologies.

This activity is coordinated by the Technological Institute of Canarias (ITC). CTA and the Universities of Seville, Cardiff and Évora also participate.

For more information, visit the project website by clicking here.

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CTA Energy and Environment
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