Order Itc/2366/2011, 30 August, Which Establish The Regulatory Bases Of Grants For The Implementation Of Actions Within The Framework Of Public Policy For The Promotion Of The Competitiveness Of Industrial Sectors Strategic Par...

Original Language Title: Orden ITC/2366/2011, de 30 de agosto, por la que se establecen las bases reguladoras de las ayudas para la realización de actuaciones en el marco de la política pública para el fomento de la competitividad de sectores estratégicos industriales par...

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The order ITC/909/2009, of April 8, and the order ITC/3046/2009, of November 12, supposed sunset launched a line of supports for the implementation of actions within the framework of public policy for the promotion of the competitiveness of industrial strategic sectors for the period 2009-2011, aimed at promoting strategic, key activities to accelerate the evolution of strategic industrial sectors towards new models of production more advanced efficient and respectful with the environment and new products with more added value, to reduce environmental impact during their life cycle and improve its security, thus contributing to the generation or, at least, the maintenance of employment.

After the experience gained during the period of validity of orders indicated (2009-2011), and to the positive effects in terms of investment mobilized and in terms of the evolution of processes and products, it considers necessary to give continuity to the measures envisaged to facilitate companies in strategic industries to make a bet for investment and leading actions to ensure the maintenance of the activity of these sectors in Spain, anticipating what will be more competitive in the future market segments, as well as production processes are significantly improved to encourage its flexibility, its efficiency throughout the value chain, their sustainability and energy efficiency.

This action is part of the Action Plan 2011-2015, for the implementation of the comprehensive policy Plan industrial 2020 (PIN 2020), by its impact on the promotion of the improvement of industrial competitiveness. Its structure is essentially sectoral, since it includes actions aimed at companies from certain industrial sectors, whose structural characteristics give them a strategic role in achieving the goal of change in the production model of the Spanish economy: orientation to the international market, high intensity technology, high added value, high productivity, job creation and industrial fabric of quality, energy efficiency and sustainability.

To adjust the temporal scope of the above-mentioned orders to the Action Plan 2011-2015, as well as improving certain specific aspects of them, should dictate a new order that established the bases of grants for the implementation of actions within the framework of public policy for the promotion of the competitiveness of industrial strategic sectors for the period 2012-2015.

In these new bases are the objectives, the scope of material and the beneficiaries established by the order ITC/3046/2009 of 12 November.

The types of actions subject to aid, referred to in the sixth paragraph of the order ITC/3046/2009, of November 12, are modified to delete the type of general training, since it is estimated that requirements that are required are not compatible with the usual practice of the companies in this area. However, remains the type of training.

Another important modification refers to the compatibility of the aid. Due to accumulation problems presented with other programs, the aid paid pursuant to this order only will be compatible with other AIDS provided its aim is regional.

The aid provided for in this order shall only take the form of loan and will have an annual basis.

Finally, the minimum total budget of the performances presented proposals resulting from this order, is reduced to the 100,000 euros for SMEs to 500,000 euros for large companies.

Aid granted in the framework of the present order shall comply with the provisions in Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of Commission of 6 August 2008, declare that certain categories of aid compatible with the common market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general block exemption regulation) published in the journal official of the Union European L 214, on August 9, 2008.

Article 17 of law 38/2003, 17 November, General grants, establishes that, at the level of the General Administration of the State, as well as government agencies and other entities of public law with its own legal personality linked or dependent on that one, the corresponding Ministers will establish the appropriate regulatory bases of the granting of subsidies.

By virtue, I have: first. Object.

The establishment of the bases of the aid scheme is the subject of this order to promote actions aimed at the maintenance and improvement of the competitiveness of strategic industries, for the period 2012-2015.

Second. Material scope.

1 the provisions of this order shall apply to the performances, from among those described in the sixth paragraph, which as part of plans to business competitiveness, are submitted by entities that meet the condition of beneficiary and belonging to any of the following strategic industrial sectors: to) capital goods Sector (electrical/electronics, telecommunications, mechanical, etc.).

(b) chemical and pharmaceutical sectors.

(c) metallurgical and iron and steel sectors.

(d) manufacture of metal products and manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products.

(e) railway sector.

(f) automotive sector.

(g) aerospace industry.

2. proposals resulting from this order may contact any of these industrial sectors as well as to others, to be determined, provided the strategic nature of these sectors or the concurrence therein of special circumstances that warrant the promotion of adoption of plans of business competitiveness, in the lines of action included in this standard is justified.

Third party. Temporary scope.

1. the aid provided for in this order shall be granted for the realization of performances ranging between the date of entry into force of proposals arising from this order and 31 December of the year of the corresponding call, both inclusive, provided that such calls are carried out after the start of the period to which refer, and maximum until December 31, 2015.

2 where the calls are carried out before the start of the exercise to which refer, the aid provided for in this order shall be granted for the realization of performances between January 1 and December 31 of the year referred to in the calls, both inclusive.

Room. Objectives.

Actions included in the scope of this order are last intended to foster the competitiveness of enterprises of strategic industrial sectors, defined in the fifth section, and specifically in the following aspects: to) increase of the added value of products and services, clean production-oriented.

(b) increasing the efficiency and sustainability of production processes.

(c) reorientation of production towards more sustainable products that improve energy efficiency and its environmental impact throughout the life cycle.

(d) establishment of actions aimed to preserve employment and working conditions and improve the technical training of human resources.

(e) implementation of advanced organizational processes and production strategies.

Fifth. Beneficiaries.

1 a the effects of this order shall be beneficiary: to) companies: private entity, any that is its legal form, which exercises an economic activity, which is validly constituted at the time of submitting the application for aid, and which belong to the strategic industrial sectors specified in the corresponding announcements, as set out in the second paragraph of this order.

Within the concept of company are different small and medium-sized enterprises, which in turn are defined and subdivided as indicated below: small and medium enterprise (SME): in accordance with Annex I of the Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of Commission of 6 August 2008, declare that certain categories of aid compatible with the common market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general regulation of) block exemption), published in the journal official of the Union European L 214, on August 9, 2008, means such, companies which fulfil the following conditions: 1 employing less than 250 people.

2nd its annual turnover not exceeding EUR 50 million, or its annual balance sheet not exceeding EUR 43 million.

3rd the computation of the strength and limits in the case of associated companies made as paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 6 of annex I to Regulation (EC) number 800/2008 of the Commission. The category SME defines a small company as an enterprise which employs fewer than 50 persons and whose annual turnover or balance-sheet total annual, does not exceed EUR 10 million, computing the limits in accordance with Annex I of Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of the Commission.

