PPP Program Allowance

Status of this subsidy instrument

In 2018 there are new possibilities for knowledges institutes and companies to use the PPP Program Allowance (‘PPS-toeslag’) from the TKI Wind op Zee for collaboration projects. 

Description

The PPP Program Allowance is a subsidy instrument of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy to stimulate private-public partnerships. The various ‘Topconsortia voor Kennis en Innovatie’ (TKIs) receive the PPP Program Allowance and use these monetary resources for new collaboration projects. These collaboration projects may consist of fundamental research, industrial research and experimental development.

Every year the PPP Program Allowance budget for the TKI Wind op Zee is based upon the height of private investments in collaboration projects in the previous year. The TKI Wind op Zee uses a large part of the generated PPP Program Allowance in consultation with the knowledges institutes which submitted these projects to spend on new collaboration projects. In such collaboration projects knowledge institutes and companies are always working together: companies can also contact the knowledge institutes to share ideas about potential projects. Additionally, with the remaining funds a new strategic call will be organized to initiate collaboration projects for new consortia.

For questions and possibilities about the usage of the PPP Program Allowance at the TKI Wind op Zee, please contact: pps-toeslag@tki-windopzee.nl. We can think along about new ideas, possible collaborators and how to use this subsidy most effectively.

Characteristics

Target projects

Fundamental research, industrial research and experimental development

Target group

Knowledge institutes and companies

TRL level

All TRL levels

Tender

On a rolling basis throughout the year

Budget

Varying per year

Conditions

All collaboration projects need to

  • Participants in collaboration projects deal adequately with property rights;
  • Actual collaboration needs to take place;
  • The consortium should be able to hand over a written collaboration agreement;
  • The collaboration projects contribute to the Dutch knowledge economy;
  • The collaboration project fits within the TKI Wind op Zee program.