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    • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

      PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

      BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

      The set consists of the proposals for:

      ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

      ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

      ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

      ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

      Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

      This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

      IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

      LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

      CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

      The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

      The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

      The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

      By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

      General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

      Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

      ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

      ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

      ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

      ·        foster radiation protection;

      ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

      ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

      ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

      ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

      Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

      ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

      ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

      ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

      ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

      ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

      Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

      The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

      Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

      BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

      • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
      • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
      • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

      For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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    • OBJECTIF : établir le programme de recherche et de formation de la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (2014-2018) complétant le programme-cadre pour la recherche et l'innovation «Horizon 2020».

      ACTE PROPOSÉ : Règlement du Conseil.

      CONTEXTE: «Horizon 2020» est l'un des principaux piliers de l'Union de l'innovation, une initiative phare de la stratégie «Europe 2020» qui vise à renforcer la compétitivité de l'Europe sur les marchés mondiaux. Le principe à la base du programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» et de ses règles de participation et de diffusion consiste à adopter une approche beaucoup plus stratégique de la recherche et de l’innovation. L’ensemble des moyens d’action et des mesures sont conçus pour soutenir la recherche et de l’innovation, étendre l’espace européen de la recherche, qui assure la libre circulation des connaissances, des chercheurs et des technologies, et permettre une commercialisation et une diffusion plus rapides des innovations au sein du marché unique.

      Le paquet de propositions relatives au programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» est conforme avec la communication de la Commission intitulée «Un budget pour la stratégie Europe 2020». Il se compose des propositions établissant:

      La proposition se fonde sur une analyse d’impact approfondie, réalisée sur la base de consultations des parties concernées ainsi que d’évaluations internes et externes. Les réponses aux questions posées dans livre vert intitulé «Quand les défis deviennent des chances: vers un cadre stratégique commun pour le financement de la recherche et de l’innovation dans l’Union» ont été pleinement prises en considération dans la préparation de la proposition.

      ANALYSE D’IMPACT : l’analyse conclut que les défis posés par la sûreté nucléaire et la diminution des compétences dans le domaine nucléaire observée en Europe peuvent être relevés efficacement en exploitant les synergies entre les efforts de recherche des États membres et le secteur privé, ainsi qu'entre les disciplines scientifiques et les secteurs technologiques.

      L'action à l'échelon de l'Union peut inscrire la recherche et l’innovation dans un cadre plus solide dans le domaine nucléaire et coordonner les efforts de recherche des États membres, ce qui permet d'éviter les redondances, de conserver une masse critique dans des secteurs clés et de garantir une utilisation optimale des fonds publics.

      Un programme de l'Union peut également mener des activités de R&D à haut risque et à long terme dans le domaine de la fusion; ce faisant, il assure un partage des risques, élargit la portée des activités entreprises et permet des économies d’échelle sans équivalent.

      BASE JURIDIQUE : article 7, premier paragraphe du traité instituant la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (traité Euratom).

      CONTENU : le programme Euratom de recherche et de formation (2014-2018) concerne des activités de recherche dans le domaine de l'énergie nucléaire (fusion et fission) et de la protection radiologique. La proposition prend la forme d'un règlement unique couvrant tous les aspects de la mise en œuvre d'activités de recherche dans les domaines précités, fixant les objectifs scientifiques et technologiques et définissant les règles appropriées applicables à la participation des organismes de recherche, des universités et des entreprises. Il englobera le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion, les activités de recherche dans le domaine de la fission et de la protection radiologique, ainsi que les actions directes du JRC en matière de sécurité et de sûreté nucléaire.

      1) Les actions indirectes du programme Euratom visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

      • soutenir le fonctionnement sûr des systèmes nucléaires;
      • contribuer au développement de solutions pour la gestion des déchets nucléaires ultimes;
      • soutenir le développement et le maintien des compétences nucléaires à l'échelon de l'Union;
      • promouvoir la radioprotection;
      • progresser sur la voie de la démonstration de la faisabilité de la fusion en tant que source d'énergie, par l'exploitation des installations de fusion existantes et futures;
      • jeter les bases des futures centrales électriques à fusion, en développant des matériaux, des technologies et un schéma conceptuel;
      • promouvoir l'innovation et la compétitivité industrielle;
      • assurer la disponibilité et l'utilisation d'infrastructures de recherche d'intérêt paneuropéen.