In the category SME is defined to a small business as a company employing less than 10 persons and whose annual turnover or annual balance-sheet total does not exceed EUR 2 million, computing the limits according to the mentioned Annex I of Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of the Commission.

((b) Service Center, with its own legal personality, dependent on companies that meet the requirements set out in point to) above.


((c) (AIE) economic interest groupings, formed by companies that meet the requirements set out in point to) above.

2. in accordance with article 11.2 of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General grants, where the recipient is a legal person, may also receive consideration of beneficiary associate members that commit themselves to carry out all or part of the activities that underlie the granting of the aid in the name and on behalf of this. Associate members are considered those among them that there is a relationship or link non-contractual legal character, which is contained in its statutes, in deed or similar document of Foundation or Constitution. Call resolutions will be regulated the requirements and special features that must meet this type of beneficiaries and the relative importance of the performance that can be.

3. do not may obtain the status of beneficiary persons or entities who come some of the circumstances detailed in article 13.2 of the aforementioned General subsidies Act, or those that may be considered firms in difficulty pursuant to provisions of the Community guidelines on State aid for rescuing and restructuring of firms in difficulty (2004/C 244/02) , or those companies that are subject to an order for recovery pending following a decision of the Commission which has been declared an aid illegal and incompatible with the common market, according to Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of the Committee, on 6 August 2008, whereby certain categories of aid compatible with the market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general block exemption regulation) are declared.

Sixth. Types of performances help object.

A) may help the competitiveness plans submitted by the companies defined in the fifth section, comprising activities included in the following lines of action: 1. generation of new products or services or improving existing ones, increase its added value, improve their sustainability or their safety. This category include activities conducive to the generation of prototypes of new products or products incorporating significant improvements over existing ones. These prototypes may not be marketable, except in the case of the prototype is necessarily the final commercial product and is too expensive to produce for it to be used only for demonstration and validation purposes.

2. re-engineering of processes. Activities of redesign of production processes aimed at improving the sustainability, flexibility or efficiency. This category encompasses the activities conducive to the development and implementation in pilot testing of new processes or processes that significantly improve the sustainability, the flexibility of the production lines to adapt to demand and (energy efficiency, use of resources, etc.).

3 adoption of advanced production systems involving incorporation of information and communication technologies, in particular the aimed to establish stable partnerships along the value chain of a product or service. Object of assistance activities consist of design and implementation launched a pilot project to establish production systems network, collaborative work environments or any system which contributes to the adoption of advanced production systems, including changes or the introduction of new systems needed to optimize the logistics of supply and distribution linked to production. Investment in the creation and operation of distribution networks, as well as investments in logistical infrastructure which exceed the level of the undertaking are excluded.

4. studies intended to determine the technical feasibility of performances included in paragraphs 1 to 3 above.

5. training aimed at improving the training of the personnel of the company. So these actions are financed must be specifically linked to specific objectives and specific, i.e., they must meet the following typology and characteristics: specific training: includes a specific theoretical and practical learning applicable main and directly in the current or future job of the worker in the recipient undertaking and providing qualifications which are not transferable , or only in a limited way, to other companies or to other business areas.

6. investments for the improvement of Community rules for the protection of the environment or increasing the level of protection of the environment in the absence of Community rules. Eligible investments in this line of action must meet at least one of the following conditions: to) investments enabling the beneficiary to increase the level of protection of the environment arising from its activities beyond community standards, irrespective of the existence of binding national standards more stringent than the community.

(b) investments enabling the beneficiary to increase the level of protection of the environment resulting from its activities in the absence of community standards.

Investments to carry out an adaptation of the company to already adopted community standards that are not yet in force are excluded from this category.

Actions that fulfill the above requirements, aim at purification and reuse of effluents (especially water), as well as recovery, recycling and reuse of waste products or processes will be of special interest.

7. investment in energy saving measures.

8. environmental studies. Previous studies directly related to the activities detailed in paragraphs 6 and 7 above will be included in this category.

((B) in relation to paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of point A) are not considered included routine or periodic changes made to products, production lines, processes and existing services even though they represent improvements; increasing the capacity of production or service through the incorporation of very similar to those commonly used manufacturing or logistics systems; the abandonment of a process; the replacement or expansion of capital; change only resulting from variations in the price of production factors; personalization; periodic changes of seasonal character or of some other character.

Seventh. Modalities of participation.

1. for the purposes of these regulatory bases, individual competitiveness plans may be submitted exclusively.

2. each company will present a unique competitiveness Plan, whose content will be set to the script included as annex to this order. In any case, should contain a general description of the strategies for action provided for by the company on a minimum horizon of two years, as well as the detail of the actions to be developed by the applicant in any (s) of the lines of action referred to in the sixth paragraph of this order.

3. in the event that a company has business lines or distinct production centres, competitiveness plans may be submitted for each of them.

Eighth. Subcontracting.

1. it is understood that a beneficiary subcontracts when set up with third parties the total or partial execution of the activity that is the object of the aid. This concept is the hiring of those expenses they have to incur the beneficiary to carry out itself the subsidized activity.

2. when in the realization of a competitiveness plan will outsource part of its execution, the cost of subcontracting may not exceed 90 per 100 of the total cost.

3. When subcontracting exceeds 20 per 100 of the amount of the aid and such amount exceeds EUR 60,000, a contract shall be held in writing between the parties.

4 means support granted and approved the conclusion of the contract by the body granting the aid, when the beneficiary is notified of resolution of granting.

5 subcontracting cannot be performed with persons or entities who come some circumstances determined in article 29.7 of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General subsidies.

Ninth. Total budget of the plans in order to support competitiveness.

The competitiveness plans, to make them bankable, must have a minimum annual total budget of EUR 100,000 where the applicant is a SME or a group of economic interest, and 500,000 euros when the applicant is a great company, according to the definitions contained in the fifth paragraph of this order.

Tenth. Form of aid towards competitiveness plans. Features.

1 aid for the financing of plans of competitiveness may be granted, in accordance with the limitations indicated in the ninth paragraph of this order and shall take the form of loans. They will have an annual basis and will be conditional on the existence of budgetary appropriation in each fiscal year.

Loans that benefit the competitiveness plans, is financed from budgetary applications to be determined in the relevant announcements.

2. the maximum amount of the loan will never exceed the bankable investment.


3. the support that beneficiaries receive in any case exceed the limits laid down by the Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of Commission of 6 August 2008, declare that certain categories of aid compatible with the common market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general block exemption regulation).

