Following the Monitoring Committee that took place in Sinaia in March 2019, version seven of the programme manual has been approved and published. Here are the main changes:
- The importance of providing short versions of action plans is now highlighted;
- The latest end date for the eligibility of expenditures was extended from 1 June 2023 to 1 August 2023 in order to allow fourth call projects to start on 1 August 2019;
- A reminder was added for fourth call projects that, following the lump sum, no real cost reporting should occur in phase two and all expenditure related to phase one activities must be paid out by the end date of phase one so that it can be included in the last progress report of phase one;
- The participation of the joint secretariat in the final dissemination event of the project (phase two) is now explicitly mentioned;
- References to links and guidelines related to the project’s communication and available on the programme website were added;
- A reminder of the participation of projects to programme events in phase two was added.
If you are using an older version of the manual, you might find useful a document where the changes compared to the previous version, last updated in December 2018, are highlighted. You can find the document here.
Recordings from the webinar series for lead applicants held from 15 to 18 May 2018 are now available.
Tips are based on the joint secretariat experience in assessing proposals and ranked and validated by partners of already approved projects.
Are you interested in submitting your project proposal in the fourth call? Do you have a burning question on any aspect of the call? Join us online on Fridays.
The first WINPOL communication event for Malta will take place on 25 April 2019 and focus on environmental NGOs.
This inter-disciplinary conference will consider how best to exploit low carbon sources of energy, and manage or reduce energy demand.
A two-day event open to quadruple helix innovation actors with the aim to share experiences on the issue: ‘Funding IPP: challenges and opportunities’.