A selection of prominent programmes:
Top Sector Energy programmes
Each year, the Top Sector Energy opens up a wide range of grant schemes, which are bundled within the Top Sector Energy Schemes.
LIFE focuses on environmental projects that demonstrate innovative concepts or technologies with European added value.
Wadden Sea Fund
The Wadden Fund was established to give a sustainable and qualitative impulse to both the ecology and the economy of the Wadden Region.
EIA, MIA and Vamil
Companies that invest in energy-saving or environmentally friendly assets can count on a tax advantage via the EIA and MIA.
SDE++ – Stimulating Sustainable Energy Transition
The grant Stimulering Duurzame Energietransitie (SDE++) is intended for companies and (non-)profit institutions in various sectors that (will) produce renewable energy or apply CO2-reducing techniques.
CEF-T stands for Connecting Europe Facility Transport and focuses on connecting and improving the transport network within Europe.
DKTI-Transport – Demonstration Climate Technology and Innovation – Transport
DKTI-Transport aims at demonstrating sustainable innovations in transport, such as low-emission means of transport and alternative fuels.
SDS – Sustainable Shipbuilding Grant Scheme
The purpose of the SDS is to stimulate innovative sustainability in shipbuilding. This grant scheme is intended for Dutch shipyards.
ELENA is a grant scheme that aims to support cities and local authorities in the development of large-scale projects in the field of energy and transport.
Innovation Fund for Climate Action
The ultimate goal of the Innovation Fund for Climate Action is to achieve the EU objectives of the Paris Climate Convention and to provide financial incentives towards a climate-neutral Europe in 2050.
ISDE – Sustainable Energy Investment Grant
The Sustainable Energy Investment Grant (ISDE) stimulates households and companies to use less gas and more sustainable heat. This scheme subsidies the purchase of solar boilers and heat pumps.