Decision published

19 December 2018

Total amount granted: Approximately 24 000 000 SEK

Research project grant for energy-oriented basic research

The Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Energy Agency are collaborating in the focus area and have made decisions on the projects to be funded with research project grants for energy-oriented basic research 2018.

Decision published 14:30 19 December 2018

Please note that only notice in Prisma guarantees that a grant has been approved.


The Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Energy Agency are collaborating in the focus area relating to research project grants for energy-oriented basic research. The Swedish Energy Agency is responsible for the call as a whole, and the Swedish Research Council has assisted in the review process.

Information about the review process and a list of the projects that will be supported by the Swedish Energy Agency will be published on the Swedish Energy Agency’s website. The Swedish Energy Agency is responsible for communications relating to grant decisions and the continued management of the grants.

Contact persons

Fredrik Brändström, Swedish Energy Agency, +46 (0)16 544 23 66

Elisabeth Tehler, Swedish Research Council, +46 (0)8 546 44 018


PubliSHED ON 06 September 2018

UpDATED ON 22 July 2020

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