Eleventh. Characteristics of the loans.

The maximum amount of the loan, the interest rate and the possible implementation of a grace period, will be established in the relevant announcements, respecting the limits set by Regulation (EC) number 800/2008 of the Committee, on 6 August 2008, whereby certain categories of aid compatible with the common market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general block exemption regulation) are declared in any case.

The maximum amount of the loan shall be that resulting from the application of the limits of aid in the form of grant established by Regulation EC) 800/2008 Commission of 6 August 2008 for the categories of aid corresponding to the actions provided for in the sixth paragraph of this order number. If application of this limit, proves to be an equivalent loan of more than 100% for any category of aid, the maximum loan shall be limited to 100% of fundable investment in the aforementioned category.

12th. Intensity and compatibility of the aid.

1. in accordance with the limits established by the concerned general block exemption regulation by category, the gross maximum intensity of aid in the form of grant of any modality, which may be granted to the various categories of actions detailed in the sixth section of this order, shall be as follows: category of SMEs large company-acting type support - small percentage - percentage Midsize - Enterprise training percentage.





Specific training.





45 35 25 increase in the level of protection of the environment.





Investments.





55 45 35 energy saving.





Investments.





40 30 20 environmental studies.





Studies prior to investment.





70 60 50 research and development and innovation.





Development of prototypes/pilot projects (experimental development).





45 35 25 technical feasibility studies.





Studies of development activities.





50





50





40





2. The interest rate that should be used for the purpose of updating and to calculate the amount of the aid must be the reference rate applicable at the time of the grant, in accordance with provisions of the Commission communication on the review of the method of fastening of types of reference and update («Official Journal of the European Union» C 14) (, January 19, 2008).

3. the perception of the aid regulated by this order shall be the perception of other subsidies, grants, income or resources for the same purpose, of any Governments or entities public or private, national, EU or international organisations.

They will only be compatible with regional aid. This support will be conditioned to the amount of aid granted in any case may be of such an amount that, alone or in competition with each other, exceeds the aid intensity applicable pursuant to this paragraph.

13th. Concepts that can help.

1. the aid provided for in this order will be used to cover the expenditures directly related to the implementation of the plan of action for which have been granted. The aid intensity is calculated according to the costs of the project, provided that they can be considered bankable.

The budget submitted by the beneficiary shall contain the breakdown by activities contained in the plan of action, according to the sixth paragraph of this order.

For each type of activity, subsidies may be applied to the following concepts: to) aid for investments intended for the improvement of Community rules for the protection of the environment or the increase of the level of protection of the environment in the absence of Community rules and aid for investment in energy saving measures (sixth paragraph A.6 and 7).

Eligible costs shall be the extra investment costs necessary to achieve a level of protection of the environment superior to that required by the relevant Community rules, or for energy savings, without taking into account the benefits and costs of exploitation.

Susceptible to aid concepts in this case shall take the form of tangible assets or intangible assets: 1) material assets: investments in land which are strictly necessary to meet environmental objectives, investments in buildings, installations and equipment whose purpose is to reduce or eliminate pollution and other adverse effects, or adapt production methods to protect the environment.

2nd) intangible assets: assets linked to the transfer of technology through the acquisition of patents, licenses, «know-how» or non-patented technical knowledge.

(b) studies of technical feasibility or environmental studies: the eligible costs will be costs of the study (sixth paragraph a. 4 and 8).

(c) aid to carry out actions of training aimed at improving the training of the technical staff of the company (sixth paragraph A.5.), with preference to those aimed at workers and directives or junior women working in companies in selected industrial sectors. Eligible costs for training actions are as follows: 1) costs of teachers.

2nd) travel expenses of the teaching staff and of the beneficiaries of the training, including accommodation.

3rd) other current expenses such as materials and supplies directly related to the project.

4th) depreciation of tools and equipment in proportion to their exclusive use for the training project.

5) costs of consultancy with regard to the training project.

(6) the beneficiaries of training personnel costs and General indirect costs (administrative costs, rent, overheads) up to an amount equivalent to the of the other eligible costs referred to in paragraphs 1) to 5th).

Indirect costs charged will not require a justification additional, if they do not exceed a percentage of 15 per 100 over the costs of trainees validly justified, unless the project is co-financed by FEDER funds.

For the personnel of the beneficiaries of training costs, only may be taken into account the hours in which workers have really participated in the training, after deduction of any productive hours.

(d) for all other actions, referred to in the sixth paragraph. A.1, 2 and 3 of this order: 1) own or hired staff in the proportion in which are dedicated exclusively to activity that is intended help (managers, technicians, and other auxiliary staff).

2nd) costs of instruments and equipment, to the extent and for the period in which is used to start up activities outlined in the plan of action.

3rd) subcontracting, cost of contractual research, technical knowledge and patents bought or obtained by license from sources external to market prices, provided the operation is carried out under conditions of full competition and without any element of collusion, as well as costs of consultancy and equivalent services, exclusively to the project or action.

4th) additional overhead costs directly resulting from the project or action. These include: 4.a) indirect costs: are those which form part of the costs of the action, but which by their nature can not be accused directly by not be able to identify (for example: electricity, telephone, etc.). For its calculation will apply a percentage of 15 per cent on staff costs validly justified, without having to provide proof of expenditure, unless the project is co-financed by FEDER funds.

4.b) travel: will only accept this type of costs relating to persons engaged in the competitiveness Plan, provided that they appear namely identified and spending has been previously approved. The purpose of the trip must be related to the objectives of the plan, and be specified properly.

4.c) other operating expenses, including costs of materials, supplies and similar products, arising directly from the performance, except for the cost of office supplies, for the consideration of general expenses.


They are included in this heading the expenses arising from the report prepared by an auditor or audit firm registered in the official registry of accounts auditors, for cases that will opt for the presentation of justificatory account with the contribution of auditor's report, and provided that the beneficiary is not obliged to audit their annual accounts.

4.d) costs of buildings and land, to the extent and for the period in which is used to start up activities described in the programme of action. In the case of buildings, only eligible shall be the costs of depreciation corresponding to the duration of the programme, calculated according to good accounting practices; in the grounds, eligible commercial transfer costs or capital costs that actually incurred.

In any case are considered fundable expenses indirect taxes when they are susceptible of recovery or compensation (article 31.8 of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General grant).

