Call Announcement

go The ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus initiative is pleased to announce:

3rd Joint Call for Transnational
RDD Projects on Smart Grids -
now open

Further details

Read more about the 3rd Joint Call incl. timeline of the call. 

Previous Joint Calls

In 2016, ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus launched its 2nd Joint Call for transnational RDD projects on Smart Grids. 9 projects from 8 regions/countries were approved for funding. Find further details about the  2nd Joint Call and funded projects at our website.

In 2015, ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus launched its 1st Joint Call for transnational RDD projects on Smart Grids in partnership with funding programs from 20 European countries and regions. 21 approved projects from 19 regions/countries with a total funding of EUR 31 Mio. were selected in December 2015. The projects are co-funded by the European Commission under H2020. Find further details about the source site 1st Joint Call and funded projects at our website.

About the Initiative

ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus is an initiative of 21 European countries and regions. The vision for Smart Grids in Europe is to create an electric power system that integrates renewable energies and enables flexible consumer and production technologies. This can help to shape an electricity grid with a high security of supply, coupled with low greenhouse gas emissions, at an affordable price. Our aim is to support the development of the technologies, market designs and customer adoptions that are necessary to reach this goal. The initiative is providing a hub for the collaboration of European member-states. It supports the coordination of funding partners, enabling joint funding of RDD projects. Beyond that ERA-Net SG+ builds up a knowledge community, involving key demo projects and experts from all over Europe, to organise the learning between projects and programs from the local level up to the European level. 




For questions related to our calls, please contact: callmanagement[at]

Karina Barnholt Klepper
Nordic Energy Research

Marie Kjellén
Nordic Energy Research