popular grants

To support projects that demonstrate clear game-changing, innovative and/or disruptive and ambitious ideas that lead to new processes, products or services, from any technology area or sector, which have the potential to deliver significant business growth. Deadline: 13 April 2022.
The Net Zero Innovation Portfolio is a £1 billion fund, to accelerate the commercialisation of low-carbon technologies, systems and business models in power, buildings, and industry. Competitions will be launching throughout 2021.
Apply for funding to develop innovative healthcare products, technologies and processes. This competition aims to develop innovative healthcare products, technologies and processes. These can include, for example: disease prevention and proactive management of health and chronic conditions earlier, better detection and diagnosis of disease leading to better patient outcomes, and tailored treatments that either change the underlying disease or offer potential cures. Next deadline: TBC



PNO Consultants has been at the heart of innovation funding in Europe’s vital sectors for over three decades. Through our experts’ in-depth knowledge of the fields we operate in, and our involvement in hundreds of successful projects, we engage daily in promoting and stimulating innovations in Agro and Bioeconomy, Chemistry, Energy, Environment and Circular Economy, ICT, Life Sciences and Health, Transport, Universities and Research. We are dedicated to supporting the growth and continued innovation within these sectors.


Roto-Hybrid Process® Cylinders for Green Gravure Printing
An integrated biorefinery for the conversion of dairy by-products to high value bio-based chemicals.
Production Ready Heat Exchangers and Fuel Cell Stacks for Fuel Cell micro-combined heat and power (mCHP).


"Taking sex and gender into account improves science," and it is the famous journal Nature that says so, in a December 2020 editorial. Sex and gender must therefore be taken seriously in horizon Europe.

Read more in the publication by Christiane Abele from our sister organisation ARTTIC.


HEATSTACK puts the spotlight on clean energy supply through fuel cell system development.