A deep dive into specific issues and answers to commonly asked questions. This section is regularly updated

Citizen Science in Horizon Europe

This info sheet on citizen science in Horizon Europe summarises the key points on citizen inclusion to pay attention to when applying for Horizon Europe calls for proposals.

EIT Culture and Creativity

EIT Culture & Creativity will bridge silos across the creative sectors and industries, and power the next generation of innovators and creatives across Europe.

Internally invoiced goods and services in Horizon Europe

Rules have changed in Horizon Europe - now based on unit costs according to usual accounting practices , and through cost divers. Practical details are listed.

Participation of Third Countries in Horizon Europe: implementation details

In this infosheet you can find detailed information on how to include non-EU countries in your Horizon Europe proposal.

Horizon Results Platform

A social media-like advertising space where key outputs from Horizon-funded projects are published, with as main goal to increase the impact of the results.

IP in EU-funded Projects

Dealing in a correct manner with Intellectual Property (IP) is key to the successful implementation of collaborative projects. How is this arranged in Horizon-funded projects?

In-kind contributions

Third parties may give in-kind contributions to an action (i.e. personnel, equipment, other goods, works and services, etc. which are free-of-charge) if necessary for the implementation

Experts - some background

Who are those people that evaluate the proposals? What background do they have? And what instructions do they get?

DNSH principle in Horizon Europe

The EU Sustainable Taxonomy has been introduced as a classification system allowing to determine what can be considered as a sustainable activity according to several horizontal criteria.

Hop on Facility in Horizon Europe

The Hop on Facility call will provide the possibility for legal entities from low R&I performing countries (=widening countries) to join already selected collaborative projects under Pillar 2 of Horizon Europe.


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Circusol - Circular Business Models for the Solar Power

Circusol is an Innovation Action project funded under a cross-cutting work programme part of Horizon 2020. Circusol aims at unleashing the full potential of circular business models, in particular Product-Service Systems, in simultaneously delivering real environmental, economic and user benefits. By that, Circusol aims to establish solar power as a spearhead sector in demonstrating a path driven by service-based businesses towards a circular economy in Europe.

A strong Flemish partnership in new Horizon 2020 project on circular economy business demonstrators, including VITO (Coordinator), IMEC, Ecopower cvba, Futech bvba, PV Cycle aisbl and Daidalos Peutz bvba.


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