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Impact monitoring of EU Aviation R&I

Expected Outcome:

Project results should deliver an impact monitoring toolbox, including preliminary impact assessments, of the European aviation research and innovation - integrating the impact of all Horizon Europe relevant aviation R&I actions along its three pillars, excluding any actions beyond technologies and optimised operations (i.e. use of sustainable aviation fuels and market-based measures). Project results are expected to contribute to the following expected outcome:

  • Deliver a toolbox, including preliminary impact assessments, that will be the reference choice for the definition and assessment of environmental, climate and competitiveness policy options of future European aviation R&I and regulatory measures (e.g. be used as the reference software to support future European Commission Impact Assessments) and assist EU Member States/Associated Countries, the European Commission and EASA in ICAO Working Groups and other International regulatory agencies. The toolbox, should also be able to perform trade-off studies, address the most cost-effective policy options as a function of time (towards up to 2070) and allow policy makers, industry and scientists to take informed decisions.

Scope:

The proposal is expected to build on and improve an already established reference European toolbox (e.g. developed in retained proposal(s) from HORIZON-CL5-2022-D5-01-14) able to assess the impact of European aviation R&I, which is deployed to perform impact assessments of European relevant aviation R&I actions in Horizon Europe. The European Aviation R&I policy, and aviation policy at large, need a European capability (as open-source as possible) to assess what has been achieved and provide forecast analysis of the expected outcome of technological, operational measures. The toolbox, through its impact assessments, should provide insight that will be used in the communication of the impact and achievements of European, National and private aviation R&I investments.

The toolbox should:

  • incorporate methodological, science-based and validated models that can be traced;
  • pay particular attention – beyond CO2 emissions - to non-CO2 emissions and climate-sensitive regions as well as address interdependencies (e.g. noise in the airport vicinity);
  • integrate and make use of existing toolboxes developed in previous EU R&I Framework Programmes (e.g. TEAM_PLAY, CS2-TE);
  • be able to set the level of fidelity for aircraft technologies and air transport system, based on available data;
  • be aligned with the methodology, assumptions, criteria, and required data for seamless data exchange with the Clean Aviation and SESAR 3 partnerships. The Commission will further take into consideration other Horizon Europe impact assessments and coordinate it with the Clean Aviation Technical Committee and SESAR 3 Scientific Committee.

The participants should work closely together with the relevant European Commission Services, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, the Clean Aviation and SERAR3 European Partnerships as well as the European Environment Agency.

General Information

Call Type
EU Horizon Europe
Eligible Country/ies
EU + Horizon Europe associated countries
Call Identifier (if any)
HORIZON-CL5-2024-D5-01-09
Expected Outcome or Impact
ExpectedOutcome:
Project results should deliver an impact monitoring toolbox, including preliminary impact assessments, of the European aviation research and innovation - integrating the impact of all Horizon Europe relevant aviation R&I actions along its three pillars, excluding any actions beyond technologies and optimised operations (i.e. use of sustainable aviation fuels and market-based measures). Project results are expected to contribute to the following expected outcome:

- Deliver a toolbox, including preliminary impact assessments, that will be the reference choice for the definition and assessment of environmental, climate and competitiveness policy options of future European aviation R&I and regulatory measures (e.g. be used as the reference software to support future European Commission Impact Assessments) and assist EU Member States/Associated Countries, the European Commission and EASA in ICAO Working Groups and other International regulatory agencies. The toolbox, should also be able to perform trade-off studies, address the most cost-effective policy options as a function of time (towards up to 2070) and allow policy makers, industry and scientists to take informed decisions.
Target Groups
Research Institutes, Academia, Small- and Medium Enterprises, Industry, Non-government organisations, Start-Ups
Submission Deadlines
Single fixed deadline
(Next) Submission Deadline
18 April 2024
Type of Funding Instrument
Individual Support
Max. funding amount per project [EURO]
3.000.000€
Overall budget for all projects [EURO]
3.000.000€
Horizon Europe project type
Research and Innovation Action (100% funding)

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