Starting from October 2020 and up until 31 December 2020, applications are welcome for research stays and remote lab access to ERIGrid 2.0 testing facilities. Distributed over 13 European countries, 21 top-class laboratories will open doors to external users and their research projects. Successful applicants will be granted funding covering their travelling expenses, accommodation, all lab operation costs and support of the laboratory staff on site.

Among selection criteria are such factors as scientifc and technical relevance and innovation, as well as prospect of social impact and impact on EU industry.

Providing open access to Europe’s best laboratories, their equipment, know-how and experts’ support – all free of charge, ERIGrid 2.0 lab access programme is a unique opportunity for smart energy engineers. With the first call closing on 31 December 2020, ERIGrid 2.0 will be inviting further applications on a 3-4-month basis.

Find all information about the laboratories and the application process on the Lab Access page and in the Lab Access Guide.

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1st Call for Free Lab Access Open: Apply Until 31 December 2020