Grants for Planning activities and Demonstration Projects

Financing technology for new markets
Are you looking to introduce your proven and sold technical solution to a new market? Or, is your organisation looking to import technology that’s new to your country?

The Demo Environment Programme funds international technology transfers involving buyers in the following 14 countries:
  • Africa: Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia
  • Asia: Bangladesh, Cambodia
  • Latin America: Bolivia, Colombia, Guatemala
  • Western Balkans: Bosnia and Hercegovina, Serbia
  • Eastern Europe: Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine

Focus areas
The programme’s emphasis is on cleantech products, systems, processes, and services which offers clear advantages over competing solutions in the following focus areas:
  • Climate change adaption/mitigation
  • Ecosystem services
  • Renewable energy
  • Water and sanitation
  • Urban development
Grants for Planning activities and Demonstration Projects
Grants for planning activities are awarded to help entrepreneurs explore new markets and research their technology’s impact on the environment and poverty reduction. In Demonstration Projects, local actors receive financing to help them import technologies that offer solutions to local environmental challenges.

Grants are awarded on a competitive basis. The Seller in a partnership can apply for a Planning Grant, and the Buyer can apply for a Demonstration Project grant. However, a partnership may not submit applications for both grants during a single call for applications.

The Demo Environment programme is financed by The Swedish Agency for Development Cooperation (Sida), and has been managed by The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket) since 2007.

Grants for Planning activities
  • The main applicant (the Buyer) must be a company or organization based in one of the 14 prioritized countries.
  • The Buyer is required to identify an international partner (the Seller) who will be offering new technology for the buyers country (i.e the technology does not currently exist in the country). The seller should be based outside of the importing market.
  • The Buyer and Seller should have a signed purchase agreement before submitting the full application.
  • Applying companies or private organizations must have at least 3 employees. We particularly encourage applications from small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • Both partners must exhibit sound finances and a reasonable turnover. It is also required that both parties have been in operation for at least three years.
Demonstration Projects
  • The main applicant (the Buyer) must be a company or organization based in one of the 14 prioritized countries.
  • The Buyer is required to identify an international partner (the Seller) who will be offering new technology for the buyers country (i.e the technology does not currently exist in the country). The seller should be based outside of the importing market.
  • The Buyer and Seller should have a signed purchase agreement before submitting the full application.
  • Applying companies or private organizations must have at least 3 employees. We particularly encourage applications from small and medium-sized enterprises.
  • Both partners must exhibit sound finances and a reasonable turnover. It is also required that both parties have been in operation for at least three years.
Moreinfo:
https://tillvaxtverket.se/medarbetar-sidor/aktuellt/english/demo-environment-programme.html
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