Funding programme Digital Europe Programme
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Department European Health and Digital Executive Agency
- To enable sharing of key product related information that are essential for products’ sustainability and circularity, including those specified in Annex III of ESPR proposal, across all the relevant economic actors. Consequently, to accelerate the transition to circular economy, boosting material and energy efficiency, extending products lifetimes and optimizing products design, manufacturing, use and end of life handling.
- To provide new business opportunities to economic actors through circular value retention and optimisation (for example product-as-a-service activities, improved repair, servicing, remanufacturing, and recycling) based on improved access to data;
- To help consumers in making sustainable choices; and
- To allow authorities to verify compliance with legal obligations.
- Deployed and validated at scale and real life setting Digital Product Passports in at least two value chains.
- Report on further needs for standardisation and specifications to ensure interoperability, security and acceptance by all the stakeholders.
- Recommendations based on the lessons learnt for the deployments of DPP in other value chains.
Eligibility criteria for the applicants (beneficiaries and affiliated entities) :
The award criteria for this call are as follows: − Relevance − Alignment with the objectives and activities as described in section 2 − Contribution to long-term policy objectives, relevant policies and strategies, and synergies with activities at European and national level − Extent to which the project would reinforce and secure the digital technology supply chain in the EU* − Extent to which the project can overcome financial obstacles such as the lack of market finance* − Implementation − Maturity of the project − Soundness of the implementation plan and efficient use of resources − Capacity of the applicants, and when applicable the consortium as a whole, to carry out the proposed work − Impact − Extent to which the project will achieve the expected outcomes and deliverables referred to in the call for proposals and, where relevant, the plans to disseminate and communicate project achievements − Extent to which the project will strengthen competitiveness and bring important benefits for society − Extent to which the project addresses environmental sustainability and the European Green Deal goals, in terms of direct effects and/or in awareness of environmental effects * Maximum points: 15 points. Individual thresholds per criterion: 3/5, 3/5 and 3/5 points. Overall threshold: 10 points. Proposals that pass the individual thresholds AND the overall threshold will be considered for funding — within the limits of the available budget (i.e. up to the budget ceiling). Other proposals will be rejected.