The survey contains 12 questions and should take about 10-20 minutes to complete if you have read the CETP proposal. Find a draft version of the partnership proposal here:

CET Proposal

Co-funded European Partnerships are implemented under the responsibility of the partners that receive a budget contribution from Horizon Europe (Grant Agreement) to co-fund their joint programme of activities. Such partnerships are expected to be best suited for Member States and Associated Countries, whose research funders (energy research program owners and managers) are at the core of a partnership consortium. Discussion are underway to include other public and international partners. The funding of calls for proposals launched by the CETP will follow national rules for applicants from their respective country.

The Clean Energy Transition Partnership
A transformative R&I Programme across Europe, the European Partnership for Clean Energy Transition will boost and accelerate energy transition in all its dimensions. It will enable joint R&I programmes from regional to national and global level, co-supported by industry, public organisations, research and citizens’ organisations to make Europe a frontrunner in energy innovation and eventually the first climate-neutral continent. With an ambitious Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) targeting 2030 the partnership will address key challenges of the energy transition with a clear orientation towards outputs and measurable impacts.
Target audience
The proposers for the Clean Energy Transition Co-Funded Partnership Programme (CETP) wish to consult policy stakeholders as widely as possible.

Therefore, the consultation aims at the following stakeholders:
•        Ministries and agencies that are primarily concerned with energy
•        Ministries and agencies that are primarily concerned with research and innovation in the energy sector and those concerned with Horizon Europe
•        Representatives in the National Energy and Climate Plans Technical Working Group,
•        Managing Authorities for the European Structural and Investment Funds
•        National and Regional research program owners and managers,
•        Future, present and past beneficiaries of programme co-fund actions of the EU Framework Programme
•        Representatives of other proposed partnerships in Horizon Europe
•        Relevant EU Framework Programme NCP networks,
•        The SET-Plan Steering Group 

The consultation is also targeted at corresponding international initiatives such as IEA Technology Collaboration Programmes and Mission Innovation Challenges.
As the CETP will have an impact on society and will contribute to a range of societal fields, so will be the impact of deliberation about facts, practices and values. Hence,  the consultation seeks input from citizens, and stakeholders in general; thus, the consultation is open to anyone who wishes to take part.

Why we are consulting
Alongside individual research and innovation projects and missions, Horizon Europe will support European Partnerships to address common priorities jointly  with Member States, the private sector, foundations and other stakeholders. The CETP is anticipated to build on and grow several initiatives that have funding of transnational research and innovation projects at their heart – above and beyond to the very successful framework research programme of the European Commission. We also wish to grow the level and intensity of cooperation among European research programme owners and managers beyond the planning and execution of joint calls. We wish to use the feedback to demonstrate the added value of this initiative.

The objective of this consultation is to seek the views of EU Research and Innovation (R&I) stakeholders and citizens on the proposed CETP under the future Horizon Europe Research and Innovation programme (2021-2027). Based on the draft proposal we wish to consult on the context, the challenges and the areas to be addressed by the CETP, as well as links to other initiatives. The feedback gathered from this public consultation will provide crucial input for the formation of the CETP. 

GDPR
All consultation questionnaires received are formally recorded and in accordance with data protection. Your personal details are used solely in connection with the consultation process and the development of the CETP. Your data will be stored for 12 months and after that they will be deleted. You can withdraw your consent at any time by e-mailing the contact address for this consultation.
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