      2) Les actions directes du programme visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

      • améliorer la sûreté nucléaire, notamment: la sûreté du combustible et des réacteurs, la gestion des déchets et le déclassement et la préparation aux situations d'urgence;
      • améliorer la sécurité nucléaire, notamment: les garanties nucléaires, la non-prolifération, la lutte contre le trafic et la criminalistique nucléaire;
      • assurer l'excellence de la base scientifique pour la normalisation ;
      • promouvoir la gestion des connaissances, la formation initiale et continue;
      • soutenir la politique de l'Union sur la sûreté et la sécurité nucléaires et l'évolution de l'Union européenne correspondante.

      Le règlement répond également à l'objectif de simplification en faisant référence au même fonds de garantie des participants que dans le programme-cadre Horizon 2020.

      En outre, le programme Euratom (2014-2018) présente une simplification poussée des règles de financement ainsi qu'une stratégie révisée en matière de contrôle, réalisant ainsi l'objectif de simplification globale.

      INCIDENCE BUDGÉTAIRE : l’enveloppe financière pour l'exécution du programme Euratom s’élève à 1.788,889 millions EUR. Ce montant est ventilé comme suit:

      • actions indirectes pour le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion: 709,713 millions EUR;
      • actions indirectes pour la fission nucléaire, la sûreté et la radioprotection: 354,857 millions EUR;
      • actions directes: 724,319 millions EUR.

      Pour la mise en œuvre des actions indirectes du programme Euratom, un maximum de 13,5% va aux dépenses administratives de la Commission. 

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    • OBJECTIF : établir le programme de recherche et de formation de la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (2014-2018) complétant le programme-cadre pour la recherche et l'innovation «Horizon 2020».

      ACTE PROPOSÉ : Règlement du Conseil.

      CONTEXTE: «Horizon 2020» est l'un des principaux piliers de l'Union de l'innovation, une initiative phare de la stratégie «Europe 2020» qui vise à renforcer la compétitivité de l'Europe sur les marchés mondiaux. Le principe à la base du programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» et de ses règles de participation et de diffusion consiste à adopter une approche beaucoup plus stratégique de la recherche et de l’innovation. L’ensemble des moyens d’action et des mesures sont conçus pour soutenir la recherche et de l’innovation, étendre l’espace européen de la recherche, qui assure la libre circulation des connaissances, des chercheurs et des technologies, et permettre une commercialisation et une diffusion plus rapides des innovations au sein du marché unique.

      Le paquet de propositions relatives au programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» est conforme avec la communication de la Commission intitulée «Un budget pour la stratégie Europe 2020». Il se compose des propositions établissant:

      La proposition se fonde sur une analyse d’impact approfondie, réalisée sur la base de consultations des parties concernées ainsi que d’évaluations internes et externes. Les réponses aux questions posées dans livre vert intitulé «Quand les défis deviennent des chances: vers un cadre stratégique commun pour le financement de la recherche et de l’innovation dans l’Union» ont été pleinement prises en considération dans la préparation de la proposition.

      ANALYSE D’IMPACT : l’analyse conclut que les défis posés par la sûreté nucléaire et la diminution des compétences dans le domaine nucléaire observée en Europe peuvent être relevés efficacement en exploitant les synergies entre les efforts de recherche des États membres et le secteur privé, ainsi qu'entre les disciplines scientifiques et les secteurs technologiques.

      L'action à l'échelon de l'Union peut inscrire la recherche et l’innovation dans un cadre plus solide dans le domaine nucléaire et coordonner les efforts de recherche des États membres, ce qui permet d'éviter les redondances, de conserver une masse critique dans des secteurs clés et de garantir une utilisation optimale des fonds publics.

      Un programme de l'Union peut également mener des activités de R&D à haut risque et à long terme dans le domaine de la fusion; ce faisant, il assure un partage des risques, élargit la portée des activités entreprises et permet des économies d’échelle sans équivalent.

      BASE JURIDIQUE : article 7, premier paragraphe du traité instituant la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (traité Euratom).

