250 million DKK allocated to QT in Denmark’s Finance Act 2024

The Danish Government just presented Denmark’s Finance Act proposal for 2024

With the Finance Act, Denmark allocates 200 million DKK every year in 2024-2027 to implement the National Quantum Strategy. This includes:

🔎 200 million DKK yearly for part 1 of the national strategy to strengthen quantum innovation and research from basic research to applied research.

💼 50 million DKK yearly for part 2 of the national strategy to leverage the development and commercialization of quantum technologies.

Read the entire proposal here: Fremtidssikring af Danmark – finanslovforslaget 2024

Danish Quantum Community welcomes the government’s long-term investments

“We applaud the government’s commitment to advancing quantum technology. For Denmark to remain a world-renowned quantum hub, it is crucial that we continue long-term investments in developing quantum technology, and that we focus on the entire quantum ecosystem – from academia to companies and future end-users.” – Jan Westenkær Thomsen, Chair of Danish Quantum Community

Denmark’s national quantum strategy

The funds are allocated to the implementation of Denmark’s national quantum strategy.

Part 1 of the strategy was publised in June and set out a strategic vision for strenghtening quantum research and innovation in Denmark from basic research to applied research. You can read an overview of part 1 here: DQC Explainer

Part 2 of the strategy will be published in September 2023.

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