2. when the amount of the eligible expenditure exceeds the amount of € 30,000 in the case of cost for execution of work, or 12,000 euros in the case of supply of goods of equipment or provision of services by companies of consultancy or technical assistance, the beneficiary must request at least three offerings from different vendors, prior to the contraction of the commitment to the provision of the service or delivery of the goods unless by special characteristics of eligible expenditure does not exist in the market sufficient number of entities that provide it or pay.

The choice between the tenders submitted, which must provide the justification, or, where appropriate, the request for grant, will be done in accordance with criteria of efficiency and economy, and must be justified expressly in memory choice when it falls not on the most advantageous quotation.

3. with regard to the goods inventariables, shall apply the provisions of paragraphs 4 and 5 of article 31 of the General Law of subsidies.

Period condition of goods which can be registered and not registered in public record, is set at five and two years respectively, unless different periods are specified in calls, or unless the subsidized action has a high time, in which case the condition will be equal to the lead time.

Fourteenth. Competent bodies to convene, instruct and resolve the procedure of granting and body responsible for the follow-up of grants.

1 it shall be competent to convene the AIDS referred to in this order and resolve of these procedures the Minister of industry, tourism and trade, without prejudice to the existing delegations on these matters.

2. the competent body to organize and instruct procedures is the General direction of industry, which may designate representatives of administrative units of this Ministry, whose participation in the preliminary proceedings is of interest for being skilled and competent in the matter.

3. for the purposes of the provisions of article 88.3 of the regulation of the law 38/2003, 17 November, General grant, approved by Royal Decree 887/2006, of July 21, the body responsible for the monitoring of aid will be the General direction of industry.

Fifteenth. Initiation of the procedure and regime of granting of the aid.

1. the procedure for the granting of the aid whose bases are approved by the present order will start automatically.

2. the granting of such aid regime is competitive, in accordance with the principles of publicity, transparency, equality and non-discrimination.

16th. Deadline for submission of applications.

1. the deadline for submission of applications shall be 30 days from the date of the entry into force of the standard by which the call is made unless this is determined another deadline.

2. convened once supports and if the circumstances demand it, the General Secretariat for industry may extend that period by resolution.

Seventeenth. Formalizing and submitting applications.

1. applications for the obtaining of subsidies shall be addressed to the direction General of industry, organ competent to instruct the procedure and will be available for completion and submission in the electronic office of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade, which will be accessible at the address https://sede.mityc.gob.es as well as through the portal of the Ministry, www.mityc.es.

2. requests consist of the following elements: application form of aid, questionnaire and memory in which the competitiveness plan foreseen by the company in the lines specified in the sixth of this order section, will be presented as well as a description of the main objectives in the field of improvement of the competitiveness of the company. This memory must have structure and content specified in the annex to this order will include a reference to the information process conducted by the company bodies of Union representation on the submitted plan. They shall necessarily to be completed with the electronic means aid available at the aforementioned e-mail address.

In the event that the applicant company is a great company, should provide also an additional memory that demonstrate the incentive effect of the aid on the actions for which the requested.

3. in accordance with article 8 of Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of Commission of 6 August 2008, by which declare certain categories of aid compatible with the common market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general block exemption regulation), the assistance regulated in this single order shall apply if they have incentive effect on the activity of the company subject to the aid (: a) in the case of an SME, it is considered that the aid granted has incentive effect if, before starting work on the project or activity, the beneficiary has submitted the aid application.

(b () considered that the aid granted to large enterprises have an incentive if, in addition to meeting the condition established in paragraph effect to), next to the documentation submitted by the beneficiary is incorporates a memory showing the incentive effect of the aid on the actions for which requested it, assessing one or more of the following criteria : 1 substantially increased the project / activity due to the aid.

2. substantial increase in the scope of the project / activity due to the aid.

3rd substantial increase of the total amount spent by the beneficiary on the project / activity due to the aid.

4th substantial increase in the pace of implementation of the project or activity concerned.

4. the presentation of the request, questionnaire, memory and additional memory, in his case, shall be carried out by advanced electronic signature in the electronic register of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade. The electronic certificate must correspond to the applicant's aid.

In the same way all communications and notifications that occur during the processing of the electronic record, including consultation of the status of the file, will be made via telematics on the electronic site of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade.

The electronic files that are attached to the application must be in format PDF (Portable Document Format) and the maximum size supported for each one of them is 3 megabytes.

5. together with the application, the applicant will accompany valid power of the signatory of this accreditation, as well as the tax ID (CIF) of the beneficiary card.

In application of article 35 of law 11/2007, of 22 June, citizens electronic access to public services, the submission of any documentation to the request, will be provided through digitized copy of the same, whose fidelity to the original guarantee through the use of advanced electronic signature.

Organ instructor, in the terms provided for in this law 11/2007, of 22 June, may require the applicant display of original documentation at any time.

6. If the documentation provided does not meet the requirements, you will be required to charge for that, within the period of 10 working days from the day following the receipt of the request, remedy the lack or attach the required documents, with warning of that if you do not do so you shall be withdrawn the request, in accordance with provisions in article 71 of the law 30/1992 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure.

7. in accordance with article 22.4 of the regulation of the law 38/2003, of 17 November, General grant, approved by Royal Decree 887/2006, of July 21, the filing of the application for obtaining aid will lead to the authorization by the applicant to get the awarding body in direct accreditation of compliance with tax obligations and Social security through electronic certificates. However, the applicant may refuse expressly consent, and must then provide this certification when required to by that authority.


8. the applicant must declare, in the application questionnaire, aid which has obtained or requested for the activities or projects eligible under this order. In addition, you must update this statement if at any subsequent time instruction occurs a modification of the initially declared.

9 in the event that the requested documentation was already in the possession of the awarding body, the applicant, in accordance with the provisions of article 35.f) law 30/1992, of November 26, will have no obligation to submit it, always make record date and organ or unit that was filed or, where appropriate issued, and when not after more than five years from the completion of the procedure that corresponds.

10. for the grant of the aid regulated by this order, included activities in the plan from eligible competition corresponding to the year referred to in the call, not may have been started before the filing of the application.

Eighteenth. Instruction.

The General direction of industry, body responsible for the instruction that is determined in the fourteenth paragraph, be carried out ex officio actions it considers necessary for the determination, knowledge and verification of the data which must formulate the motion for a resolution, pursuant to article 24 of law 38/2003 of 17 November General grant.

Nineteenth. Evaluation: bodies and evaluation criteria.

1. in the evaluation, as well as the General direction of industry, as organ instructor, it will intervene the Evaluation Committee in the form which is determined in paragraph 3 of this section.