      CONTENU : le programme Euratom de recherche et de formation (2014-2018) concerne des activités de recherche dans le domaine de l'énergie nucléaire (fusion et fission) et de la protection radiologique. La proposition prend la forme d'un règlement unique couvrant tous les aspects de la mise en œuvre d'activités de recherche dans les domaines précités, fixant les objectifs scientifiques et technologiques et définissant les règles appropriées applicables à la participation des organismes de recherche, des universités et des entreprises. Il englobera le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion, les activités de recherche dans le domaine de la fission et de la protection radiologique, ainsi que les actions directes du JRC en matière de sécurité et de sûreté nucléaire.

      1) Les actions indirectes du programme Euratom visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

      • soutenir le fonctionnement sûr des systèmes nucléaires;
      • contribuer au développement de solutions pour la gestion des déchets nucléaires ultimes;
      • soutenir le développement et le maintien des compétences nucléaires à l'échelon de l'Union;
      • promouvoir la radioprotection;
      • progresser sur la voie de la démonstration de la faisabilité de la fusion en tant que source d'énergie, par l'exploitation des installations de fusion existantes et futures;
      • jeter les bases des futures centrales électriques à fusion, en développant des matériaux, des technologies et un schéma conceptuel;
      • promouvoir l'innovation et la compétitivité industrielle;
      • assurer la disponibilité et l'utilisation d'infrastructures de recherche d'intérêt paneuropéen.

      2) Les actions directes du programme visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

      • améliorer la sûreté nucléaire, notamment: la sûreté du combustible et des réacteurs, la gestion des déchets et le déclassement et la préparation aux situations d'urgence;
      • améliorer la sécurité nucléaire, notamment: les garanties nucléaires, la non-prolifération, la lutte contre le trafic et la criminalistique nucléaire;
      • assurer l'excellence de la base scientifique pour la normalisation ;
      • promouvoir la gestion des connaissances, la formation initiale et continue;
      • soutenir la politique de l'Union sur la sûreté et la sécurité nucléaires et l'évolution de l'Union européenne correspondante.

      Le règlement répond également à l'objectif de simplification en faisant référence au même fonds de garantie des participants que dans le programme-cadre Horizon 2020.

      En outre, le programme Euratom (2014-2018) présente une simplification poussée des règles de financement ainsi qu'une stratégie révisée en matière de contrôle, réalisant ainsi l'objectif de simplification globale.

      INCIDENCE BUDGÉTAIRE : l’enveloppe financière pour l'exécution du programme Euratom s’élève à 1.788,889 millions EUR. Ce montant est ventilé comme suit:

      • actions indirectes pour le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion: 709,713 millions EUR;
      • actions indirectes pour la fission nucléaire, la sûreté et la radioprotection: 354,857 millions EUR;
      • actions directes: 724,319 millions EUR.

      Pour la mise en œuvre des actions indirectes du programme Euratom, un maximum de 13,5% va aux dépenses administratives de la Commission. 

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  • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

    PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

    BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

    The set consists of the proposals for:

    ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

    ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

    Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

    This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

    IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

    LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

    CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

    The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

    The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

    The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

    By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

    General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

    Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

    ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

    ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

    ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

    ·        foster radiation protection;

    ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

    ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

    ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

    ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

    Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

    ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

    ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

    ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

    ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

    ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

    Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

    The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

    Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

    BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

    • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
    • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
    • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

    For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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  • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

    PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

    BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

    The set consists of the proposals for:

    ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

    ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

    Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

    This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

    IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

    LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

    CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

    The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

    The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

    The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

    By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

    General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

    Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

    ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

    ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

    ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

    ·        foster radiation protection;

    ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

    ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

    ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

    ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

    Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

    ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

    ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

    ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

    ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

    ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

    Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

    The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

    Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

    BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

    • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
    • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
    • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

    For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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  • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

    PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

    BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

    The set consists of the proposals for:

    ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

    ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

    Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

    This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

    IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

    LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

    CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

    The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

    The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

    The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

    By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

    General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

    Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

    ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

    ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

    ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

    ·        foster radiation protection;

    ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

    ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

    ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

    ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

    Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

    ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

    ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

    ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

    ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

    ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

    Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

    The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

    Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

    BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

    • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
    • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
    • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

    For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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  • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

    PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

    BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

    The set consists of the proposals for:

    ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

    ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

    ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

    Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

    This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

    IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

    LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

    CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

    The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

    The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

    The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

    By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

    General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

    Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

    ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

    ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

    ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

    ·        foster radiation protection;

    ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

    ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

    ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

    ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

    Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

    ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

    ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

    ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

    ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

    ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

    Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

    The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

    Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

    BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

    • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
    • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
    • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

