Small and medium-sized enterprises may have good ideas for greener products and services, but often lack research resources of their own. This programme gives such businesses the chance to develop their innovative ideas in collaboration with higher education institutions and research institutes. The focus is on areas judged to be of major significance for Sweden’s industrial competitiveness.
A fourth and final call in February attracted 21 applications, seeking total funding of around SEK 60 million.
In June, a decision was taken to award funding of SEK 20 million for six projects, on air pollution, new lubricants, and recycling of brass and low-energy bulbs.