If the General direction of industry considers it convenient they may intervene experts of the various administrative units of the Ministry or other entities.

2 the Evaluation Committee will be formed by: a) the Director General of industry, which will exercise the Presidency.

b) the Deputy Director-General of industrial sectoral policies, which will serve as the Vice President.

(c) Act as members one representative of each of the following administrative bodies: 1st Undersecretary of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade.

2nd Cabinet of the Minister of industry, tourism and trade.

3rd Cabinet technical of the General Secretariat of industry, of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade.

4th Dirección General Pequeña and medium enterprise of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade.

5 Ministry of energy, of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade.

6 General Directorate of telecommunications and information technologies of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade.

7th General Secretary of innovation, of the Ministry of science and innovation.

8th Secretary of State for climate change, the Ministry of environment and Rural and marine affairs.

9th Directorate General of labour, of the Ministry of labour and immigration.

(d) an official of the General direction of industry, who will act as Secretary of the Committee.

This Committee shall govern its operation by the provisions of chapter II of title II of law 30/1992, of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure.

3. the results of the evaluations will be transferred to the Evaluation Committee, which will issue a final report that will be made the result of the evaluation carried out, referring to the organ instructor to the object that this makes the draft interim resolution.

4. the evaluation of applications will take place, taking into account primarily the objectives indicated in paragraph fourth of this order and in coordination with the organ instructor, according to the criteria listed below: pre-selection criteria: identification of the objectives and their suitability to those laid down in the fourth of this order section.

Criteria of evaluation: to) economic viability of performance (0-10 points). Aspects such as the adequacy of the budget to the objectives of the action and the size of the entity, the economic capacity of the entity, or the positioning of it in its sector shall be taken into account.

(b) industrial technical level of competitiveness plan (0-30 points). Plus the technical quality, from a point of view industrial and competitive activities of the plan of competitiveness (objective and scope) as well as human resources participating in its implementation. To assess this point, will be assessed, from a technical point of view, the adequacy of the proposed activities to achieve the objectives set in relation to processes and current products, as well as the planned evolution. Aspects related to the industrial and economic risk posed to carry out the activities of the plan of competitiveness and the capacity to generate new lines of business will also be assessed.

(c) the competitiveness plan exhibition level (0-5 points). Assessing criteria such as the degree of exposure, clarity, simplicity and conciseness in the ideas expressed, accompanying explanatory schemes or graphics or the inclusion of a brief analysis with input from data about the current state of the situation of the company and of the industrial sector to which the applicant belongs.

(d) economic impact of the competitiveness plan (0-10 points). Evaluating aspects such as the multiplier effect of the investment, the creation or improvement of stable industrial fabric, establishing stable relationships with other local agents or the execution of the action in areas with structural economic problems.

(e) social impact of the competitiveness plan (0-10 points). Evaluating the effects in generating or maintaining employment, especially female, in-house and, in the case of the existence of employment, these regulatory measures have been agreed between the company and unions. Also, the effects of the plan on the use of the related industrial fabric that could be created or generated will be assessed especially evaluating the creation of employment for women.

(f) effect of the plan of competitiveness on the activity of the company (0-10 points). You will be assessed if the plan of competitiveness for which the aid is claimed to favor the evolution of the (s) Enterprise (s) toward higher value-added products/processes, more sustainable and more efficient, relative to the average in the sector.

(g) need for the raised action to promote the internationalization of the (s) company (s) which develops (n) (0-10 points).

(h) incentive effect of the aid (0-10 points). The incentive effect of the aid on the applicant, in terms of momentum of its actions aimed at increasing business competitiveness will be valued.

(i) request by companies belonging to an innovative business group registered in the special register of business groups innovative of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade, regulated by order ITC/3808/2007, of 19 December (0-5 points).

20th. Hearing and resolution.

1. the organ instructor, in view of the record and of the report of the Evaluation Commission, will formulate provisional, duly motivated resolution which will be notified to applicants so that, within the period of 10 days, formulate allegations that deem appropriate, or express their acceptance. The acceptance of the person concerned ' means granted in the absence of a response within the period of 10 days from the notification of the draft interim resolution.

2 together with notification of provisional resolution, organ instructor of the procedure will require of the interested parties, where appropriate, the following documentation to be provided in the aforementioned within 10 days: to) responsible Declaration to the accreditation of the fulfilment of obligations by the reinstatement of aid.

(b) statement responsible for aid which has obtained or requested for the activities or projects eligible under this order.

(c) other documentation that is required in the interim resolution.

3. in the event that stakeholders raised allegations, once examined these by the instructor body motion for a final resolution which shall be notified to the entities shall be formulated applicants who have been proposed as beneficiaries so that, within the period of 10 days, communicate its acceptance or waiver of the proposed aid. The acceptance of the person concerned means granted in the absence of response in the period of 10 days from the notification of the proposal for a final decision.

4. once high final resolution to the competent organ to resolve, this will dictate the corresponding positive or rejecting resolution of granting the requested aid. Corresponding to the assigned support budget allocations may also be included.

5. notifications of provisional proposals for resolution, the final resolution proposals and estimatorias or desestimatorias resolutions of granting of aid will be conducted in accordance with articles 58 and 59 of the law 30/1992, of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure.


The motions of provisional lists, final resolution proposals and resolutions estimatorias or desestimatorias of the aid will be published in the electronic office of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade, which will be accessible at the address https://sede.mityc.gob.es as well as through the portal of the Ministry, www.mityc.es effect notification practiced according to the provisions of article 59.6. b) of law 30/1992 , 26 November, in relation to the competitive procedures. Additionally, you will receive notice of the publication of the interim motions and resolutions final through SMS messages or e-mail.

6. as established in article 63.3 of the regulation of the law 38/2003, 17 November, General grants, approved by Royal Decree 887/2006, July 21, helps the resolution of granting and contain applicants who are granted and rejecting expresses of the remaining requests, may include a ranked list of applications that complying with the technical and administrative conditions laid down in these bases for acquiring the status of beneficiary, they have not been estimated by exceeding the maximum amount of credit set out in the call for proposals, with an indication of the points given to each of them according to the assessment criteria laid down in the same.

In the former case, if any beneficiary renounce support, the awarding body will have to grant the aid to the applicant or applicants following in order of score, assigning to this released credit. The awarding body for support shall notify this option within 10 days of express acceptance. In the absence of response on this within 10 days from the date of notification, means accepted the proposal by the applicant. Once accepted the proposal, expressly or tacitly, by the applicant or applicants, the awarding body shall issue the Act of concession and will proceed to its notice on the terms set forth in this paragraph.