    For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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    • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

      PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

      BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

      The set consists of the proposals for:

      ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

      ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

      ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

      ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

      Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

      This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

      IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

      LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

      CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

      The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

      The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

      The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

      By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

      General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

      Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

      ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

      ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

      ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

      ·        foster radiation protection;

      ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

      ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

      ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

      ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

      Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

      ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

      ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

      ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

      ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

      ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

      Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

      The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

      Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

      BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

      • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
      • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
      • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

      For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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    • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

      PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

      BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

      The set consists of the proposals for:

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      ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

      ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

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      Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

      This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

      IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

      LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

      CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

      The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

      The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

      The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

      By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

      General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

      Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

      ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

      ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

      ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

      ·        foster radiation protection;

      ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

      ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

      ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

      ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

      Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

      ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

      ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

      ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

      ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

      ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

      Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

      The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

      Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

      BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

      • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
      • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
      • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

      For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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    • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

      PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

      BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

      The set consists of the proposals for:

      ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

      ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

      ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

      ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

      Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

      This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

      IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

      LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

      CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

      The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

      The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

      The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

      By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

      General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

      Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

      ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

      ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

      ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

      ·        foster radiation protection;

      ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

      ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

      ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

      ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

      Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

      ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

      ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

      ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

      ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

      ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

      Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

      The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

      Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

      BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

      • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
      • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
      • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

      For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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    • OBJECTIF : établir le programme de recherche et de formation de la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (2014-2018) complétant le programme-cadre pour la recherche et l'innovation «Horizon 2020».

      ACTE PROPOSÉ : Règlement du Conseil.

      CONTEXTE: «Horizon 2020» est l'un des principaux piliers de l'Union de l'innovation, une initiative phare de la stratégie «Europe 2020» qui vise à renforcer la compétitivité de l'Europe sur les marchés mondiaux. Le principe à la base du programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» et de ses règles de participation et de diffusion consiste à adopter une approche beaucoup plus stratégique de la recherche et de l’innovation. L’ensemble des moyens d’action et des mesures sont conçus pour soutenir la recherche et de l’innovation, étendre l’espace européen de la recherche, qui assure la libre circulation des connaissances, des chercheurs et des technologies, et permettre une commercialisation et une diffusion plus rapides des innovations au sein du marché unique.

      Le paquet de propositions relatives au programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» est conforme avec la communication de la Commission intitulée «Un budget pour la stratégie Europe 2020». Il se compose des propositions établissant:

      La proposition se fonde sur une analyse d’impact approfondie, réalisée sur la base de consultations des parties concernées ainsi que d’évaluations internes et externes. Les réponses aux questions posées dans livre vert intitulé «Quand les défis deviennent des chances: vers un cadre stratégique commun pour le financement de la recherche et de l’innovation dans l’Union» ont été pleinement prises en considération dans la préparation de la proposition.

      ANALYSE D’IMPACT : l’analyse conclut que les défis posés par la sûreté nucléaire et la diminution des compétences dans le domaine nucléaire observée en Europe peuvent être relevés efficacement en exploitant les synergies entre les efforts de recherche des États membres et le secteur privé, ainsi qu'entre les disciplines scientifiques et les secteurs technologiques.

      L'action à l'échelon de l'Union peut inscrire la recherche et l’innovation dans un cadre plus solide dans le domaine nucléaire et coordonner les efforts de recherche des États membres, ce qui permet d'éviter les redondances, de conserver une masse critique dans des secteurs clés et de garantir une utilisation optimale des fonds publics.

      Un programme de l'Union peut également mener des activités de R&D à haut risque et à long terme dans le domaine de la fusion; ce faisant, il assure un partage des risques, élargit la portée des activités entreprises et permet des économies d’échelle sans équivalent.

      BASE JURIDIQUE : article 7, premier paragraphe du traité instituant la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (traité Euratom).

      CONTENU : le programme Euratom de recherche et de formation (2014-2018) concerne des activités de recherche dans le domaine de l'énergie nucléaire (fusion et fission) et de la protection radiologique. La proposition prend la forme d'un règlement unique couvrant tous les aspects de la mise en œuvre d'activités de recherche dans les domaines précités, fixant les objectifs scientifiques et technologiques et définissant les règles appropriées applicables à la participation des organismes de recherche, des universités et des entreprises. Il englobera le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion, les activités de recherche dans le domaine de la fission et de la protection radiologique, ainsi que les actions directes du JRC en matière de sécurité et de sûreté nucléaire.

