About Green Development and Demonstration Programme
With support from Green Development and Demonstration Programme (GUDP) companies can undertake development, demonstration and networking projects that develop and/or demonstrate business oriented thinking in the Danish food industry through green transition that simultaneously supports both environmental sustainability and economic sustainability.
Possibilities within GUDP
Green Development and Demonstration Programme (GUDP) supports both small and large companies initiating projects within the following areas:
- Sustainable crop production
- Sustainable livestock production with better animal welfare
- CO2-neutral energy production in agriculture
- Market-driven organic production
- Productivity gains and increased value creation Sustainable fisheries and sustainable aquaculture production
Upon successful application, companies can get
- Funding of DKK 0,25 M – 15 M
- Network to secure development partners and market
Requirements within GUDP
Projects funded by Green Development and Demonstration Programme (GUDP) are industry-driven projects in the farming, fishing and aquaculture industry. Projects should aim to create new and improved technologies, and apply these technologies on products, in processes or in services. In addition, GUDP ensures that funds are allocated for projects in the food sector.
GUDP supports projects that focus on the interaction between sustainability, efficiency and value boost. Companies may apply alone or with partners. The project duration cannot outlast four years.
Below are the upcoming deadlines for Green Development and Demonstration Programme. Expect 1-2 months for the proposal writing process.
This call supports development and demonstration projects (with or without research activities) and network projects. Funded projects are to result in both green and economic sustainability effects. GUDP support the development of new:
- Production systems
- Analysis Methods
- Management and logistics solutions
Establishment of a pilot plant for bio refining green biomass can promote the use of agricultural crops with more positive climate and environmental impacts than for example, grain crops. In bio refining of clover grass, juices are produced for biogas, press cakes for livestock feed and protein concentrate for stock feed. The purpose of establishing a pilot plant is to qualify, optimize and demonstrate technology as well as to map expected effects and side effects.
Funding are given for the establishment of pilot plants for green bio refining (investment in research infrastructure) as well as development and demonstration activities related to the plant, including mapping of effects. The maximum funding is DKK 8 million.
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