7. the deadline for the resolution of the procedure and its notification is six months from the day on which it takes effect the call published in the «Official Gazette». If within this period the competent body to resolve had not notified that resolution, interested parties will be entitled to understand rejected the request.

8. the aid granted shall be published in the official State Bulletin (BOE) in accordance with the provisions of article 30 of the regulation of the law 38/2003, of 17 November, General grants, approved by Royal Decree 887/2006, of 21 July.

9. proposals for a provisional and definitive resolution do not create any right in favour of the proposed beneficiary, against the Administration, while not granting resolution has been notified.

10. within the framework of the Working Group of the Social dialogue concerning the industry and energy created on November 3, 2008, be informed of the conclusions adopted by the Committee on evaluation of the different plans.

Twenty-first. Modification of resolution of granting of aid.

1 funded competitiveness plans should run on time and approved form collected concession resolutions. However, when arise specific, duly justified circumstances that alter the technical or economic conditions taken into account for the granting of aid, the beneficiary may request modification of resolution of granting.

Any changes to the approved plan of competitiveness will require at the same time: to) that the change does not affect the objectives pursued with assistance in fundamental respects, or damage rights of third party.

(b) that the change be requested before the end of the period of implementation of the plan of competitiveness and be accepted expressly notifying the person concerned. Responsible for solving modification requests will be established as the competent body to solve in this call for aid.

Twenty second. Resources.

1. in accordance with the provisions of the articles 116 and 117 of the law 30/1992, of November 26, against the decision of the procedure for grant of the aid, which will put an end to the administrative procedure, can optionally filed appeal to the authority that issued it, within the period of one month from the day following the notification of the resolution or of three months from the day following to the compliance with the time limit set in paragraph vigesimo.7.

Without limiting the foregoing, against the decision of the procedure of granting of the aid should be appeal to the room of the contentious-administrative of the High Court, in term of two months from the day following the notification mentioned or of six months counting from the day following to the met the deadline noted above.

2. the interposition of resources may be made through electronic records of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade in the terms expressed in this order and call for proposals and in accordance with their regulatory bases.

Twenty-third. Payment.

1. all aid should be paid prior to the justification of the realization of the competitiveness plan.

2. do not be required to beneficiaries the Constitution of guarantees. Payment of the aid, will however, conditioned on there is evidence by the managing body that the recipient meets all the requirements set out in article 34 of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General subsidies. In the event that does not record the location of the beneficiary with respect to such obligations, will be required within a maximum period of 15 days from the day following notification of the requirement to provide appropriate certificates.

Twenty-fourth. Advertising.

Aid granted advertising will take place according to the provisions of article 18 of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General subsidies.

In the event that the project was co-financed by the ERDF, the acceptance of aid implies acceptance of provisions in Regulation (EC) number 1083 / 2006 of 11 July 2006 Council and in Regulation (EC) number 1828 / 2006 of 8 December 2006, the Commission on information and advertising that must carry out Member States concerning assistance from the structural funds.

Twenty fifth. Justification, monitoring and control of the activities of the competitiveness plan.

1. investments and expenses provided for in the plan in order to support competitiveness should be performed in the year for which the aid is granted.

2. the beneficiary must submit supporting documentation for activities financed within the framework of these regulatory bases from January 1 until March 31 of the immediate year after the granting of the aid.

After the deadline without supporting documentation to the competent authority, this will require the beneficiary that in the non-extendable term of 15 days is presented, with a warning that the lack of submission will result in the requirement of repayment, in accordance with provisions of twenty seventh paragraph of the order, and other responsibilities set forth in Act No. 38/2003 , 17 November, General grant.

3. the justification of subsidies will be made as set out in chapter II of title II of the regulation of the law 38/2003, 17 November, General of subsidies, approved by Royal Decree 887/2006, of July 21 and in accordance with chapter IV of title I of law 38/2003 of 17 November General grant.

4 the justification of subsidies received may be made through the following forms of justification: to) supporting account simplified aid less than 60,000 euros, in accordance with article 75 of the mentioned regulations of the Act General of grant, unless the project is co-financed with FEDER funds.

(b) supporting account with contribution of documentary evidence of expenditure, in accordance with article 72 of the regulation.

(c) supporting account with contribution of report of the auditor, in accordance with article 74 of that regulation. Also, you must provide proof of expenditure and payment.

5 to provide as well as the detailed instructions and the corresponding forms supporting documentation will be published in the electronic office of the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade, which will be accessible at the address https://sede.mityc.gob.es as well as through the portal of the Ministry, www.mityc.es.

All the documentation of the justification of the activities of the competitiveness plan will be submitted by via telematics and advanced electronic signature pursuant to the order EHA/2261/2007 of 17 July, which regulates the employment of electronic, informatic and telematic means in the justification of subsidies.

Electronic submission of supporting documentation, means comprising both at initial presentation, within the period indicated above, as to the possible corrections are requested to the beneficiaries by the managing body.


In accordance with the provisions in chapter II, article 35 of law 11/2007, of 22 June, stakeholders may contribute to record digitized copies of the documents, whose fidelity to the original guarantee through the use of advanced electronic signature.

The telematic presentation does not exempt the beneficiaries of the obligations indicated in paragraph 6 of this section, keep the originals of supporting documents for expenditure and payment, reports of audit, etc., if they were them subsequently required by the body responsible for the monitoring of aid and Manager or, to carry out control activities legally provided for, by the General intervention of the administration of the State or the Court of Auditors.

6. the beneficiary shall be subject to the actions of verification to be carried out by the body responsible for the monitoring of aid, and Manager as well as the General intervention of the administration of the State financial control and supervisory control of the Court of Auditors and, where appropriate, to the provisions of the regulations applicable to the management of aid financed by structural funds and any other applicable regulations.

7. in cases in which the justificatory account take the form of justificatory account with contribution of auditor report, this shall be subject to provisions of the order EHA/1434/2007, of 17 may, approving the standard of performance of Auditors of accounts in the work of review of support account of grants in the scope of the public sector, provided for in article 74 of the regulation of the General Law of subsidies.

En_el_caso_de the justificatory account with contribution of report of the auditor of the subsection 4.c), the cost of the auditor's report may be financeable up to a maximum of 50% percentage, without exceeding the maximum amount of 1,500 euros, provided that this cost figure included in the budget submitted with the request for help in any case and that the beneficiary is not obliged to audit their annual accounts.

