Horizon Europe’s first strategic plan 2021-2024: Commission sets research and innovation priorities for a sustainable future.
Last month the European Commission has adopted the first strategic plan for Horizon Europe, the new EU research and innovation programme worth €95.5 billion in current prices.
The strategic plan sets out four strategic orientations for research and innovation investments under Horizon Europe for the next four years:
An ambitious plan for an ambitious programme.
* Promoting an open strategic autonomy by leading the development of key digital, enabling and emerging technologies, sectors and value chains;
* Restoring Europe’s ecosystems and biodiversity and managing sustainably natural resources;
* Making Europe the first digitally-enabled circular, climate-neutral and sustainable economy;
*Creating a more resilient, inclusive and democratic European society.
International cooperation underpins all four orientations, as it is essential for tackling many global challenges.
Hyperevo constantly monitors the funding opportunities in order to help their partners and customers to be really part of this important change and supporting the process of innovation respecting and realizing the Sustainable Development Goals – SDGs.
Moreover, one of the most important milestones of Hyperevo is exactly the creation and organization of partnership and networks that work in order to make the European industry more resilient and competitive.