History

17 March 2015: ‘Clean Sky Forum: Breaking new ground in Technologies, Partnerships and Innovation Chains’ takes place.

19 December 2014: 1st call for proposals for Clean Sky 2 has been launched.

24 October  2014: The members of Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking Scientific Committee are selected.

9 July 2014: Call Launch of the first calls of all the extended and new Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs) at a public event with European Commission’s President Barroso. Clean Sky also launches its first Call for Core-Partners.

7 May 2014: The Council of the European Union agrees to extend the Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) within the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme with a budget close to a total of 4 bn€.

20 March 2014: Ric Parker (Rolls-Royce) is elected Chairman of the Clean Sky Governing Board; Bruno Stoufflet (Dassault Aviation) is elected Vice Chairman.

12-14 March 2014: ‘Greener Aviation: Clean Sky breakthroughs and worldwide status’ conference takes place in Brussels.

13 November 2013: Clean Sky 2nd Interim Assessment has been released with positive outcome of the work of the Joint Undertaking.

2 October 2013: ‘Innovation in Action’ conference at the European Parliament organised together with Clean Sky JU, IMI JU, FCH JU, Artemis JU and ENIAC JU.

10 July 2013: The European Commission launches Innovation investment package that paves the way to the continuation of the Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) within the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme.

2 July 2013: Massimo Lucchesini (AleniaAermacchi) is elected Chairman of Clean Sky Board.

19 June 2013: The future Clean Sky 2 Leaders give a Joint Technical Proposal (JTP) to the European Commission at Paris Le Bourget.

13 December 2012: Alessandro Franzoni (AleniaAermacchi) is elected Chairman of Clean Sky Board for 2013;Ric Parker (Rolls-Royce) is vice-Chairman.

5-11 December 2012: Clean Sky 2 thematic conferences: ITD leaders presented the potential ITDs and IADP technical content to prospective Clean Sky 2 core-partners, through presentations and face-to-face meetings.

12 September 2012: 14 lead-members sign a Letter of Intent to continue the programme under Horizon 2020, the European Framework Programme for research (2014-2020). This milestone took place during ILA Berlin Air Show 2012, when a consultation on the potential "Clean Sky 2" gathered more than 100 stakeholders from the European aerospace industry.

14 December 2011: Charles Champion is re-elected as Chairman; Catalin Nae (INCAS) is elected as Vice-Chairman.

19 July 2011: Clean Sky published its 10th Call for Proposals.

20-26 June 2011:Paris Air Show - Clean Sky awards its 400th participant: Dr Wischhusen, Director of XRG Simulation.

17 December 2010: Rolf Henke (DLR) is elected as vice-Chairman.

7 October 2010: Charles Champion (Airbus) is elected as Chairman of the Governing Board for 2011.

18 June 2010: Clean Sky conference "the aviation industry goes green".

18 March 2010:Marc Ventre and Rafael Acedo are respectively re-elected Chairman and vice-Chairman for the year 2010.

20 November 2009: Clean Sky is autonomous.

15 June 2009: Launch of the first call for proposals.

29 April 2009: Eric Dautriat appointed Executive Director of Clean Sky JTI.

19 November 2008: First Grant Agreement signed.

2008: Marc Ventre (Safran) is elected Chairman of the Governing Board; Rafael Acedo (EADS Casa) is elected vice-Chairman for 2009.

5 February 2008 - Clean Sky Take-Off:
This memorable event celebrated the launch of the Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative.
More than 500 participants attended the Forum on February 5 th in Brussels to find out more about this innovative wide-reaching programme that offers Europe an ecological and sustainable perspective for air transport. Speakers from the European Commission and the aeronautics industry announced the official programme launch in the morning.
The afternoon was devoted to sessions on technical content, project management and how to participate.  

4 February 2008: Clean Sky regulation and statutes are published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

20 June 2007 - Le Bourget:
European Science and Research Commissioner, Janez Potocnik, gave a press conference to announce the Clean Sky JTI at Le Bourget Air Show. 

October 2006 in Vienna: AgustaWestland, Airbus, Alenia Aeronautica, Dassault Aviation, Eurocopter, Liebherr-Aerospace, Rolls-Royce, Safran and Thales signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the establishment of "Clean Sky", a Joint Technology Initiative with the European Commission.

1 June 2006 - Clean Sky Workshop:
The "Clean Sky" JTI (Joint Technology Initiative) Workshop organised by the AeroSpace & Defence Industries of Europe (ASD) took place in Brussels. The event gave an opportunity to candidate associates and partners to express their views and present relevant areas of excellence. More than 200 representatives from industry, research centres and universities participated in the workshop.

 

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