In those cases in which the beneficiary is obliged to audit their annual accounts by an auditor subject to law 19/1988, of July 12, audit of accounts, the election of the auditor carrying out the revision of the justificatory account will be under the authority of the beneficiary.

8. in cases in which the justificatory account take the form of justificatory account with contribution of documentary evidence of expenditure, the checking of these supporting documents can be made using sampling techniques that enable to obtain reasonable evidence of the proper implementation of the assistance. The form of selection of the sample, which among other things shall take into account the concentration of assistance, the risk factors and the territorial distribution, will be content in the annual plan of action that make the body granting aid, pursuant to article 85 of the regulation of the General Law of subsidies.

9. the follow-up activities of the competitiveness plans financed in relation to the fulfilment of the technical and economic objectives (evolution of the work developed, established collaborations, progress, exploitation of the results achieved, etc.), also will be held annually through supporting documentation.

10 financial income that could be generated by the funds delivered by prospective beneficiaries will not increase the amount of the aid granted.

26th. Defaults, reinstatements, and sanctions.

1. the breach of the requirements laid down in this order and other applicable rules, as well as conditions have been established in the corresponding resolution of granting, where appropriate, will lead to the loss of the right to the payment of the aid or, where appropriate, before the appropriate procedure for reinstatement, to the obligation to return perceived supports more interest on late payments , in accordance with the provisions of title II, chapter I of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General grant and the title III of the regulation.

2 shall apply as provided for in title IV of law 38/2003 of 17 November, General subsidies and title IV of its rules of procedure, if such cases of administrative offences in the area of subsidies and State aid.

Infringements can be classified as mild, serious or very serious in accordance with articles 56, 57 and 58 of the above-mentioned General Law of grants. Powers to impose penalties for non-compliance shall be exercised in accordance with article 66 of the same Act.

3. the agreement whereby the reinstatement procedure is initiated shall indicate the cause which determines its home, the unfulfilled obligations and the amount of aid affected.

Received notice of the commencement of the procedure for reinstatement, the applicant may submit allegations and documentation that it deems appropriate, within a period of 15 days.

Shall dictate the resolution record the awarding body for support, and must be notified to the person concerned within a period of twelve months from the date of the agreement of initiation. The resolution will indicate who is the person liable to reinstate, the unfulfilled obligations, the cause of the procedure among those provided for in article 37 of the General Law on subsidies and the amount of the aid to repay with interest.

Twenty-seventh. Criteria of graduation of the possible non-compliance.

When the compliance by the beneficiary is approaching full compliance significantly and is accredited by this action unequivocally aimed at the satisfaction of its commitments and of the conditions of granting of the aid, the amount to repay will be determined by the application of the following criteria, which cater to the principle of proportionality: to) the total breach of the purposes for which the aid was granted realization of investment fundable or justification required, will result in the reinstatement of the 100 by 100 of the aid granted.

(b) partial breach of the purposes for which was granted the aid, of the preparation of bankable investment or the obligation of justification, will lead to the partial repayment of the aid in the percentage corresponding to the investment not performed or not justified.

(c) the delay in the submission of documents to justify the preparation of bankable investment will lead, last 15 days after request of the organ instructor, the loss to the right to payment or reimbursement of 100 per 100 of the aid granted, in accordance with article 70.3 of the regulation of the law 38/2003, of 17 November General grant.

(d) the realization of unauthorized modifications to the fundable budget, this may make the return of the diverted amounts.

Provision additional unique. Applicable regulations.

The aid referred to in this order shall be governed, in addition to as provided herein, as provided in Regulation (EC) 800/2008 number of Commission of 6 August 2008, declare that certain categories of aid compatible with the common market in application of articles 87 and 88 of the Treaty (general block exemption regulation) and , if any, regulation 1083 / 2006, of the Council of 11 July 2006 laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund and the Cohesion Fund and repealing Regulation (EC) number 1260 / 1999; the regulation 1080 / 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 July 2006 concerning the European Fund of Regional development and by which repeals is Regulation (EC) number 1783 / 1999 and regulation 1828 / 2006 of the Commission of 8 December 2006, the implementing rules laying down for Regulation (EC) number 1083 / 2006 of the Council which establish the General provisions concerning the European Fund of Regional development, the Social Fund European and to the Cohesion Fund, and Regulation (EC) number 1080 / 2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council, concerning the European Fund of Regional development, as well as by the provisions in the law 38/2003, 17 November, General grant and its regulation approved by Royal Decree 887/2006 , 21 July, Law 47/2003, of 26 November, General budget, law 30/1992, of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure, law 11/2007, of 22 June, electronic access of citizens to public services and other provisions that may apply.

Sole final provision. Entry into force.

This order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the official bulletin of the State.

Madrid, August 30, 2011.-the Minister of industry, tourism and trade, Miguel Sebastián Gascón.

Annex structure and content of the descriptive report of the Business Plan of competitiveness which should form part of the application Part I: overview of the company (maximum 6 pages).

This part will have introductory character, and its aim is to provide general information about the company, aiming to place in context actions posed in the competitiveness Plan.

It will consist of the following headings: 1. presentation of the company. It will contain a brief description of the recent evolution of the company and its current situation, taking into account the characteristics and situation of the sector to which it belongs. In any case, will contain a table summary in which are included, at least the following fields.




Field of information content







Main activity.





Description.






Complementary activities (if any).





Description.






Summary main products.





Enumeration. Volume or value of production. In the case of intermediate products, not intended for end-markets, indicate the / sectors that are addressed and in what proportion.






Brands (if any).





List by products.






The company's production centres.





Enumeration. It will include both the domestic and the international. Product line assigned to each centre must be specified.






Production processes.





Description. It will be provided a brief technical description of the process, including the main inputs, as well as the waste generated.






Centers/units differentiated r & d.





Enumeration. It will include both the domestic and the international.






Current demand of the sector to which it belongs.





Description. Analysis of the evolution recent customer sectors. In any case, will include at least the foreseeable demand for the applicant company.






Evolution of backlog.





Trend.






The company's market share.





Estimate and trend.






Markets in which it operates (national and international).





Enumeration.






Main distribution channels.





Enumeration.






Specific legislation applicable to products or processes.





Enumeration.





2. forecast of the immediate evolution of the company. Brief description of the foreseeable evolution of the company, in relation to the expectations of the evolution of the sector to which it belongs.




Field's intended content trend information of the relevant market for the company. Anticipated evolution of the current products on the market.





