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Latest open and restricted public calls

  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.1/0027/RC of 13/04/2015
    NL - Na het incident in Fukushima is op alle nucleaire installaties in België een stresstest uitgevoerd door de federale instanties voor nucleaire controle. De audit resulteerde in een aantal kritische aanbevelingen voor de nucleaire installaties van het IRMM. Een van de aanbevelingen is de installatie van een nieuwe noodgenerator als back-up voor de reeds bestaande generatoren. Deze aanbesteding biedt een oplossing voor de auditaanbeveling. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ EN - After the Fukushima incident, a stress test was performed by the Federal Authorities for Nuclear Control on all the nuclear installations in Belgium. The audit resulted in a number of critical recommendations for the IRMM nuclear installations. One of the recommendations is the installation of a new emergency generator as a back-up for the already existing generators. This procurement gives a solution for the audit recommendation.
    Last Update: 27-04-2015
  • JRC/IPR/2015/H.6/0001/OC of 06/02/2015
    This framework contract is to provide the Joint Research Centre (JRC) with satellite remote sensing data (SRS) data and off-the-shelf products (SRS data products) to be used in several projects within the JRC for the fulfilment of its work programme. These include the development, implementation and monitoring of policies and activities related to Sustainable Use of Natural Resources, Disaster Emergency Response, Global Stability and Security, and Maritime Policy, as defined by the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) and relevant acquis.
    Last Update: 27-04-2015
  • JRC/BRU/2015/A.5/0010/NC of 13/04/2015
    Conference facilities (conference rooms, equipment and catering) for event to host 200 participants in Ulm, Germany
    Last Update: 27-04-2015
  • JRC/PTT/2015/F.3/0027/NC of 23/04/2015
    Europe, like many other parts of the world, is facing a big challenge in securing its energy supply while at the same time meeting climate goals on CO2 emissions. As energy demand is increasing and domestic production of conventional resources will soon enter decline, the gap between supply and demand is widening, resulting in a growing dependency towards a few exporting countries. Europe needs more consistent and reliable estimates in order to make informed social, political and industrial decisions. This requires a shared and integrated geological model of the distribution and properties of shale layers, and a uniform assessment methodology including commonly agreed and scientifically based criteria and evaluation parameters. A uniform and consistent European geological knowledge framework is needed to facilitate integration of future exploration data gathered within the various basins and countries and to improve the general understanding of the greater European exploration and production potential.
    Last Update: 23-04-2015
  • JRC/IPR/2015/F.7/0031/NC of 23/04/2015
    The Apollo solar simulator is used in the scope of the PV-REF institutional work programme and gives unique possibilities for measuring new and emerging photovoltaic products and technologies. To assure the continued optimal performance and availability of this simulator, a dedicated maintenance contract is required.
    Last Update: 23-04-2015