Call for applications
We are primarily looking for SME applicants with strong commitment to drive sustainable development!
Prospective organisations are invited to apply for Planning grants under the “Demo Environment Programme” until 15 March 2019.
Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis until the deadline (or until all programme funds have been used). Applications will specifically be collected and evaluated on few fixed dates.
Applying for Planning grant
Applications for Planning grants will follow a one-step procedure, which means that applicants should submit only a "Full Application".
Applications will be reviewed and screened on a rolling basis and specifically on 4 fixed evaluation dates. All necessary details on how to apply for a Planning grant is available under "Grants for Planning activities" below.
- Last chance to apply for a Planning grant is 15 March 2019
The sooner the better
The fixed evaluation date mentioned above have been established to guide applicants on when submitted applications will be specifically collected and evaluated. Considering the limited funds that are available in the programme and that this programme period will permanently close on 31 December 2019, we highly recommend applicants to submit project ideas as early as possible - before or at the fixed evaluation dates listed under each grant below.
- Applications will not be accepted after the final application dates (or after all program resources have been used) and project costs incurred after 31 December 2019 will not be reimbursed.
- If you need to edit your original application, please do not submit a new version of your application. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to submit and inform about the edits you would like to make.
Grants for Planning activities
Last chance to apply for a Planning grant is 15 March 2019.
A one-step application process for Planning grants
Applicants for Planning grants should only submit a full application through our online application form below. A full application for Planning projects includes submitting detailed project information as well as several mandatory appendices and enclosures.
Applications must be submitted in English and through Tillväxtverket’s online application platform. In the online application form "Min Ansökan", please start by changing the language ("other languages") in the upper right corner to English. Submit a full application through the link below.
A summary of the questions that you will find in the application form is available for printing.
Applicants must adhere to all mandatory eligibility criteria (details in the link below) and submit all mandatory appendices and enclosures listed below. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Fixed evaluation dates for Planning projects
Applicants are recommended to submit project ideas as early as possible - before or at the following fixed evaluation dates.
- 9 September 2018
- 21 October 2018
- 16 January 2019
- 15 March 2019
Mandatory appendices and enclosures for Full Applications, Planning grants
- Appendix 1. Information on the Partner Organisations
- Memorandum of Understanding between the partners
- Annual Reports for both partners
- Certifications of registration for both partners
- Fact sheet or brochure for the technology (optional)
All attachments above must be available in English.
General conditions and information
Before applying, please read the General conditions for Demonstration Grant and Planning Grant.
Tillväxtverket will publish information on approved projects (project country, project name, project owner, partner and focus area) on Tillväxtverkets official website. Such information will not include personal data.
Tillväxtverket may be required to, under its applicable rules, including the public's general right to access governmental and public documents, (Swedish: regler om allmänna handlingars offentlighet) to disclose documents received from the applicant.