Description. It will include national and international markets.






Potential threats and opportunities that arise for the company.





Description.






Forecast for entering new markets. Forecast for manufacture / develop new products.





Description.






Order intake trend.





Trend.






Planned evolution of exports.





Trend products, or markets.






Evolution of the number of employees of the company.





Trend. Departments in which you provide for variations.





1. objectives of improving the competitiveness of the company. The General objectives of the company, must be described briefly at least for the next two years, even though they do not involve actions within the framework of the present order. All functions of the company shall be taken into account (r & d, production, marketing, sales, investments, human resources, organization, etc.). An order of priority among them, at least, between levels need to be set high, medium and low.

Part II: Description of the competitiveness Plan of the company.

In this part, describe all business projects to be carried out on the basis of the improvement of the competitiveness objectives specified in part I point 3. Each project will be organized on the basis of the lines of action referred to in the sixth paragraph of this order. It will also include a reference to other activities that are part of the project, although they are not among the included in the aforementioned section.

Finally, by way of synthesis, be provided a table summary that will include only the projects for the year referred to in the call, in which only the activities provided for in the sixth paragraph of this order, i.e., those that could be considered eligible, as well as its associated budget shall be specified.

1. Description of business projects to be carried out. Each project will contain a set of actions with a common goal (improving the sustainability of a process or a product, develop and launch the production of a product with greater added value, adopt advanced strategies of production, etc.). The projects will be organized according to the following scheme: to) r & d investments: i. experimental development activities aimed at the generation of new products or services or improving existing ones.

II. experimental development activities to achieve improvements of production processes.

III. experimental development activities aimed at the adoption of advanced production systems.

All these investments may contain the conceptual definition of technological development, design, etc., as well as the generation of non-marketable prototypes (except that at their production cost not can be used only for demonstration and validation) or pilot testing of non-mass production.

IV. other activities of r & d. References to other r & d activities that will take place simultaneously in the company (other projects of r & d, creation of permanent units, laboratories, agreements with other entities, etc.) will include.

(b) actions in the area of personnel.

i. training: will include applicable training actions directly to the current or future job of the worker in the company (e.g. handling of certain equipment, software manufacturing, etc.).

In any case, for each of the planned measures, specify the following data: • title of the course/activity.

• Objectives.

• Duration (days and hours).

• Place.

• Brief description of the content.

• Entity/people responsible for your organization.

• Number of intended beneficiaries.

II. other actions. Will briefly describe other labor actions that the company perform at the same time to the execution of the proposed competitiveness Plan (processes of negotiation of working conditions, plans of telework, reconciliation of work and personal life outsourcing activities, records of regulation of employment (you are in force, etc.).

(c) investments to increase the level of protection of the environment resulting from the activity of the company. They must differentiate themselves according to the two following groups: i. investments in energy savings. Describing the savings that are intended to achieve (compared to the current situation) quantifying them whenever possible, the strategy to achieve them and specify the material means necessary to obtain them.

II. investments aimed at reducing the impact on the environment of the producer. In this section, may include investments to exceed the requirements established by the environmental regulations applicable to the production of the company, either, to improve productive sectors which do not have specific legislation on the subject in terms of environmental impact.

Changes in process or product may arise. In the case of products that do not meet other specific regulation in matters of environmental impact, improvements will be referred to the manufacture of products that apply ecodesign criteria.

In all cases where environmental regulation is exceeded, it will include a reference to it and specify the degree of improvement that is intended to obtain, in relation to the starting situation.

In any case, will include a quantitative estimate of the improvements obtained, its calculation possible.

III. other investments: include references to other investments that are not part of this order, which will be carried out on how part of the competitiveness of the company.

(d) prior to the execution of investment studies.

i. technical feasibility studies prior to Experimental development activities.

II. studies between environmental, prior to investments aimed at improving the impact on the environment of the producer or aimed at energy savings.

In all cases, the objective of the study, will be described including a brief justification regarding the need for it, as well as officials responsible for their implementation.

(e) other actions.

It will include a reference (it is not necessary to detail) to other actions not included in previous paragraphs which the company intends to develop as part of their competitiveness.

2. summary table of the activities planned for the year referred to in the call.

In this section, a summary table in which you specify the activities that will be carried out during the year referred to in the call for proposals, as well as your budget, following the same outline of the above description will be provided. It is only necessary to specify the included in the scope of the order, and which may therefore be fundable. The Board shall have the following format: type of activity description eligible costs (*) amount (€) 1 project (...)





R & d investments.








• Own or contracted personnel expenses.





 






• Costs of instruments and equipment.





 






• Subcontracting.





 






• Additional overheads.





 







• Other operating expenses.





 






• Costs of buildings and grounds.





 






Specific training.








• Costs of teaching staff.





 






• Costs of teaching staff and beneficiaries.





 






• Other expenses (such as materials and supplies)-current.





 






• Depreciation of tools and equipment.





 






• Costs of consulting services.





 






• The beneficiaries of training personnel costs and General indirect costs.





 






Investments in energy savings.








• Material assets (1... n).





 






• Intangible assets (1.. n).





 






Investments aimed at reducing the impact on the direct environment of the producer.








• Material assets (1... n).





 






• Intangible assets (1.. n).





 






Previous studies.





 





• Costs of the study (subcontracting, personnel, material means, etc.)





 






 





Type of activity description eligible costs (*) amount (€) n investments in r & d project.








• Own or contracted personnel expenses.





 






• Costs of instruments and equipment.





 






• Subcontracting.





 






• Additional overheads.





 






• Other operating expenses.





 






• Costs of buildings and grounds.





 






Specific training.








• Costs of teaching staff.





 






• Costs of teaching staff and beneficiaries.





 






• Other expenses (such as materials and supplies)-current.





 






• Depreciation of tools and equipment.





 






• Costs of consulting services.





 






• The beneficiaries of training personnel costs and General indirect costs.





 






Investments in energy savings.








• Material assets (1... n).





 






• Intangible assets (1.. n).





 






Investments aimed at reducing the impact on the direct environment of the producer.








• Material assets (1... n).





 






• Intangible assets (1.. n).





 






Previous studies.





 





• Costs of the study (subcontracting, personnel, material means, etc.).





 





(*) Costs to be considered eligible, must have a level of sufficient breakdown to assess their suitability for the activity to which are associated with. In the case of material assets and costs of instruments and equipment they shall specify at the computer level. Concepts with a deficient breakdown, may not be considered bankable.

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