      1) Les actions indirectes du programme Euratom visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

      • soutenir le fonctionnement sûr des systèmes nucléaires;
      • contribuer au développement de solutions pour la gestion des déchets nucléaires ultimes;
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      • jeter les bases des futures centrales électriques à fusion, en développant des matériaux, des technologies et un schéma conceptuel;
      • promouvoir l'innovation et la compétitivité industrielle;
      • assurer la disponibilité et l'utilisation d'infrastructures de recherche d'intérêt paneuropéen.

      2) Les actions directes du programme visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

      • améliorer la sûreté nucléaire, notamment: la sûreté du combustible et des réacteurs, la gestion des déchets et le déclassement et la préparation aux situations d'urgence;
      • améliorer la sécurité nucléaire, notamment: les garanties nucléaires, la non-prolifération, la lutte contre le trafic et la criminalistique nucléaire;
      • assurer l'excellence de la base scientifique pour la normalisation ;
      • promouvoir la gestion des connaissances, la formation initiale et continue;
      • soutenir la politique de l'Union sur la sûreté et la sécurité nucléaires et l'évolution de l'Union européenne correspondante.

      Le règlement répond également à l'objectif de simplification en faisant référence au même fonds de garantie des participants que dans le programme-cadre Horizon 2020.

      En outre, le programme Euratom (2014-2018) présente une simplification poussée des règles de financement ainsi qu'une stratégie révisée en matière de contrôle, réalisant ainsi l'objectif de simplification globale.

      INCIDENCE BUDGÉTAIRE : l’enveloppe financière pour l'exécution du programme Euratom s’élève à 1.788,889 millions EUR. Ce montant est ventilé comme suit:

      • actions indirectes pour le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion: 709,713 millions EUR;
      • actions indirectes pour la fission nucléaire, la sûreté et la radioprotection: 354,857 millions EUR;
      • actions directes: 724,319 millions EUR.

      Pour la mise en œuvre des actions indirectes du programme Euratom, un maximum de 13,5% va aux dépenses administratives de la Commission. 

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      • OBJECTIF : établir le programme de recherche et de formation de la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (2014-2018) complétant le programme-cadre pour la recherche et l'innovation «Horizon 2020».

        ACTE PROPOSÉ : Règlement du Conseil.

        CONTEXTE: «Horizon 2020» est l'un des principaux piliers de l'Union de l'innovation, une initiative phare de la stratégie «Europe 2020» qui vise à renforcer la compétitivité de l'Europe sur les marchés mondiaux. Le principe à la base du programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» et de ses règles de participation et de diffusion consiste à adopter une approche beaucoup plus stratégique de la recherche et de l’innovation. L’ensemble des moyens d’action et des mesures sont conçus pour soutenir la recherche et de l’innovation, étendre l’espace européen de la recherche, qui assure la libre circulation des connaissances, des chercheurs et des technologies, et permettre une commercialisation et une diffusion plus rapides des innovations au sein du marché unique.

        Le paquet de propositions relatives au programme-cadre «Horizon 2020» est conforme avec la communication de la Commission intitulée «Un budget pour la stratégie Europe 2020». Il se compose des propositions établissant:

        La proposition se fonde sur une analyse d’impact approfondie, réalisée sur la base de consultations des parties concernées ainsi que d’évaluations internes et externes. Les réponses aux questions posées dans livre vert intitulé «Quand les défis deviennent des chances: vers un cadre stratégique commun pour le financement de la recherche et de l’innovation dans l’Union» ont été pleinement prises en considération dans la préparation de la proposition.

        ANALYSE D’IMPACT : l’analyse conclut que les défis posés par la sûreté nucléaire et la diminution des compétences dans le domaine nucléaire observée en Europe peuvent être relevés efficacement en exploitant les synergies entre les efforts de recherche des États membres et le secteur privé, ainsi qu'entre les disciplines scientifiques et les secteurs technologiques.

        L'action à l'échelon de l'Union peut inscrire la recherche et l’innovation dans un cadre plus solide dans le domaine nucléaire et coordonner les efforts de recherche des États membres, ce qui permet d'éviter les redondances, de conserver une masse critique dans des secteurs clés et de garantir une utilisation optimale des fonds publics.

