Programme is targeted towards Estonian companies. Norwegian companies are the main target group for partnership. The other legal entities, for example associations, foundations, universities, clusters operating both in Estonia and Norway are considered eligible partners. Joint projects of Estonian and Norwegian companies and partners are preferred.
The programme has three focus areas, Green Industry Innovation, ICT and Welfare Technology, with ICT as a horizontal element across Green Industry Innovation and Welfare technology.
The programme will thus focus on two main pillars:
(1) development of innovative ICT-led green products, services and processes in the area of Green Industry Innovation and ICT, and
(2) development of new products and services in the area of welfare technology.
Programme amount is 27 million euros. Open call total for public competition (grants) is 18,5 million euros. Project grant rate is 25 – 75%, depending on planned activities and relevant state aid type. Average length of a small grant scheme project is foreseen 3-4 months and main call project up to 36 months. Grant amount in small grant scheme is 10 000 – 20 000 EUR per project. Indicative grant per project in main call is 200 000 – 700 000 EUR (up to 1 250 000 EUR in welfare technology).
GreenICT programme is the successor of the previous Green ICT programme that was implemented in 2008 – 2014. See also the video introducing the previous programme as well as projects that received grants.
Estonian-Norwegian bilateral cooperation projects are preferred in the programme. In case you wish to receive help in finding a partner in Norway, please fill out the partner search form. EAS, together with Donor Programme Partner Innovation Norway, help you to distribute your partner search form to potential partners in Norway.
Events, partner search:
Trade Development Agency
Programme specifics (grant), general management:
Phone +372 627 9452
Start your partner search activities and fill in the questionnaire.
Read detailed information about Norway Grants, the Donor Programme Partner.
Read more about Innovation Norway, the donor programme partner.
Read more on Ministry of Finance’s webpage.
Norway Grants 2014-2021 regulatory documents.