India-Sweden collaborative industrial research & development programme

This Request for Proposals (RFP) is open for Indian and Swedish companies who jointly aim to develop new innovative technologies, processes and advanced or technology-based services which will in subsequent steps generate sustainable solutions for society coupled with market potential.


The cooperation should be led by a commercial company in the respective country and the consortium could, in addition, include research performing organisations such as universities, research institutes, or other similar entities.


Expected call opening date
  • 06/Apr/2021
Deadline to submit applications applications
  • 15/Jul/2021
Starting of projects
  • December 2021
Total EU Budget for the year
  • Unknown M€
Average budget per project
  • Total project funding as a Grant (by DST) for Indian applicants is up to 50% with  a maximum limit of INR 150 lakhs per project. Indian R&D organisation/academic institution may receive up to 100% of their costs.
Number of projects to be funded
  • Unknown
  • India – Spain
Target applicants
  • Commercial (for-profit) company registered under the Indian Companies Act 1956/2013, which operates in and is headquartered in India. Academic institutions and research centers, (including non-profit research institutes recognized by DST) that are headquartered and operate in India are strongly encouraged to partner for projects.
Main stakeholders
  • N/A

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India-Sweden collaborative industrial research & development programme 2021

India-Sweden collaborative industrial research & development programme 2021

This Sweden-India program aims to foster and support the development of collaborative R&D projects that bring together companies, research organizations, academics and other collaborators from both countries for the joint development of innovative products or processes in the following technology sectors: Smart and sustainable cities and transport systems; and Clean technologies, IoT and digitalization.

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