        Un programme de l'Union peut également mener des activités de R&D à haut risque et à long terme dans le domaine de la fusion; ce faisant, il assure un partage des risques, élargit la portée des activités entreprises et permet des économies d’échelle sans équivalent.

        BASE JURIDIQUE : article 7, premier paragraphe du traité instituant la Communauté européenne de l'énergie atomique (traité Euratom).

        CONTENU : le programme Euratom de recherche et de formation (2014-2018) concerne des activités de recherche dans le domaine de l'énergie nucléaire (fusion et fission) et de la protection radiologique. La proposition prend la forme d'un règlement unique couvrant tous les aspects de la mise en œuvre d'activités de recherche dans les domaines précités, fixant les objectifs scientifiques et technologiques et définissant les règles appropriées applicables à la participation des organismes de recherche, des universités et des entreprises. Il englobera le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion, les activités de recherche dans le domaine de la fission et de la protection radiologique, ainsi que les actions directes du JRC en matière de sécurité et de sûreté nucléaire.

        1) Les actions indirectes du programme Euratom visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

        • soutenir le fonctionnement sûr des systèmes nucléaires;
        • contribuer au développement de solutions pour la gestion des déchets nucléaires ultimes;
        • soutenir le développement et le maintien des compétences nucléaires à l'échelon de l'Union;
        • promouvoir la radioprotection;
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        • promouvoir l'innovation et la compétitivité industrielle;
        • assurer la disponibilité et l'utilisation d'infrastructures de recherche d'intérêt paneuropéen.

        2) Les actions directes du programme visent les objectifs spécifiques suivants:

        • améliorer la sûreté nucléaire, notamment: la sûreté du combustible et des réacteurs, la gestion des déchets et le déclassement et la préparation aux situations d'urgence;
        • améliorer la sécurité nucléaire, notamment: les garanties nucléaires, la non-prolifération, la lutte contre le trafic et la criminalistique nucléaire;
        • assurer l'excellence de la base scientifique pour la normalisation ;
        • promouvoir la gestion des connaissances, la formation initiale et continue;
        • soutenir la politique de l'Union sur la sûreté et la sécurité nucléaires et l'évolution de l'Union européenne correspondante.

        Le règlement répond également à l'objectif de simplification en faisant référence au même fonds de garantie des participants que dans le programme-cadre Horizon 2020.

        En outre, le programme Euratom (2014-2018) présente une simplification poussée des règles de financement ainsi qu'une stratégie révisée en matière de contrôle, réalisant ainsi l'objectif de simplification globale.

        INCIDENCE BUDGÉTAIRE : l’enveloppe financière pour l'exécution du programme Euratom s’élève à 1.788,889 millions EUR. Ce montant est ventilé comme suit:

        • actions indirectes pour le programme de recherche et de développement dans le domaine de la fusion: 709,713 millions EUR;
        • actions indirectes pour la fission nucléaire, la sûreté et la radioprotection: 354,857 millions EUR;
        • actions directes: 724,319 millions EUR.

        Pour la mise en œuvre des actions indirectes du programme Euratom, un maximum de 13,5% va aux dépenses administratives de la Commission. 

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          • PURPOSE: to establish the Euratom Research and Training Programme for the period from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2018, complementing the Horizon 2020 – The Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

            PROPOSED ACT: Council Regulation.

            BACKGROUND: designed to support the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative "Innovation Union", the basic principle of "Horizon 2020" is to adopt a much more strategic approach to research and innovation. All policy instruments and measures are designed to contribute to research and innovation and to develop further the European Research Area whereby knowledge, researchers and technology circulate freely, and to accelerate the commercialisation and diffusion of innovation across the Single Market.

            The set consists of the proposals for:

            ·        a Framework Programme for Horizon 2020;

            ·        a single set of Rules for Participation and Dissemination;

            ·        a single specific programme to implement Horizon 2020;

            ·        a single proposal for the parts of Horizon 2020 corresponding to the Euratom Treaty.

            Horizon 2020 will bring together all existing EU research and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP), the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). The different types of funding provided by the existing programmes will be brought together into a single coherent, flexible framework, which will run from 2014 to 2020. It will provide funding for every stage of the innovation process from basic research to market uptake, in line with the EU's commitments under the "Innovation Union".

