The energy transition is a major challenge for companies, especially for industry, which represents a significant share of greenhouse gas emissions. To support companies in their transition to a low-carbon
Decarbonization of industry: Launch of a new financial aid scheme
For Guillaume Kasbarian, Member of Parliament for Eure-et-Loir and President of the Economic Affairs Committee, “the course is clear: to make France the leading European nation in the green industry.
State Aid & RDI: adoption of a revised framework for State aid for Research, Development, and Innovation
The European Commission has opened new possibilities for supporting research, development, and innovation (“R&D&I”) through the adoption of a revised framework for State aid in this area. The “2022 R&D&I
State aid and COVID-19: authorization of an aid scheme to support investment towards a sustainable recovery
In line with support measures for companies initiated during the COVID-19 pandemic by public authorities, the European Commission has just opened new support possibilities for France up to €7 billion.
Certainly, the ecological transition is no longer at the idea stage, but it is becoming effective. This is one of the priorities of the French Recovery Plan. Europe, for its part,
The “France 2030” plan takes over from the France Relance Plan: 30 billion euros in funding for ten top objectives
Announced yesterday by the French President and taking over from the Recovery Plan, the France 2030 Plan aims to allow France to regain its environmental, industrial, technological, health and cultural
Decree n°2021-784 dated June 18th 2021 regarding the certification of research organizations and scientific or technical experts to whom companies may entrust the execution of research operations in application of
Industry decarbonization : the French State expands the scope of grants for financing investments in decarbonization of industry
As part of the recovery plan, 1.2 billion euros has been mobilized to support companies wishing to equip themselves to reduce their GHG emissions or improve their energy efficiency through
The Research Tax Credit (‘RTC’) 2020 Guide has just been released … could it be that the Ministry of research have a short memory?
The Research Tax Credit 2020 Guide has just been published on the website of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI). This release follows a May 2020
Subcontracted expenses eligible to the Research Tax Credit (RTC): ending of more than 5 years of tax insecurity!
In its landmark caselaw, the French Administrative Supreme Court (Conseil d’Etat) rejects the position of the tax administration and validates the eligibility of ancillary tasks necessary to achieve research works.