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On this page we want to offer you all the latest information on the various funding programmes as soon as they are announced. For each programme, we explain everything you need to know so that you can determine whether your company is eligible to apply for the funds.
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The various public administrations announce calls for tenders and funding programmes.

PERTE

These are large-scale strategic projects that require collaboration between administrations, companies and research centres.

Calls

This refers to announcements about tenders and funding programmes open to companies, organisations and private citizens.

See EHRA PERTE EHRA PERTE

Aimed at producing cleaner energy with innovative technologies such as offshore wind power, optimising take-up through the use of smart electrical networks, and storing the energy we produce more efficiently thanks to renewable hydrogen and storage systems.
The target recipients are companies or consortiums with related projects that generate greater economic return and employment in the short term, with continuity in the medium and long term, and that respect the environment.
Aimed at producing cleaner energy with innovative technologies such as offshore wind power, optimising take-up through the use of smart electrical networks, and storing the energy we produce more efficiently thanks to renewable hydrogen and storage systems.
A total of €16.37bn will be allocated to this PERTE, between public contributions and private investment, which will generate around 280,000 new jobs.
The call for projects will be announced in 2022 and 2023. They will be selected in the same time frame and are expected to run from this year until 2026.

See Agri-food PERTE Agri-food PERTE

The aim of this PERTE is to provide the Agri-food sector with the necessary financing and instruments to promote its competitiveness and sustainability, and to improve food traceability and safety with measures that strengthen the role of women in the sector and address the demographic challenge existing in rural parts of the country.
It comprises three core areas of action:
  • Transformation of the industrial chain to improve traceability, sustainability, competitiveness and food safety. €400mn
  • Gradual digitalisation of the sector and the agents that make up the value chain. €454.53mn
  • R+D+I applied to the Agri-food sector €148.56mn
All with the aim of generating the following impact:
  • Economic impact of €3bn on GDP.
  • Environmental impact: Reduction of emissions and promotion of a circular economy.
  • Social impact: creation of employment and attraction of population to rural areas.

See Circular Economy PERTE Circular Economy PERTE

This PERTE has an investment of 492 million euros in aid, which is expected to mobilise more than 1.2 billion by 2026. It seeks to accelerate the transition towards a more efficient and sustainable production system in the use of commodities by optimising resources and minimising waste.
The circular economy will generate at least 70,000 jobs in Spain related to the recycling, repair and service sectors, and will reduce the Spanish economy's external dependence on commodities.
Most of the subsidies will go to sectors that are addressing sustainability challenges, such as textiles, plastics and capital goods for renewable energy. The aid will also promote eco-design, reuse and waste management, and the digitalisation of companies to improve competitiveness and innovation.
This strategic project focuses on two lines of action:
  • Actions on key sectors: textiles, plastics and capital goods for the renewable energy industry.
  • Transversal actions to promote the circular economy in the business world. It includes aid aimed at projects to promote the circular economy in any sector that requires support to complement its efforts. The aid will be distributed in four categories aimed at the reduction of commodity consumption, the development of eco-design, waste management and digitalisation.
This Circular Economy PERTE shares synergies with others that have already been rolled out such as Renewable Energies, Renewable Hydrogen and Storage (ERHA), Agri-food, and Electric and Connected Vehicles.

See Naval PERTE Naval PERTE

The key challenge of this PERTE is to diversify the naval sector by steering it towards new products, digitalise the sector, improve its environmental sustainability and train workers.
The planned total investment is 1.46 billion euros, of which 310 million euros will be provided by the state and 1.15 billion euros by private investors.
It is calculated that this PERTE will contribute to the modernisation of the sector, increasing competitiveness by around 15% and achieving an annual growth rate of 9%. In terms of employment, it is expected to contribute to the creation of 3,100 quality jobs, mainly in peripheral regions.
The naval sector plays a strategic role in strengthening industry and creating jobs. As well as directly contributing to the economy, it is a vital pillar for developing other activities such as freight transport, the use of marine resources and tourism. It also plays a key role in the Spanish economy due to the fact that our international trade is closely linked to maritime transport.