            This proposal takes the form of a single regulation and the new approach is in contrast with the previous programming periods, where the content of the present Regulation used to be covered by four different legislative acts. 

            IMPACT ASSESSMENT: the proposal relies on an in-depth impact assessment, drawing on stakeholder consultations and internal and external evaluations. The assessment found that the challenges of nuclear safety and diminishing nuclear skills in Europe can be tackled effectively by exploiting synergies between the research efforts of Member States and the private sector, and between scientific disciplines and technological sectors. Action at Union-level can strengthen the research and innovation framework in the nuclear field and coordinate Member States’ research efforts thereby avoiding duplication, retaining critical mass in key areas and ensuring that public funding is used to best effect. An Union-level programme can also undertake the high risk and long-term R&D programme in  fusion energy, thereby sharing the risk and generating a breadth of scope and economies of scale that could not otherwise be achieved.

            LEGAL BASIS: Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty. 

            CONTENT: this proposal is an integral part of Horizon 2020. It determines the overall budget for direct and indirect actions, sets the objectives of R&D activities and specifies the instruments for supporting them. 

            The Euratom Programme (2014-2018) is implemented through a single Regulation, laying down all the necessary provisions for the implementation of nuclear research activities. The Euratom Programme concerns research activities in nuclear energy (fusion and fission) and radiation protection.

            The proposal takes the form of a single Regulation covering all relevant aspects for the implementation of research activities in the above fields, setting the scientific and technological objectives and laying down appropriate rules for the participation of research organisations, universities and industry. It will cover the fusion energy research and development programme, the fission and radiation protection research activities, and the JRC direct actions in nuclear security and safety.

            The proposal will therefore ensure that Union-funded research and training activities in nuclear science and technology are continued over the years 2014-18, thereby maintaining the effective and efficient programmes that currently catalyse and coordinate activities in Member States, in order to maximise Union added value.

            By supporting the above priorities, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) will contribute to the three strategic objectives outlined in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, namely:  excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges. Accordingly, appropriate links and interfaces between the Euratom Programme and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme will be maintained.

            General objective: this is to improve nuclear safety, security and radiation protection, and to contribute to the long-term decarbonisation of the energy system in a safe, efficient and secure way. The general objective shall be implemented through the activities specified in Annex I in the form of direct and indirect actions which pursue the specific objectives set out below.

            Specific objectives of indirect actions: these are

            ·        support safe operation of nuclear systems;

            ·        contribute to the development of solutions for the management of ultimate nuclear waste;

            ·        support the development and sustainability of nuclear competences at Union level

            ·        foster radiation protection;

            ·        move toward demonstration of feasibility of fusion as a power source by exploiting existing and future fusion facilities;

            ·        lay the foundations for future fusion power plants by developing materials, technologies and conceptual design;

            ·        promote innovation and industrial competitiveness;

            ·        ensure availability and use of research infrastructures of pan-European relevance; 

            Specific objectives for direct actions: these are:

            ·        improve nuclear safety including: fuel and reactor safety, waste management and decommissioning, and emergency preparedness;

            ·        improve nuclear security including:  nuclear safeguards, non-proliferation, combating illicit trafficking and nuclear forensics;

            ·        raising excellence in the nuclear science base for standardisation;

            ·        foster knowledge management, education and training;

            ·        support the policy of the Union on nuclear safety and security and the related evolving Union legislation.

            Within these specific objectives, account may be taken of new and unforeseen needs that arise during the period of implementation of the Euratom Programme, including responses to emerging opportunities, crises and threats, to needs relating to the development of new Union policies, and to the steering of actions envisaged for support under future programmes. 

            The Regulation also addresses the objective of simplification by referring to the same participant guarantee fund as in the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. 

            Lastly, the Euratom Programme (2014-2018) puts forward a major simplification of funding rules as well as a revised control strategy, thereby supporting the overall simplification objective.

            BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the financial envelope for the implementation of the Euratom Programme shall be EUR 1 788.889 million. That amount shall be distributed as follows:

            • indirect actions for the fusion research and development programme, EUR 709.713 million;
            • indirect actions for nuclear fission, safety and  radiation protection, EUR 354.857 million;
            • direct actions, EUR 724.319 million.

            For the implementation of indirect actions of the Euratom Programme, no more than 13.5 % shall be for the Commission’s administrative expenditure.

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