European industry has outlined its proposal for a larger follow-on the Clean Sky civil-aviation research public-private partnership, which reached its half-way point in 2012. Industry is seeking €1.8 billion ($2.3 billion) in EU funding for the proposed Clean Sky 2 program, which would run 2014-2024. This would be matched by €1.8 billion in industry research and development funding, for a total program budget of €3.6 billion compared with €1.6 billion for Clean Sky, which runs to ...

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