Energy Demand Reduction in the Built Environment Joint India-UK Call for Proposals
Funds for NGOs Last date 15 March 2017
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Please note that you must read the full Call document for guidance before submitting your proposal
Energy Demand Reduction in the Built Environment
Joint India-UK Call for Proposals
Call type: Invitation for proposals
Closing date: 15 March 2017 at 16:00 (GMT; please note that the
deadline in India is 17:30 on 15 March, India Standard Time)
Funding Available: EPSRC and ESRC, as part of the RCUK Energy Programme, expect to commit up to £3.8M for 4 or 5 proposals of up to 4 years in length. This will be matched by equivalent funding from the Department of Science and Technology (DST), India.
How to apply: Full proposals should be submitted by 15 March 2017.
Assessment Process: Full proposals will undergo peer review in the UK and India
and a panel composed of Indian and UK experts will prioritise proposals for funding.
Deadline for Full Proposals 15 March 2017
Prioritisation Panel Late June/early July 2017
Funding decision July 2017
Grant start date 1 September 2017
Additional information: Only proposals that involve academic collaboration between the UK and India will be considered. Indian and UK principal and co-investigators must be academic researchers from institutions eligible to apply for DST or Research Council funding respectively. All proposals must have equal or proportionate participation from UK and Indian researchers. This activity is supported through the Newton Bhabha Fund.
Dr J.B.V. Reddy
For Newton Fund and Official Development Assistance queries please contact Gavin
Summary: The Government of India’s Department of Science and Technology (DST) and EPSRC and ESRC, as part of Programme, jointly invite proposals for collaborative research projects focussing
on reducing energy demand in the built environment Bhabha Fund.
RCUK and DST are looking to strengthen collabora research institutions. India is one of the RCUK priority countries for increasing research collaboration, with the objective of pairing the best UK researchers with the best overseas. Likewise, DST also accords high priority to research collaboration with the UK.
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