Inputs from the industry to the European Chips Survey from the European Commision are crucial to prevent, prepare for, and anticipate future semiconductor supply chain disruptions.
On 8 February 2022, the European Commission proposed the European Chips Act. The proposal seeks to mobilise more than 43 billion Euros of public and private investments, to help European industry prevent, prepare for, and anticipate future semiconductor supply chain disruptions.
To help the Commission deliver this public support, a dedicated European Chips Survey was launched to help shape and guide financial and non-financial support. Make your voice heard in order to ensure that all industry’s requirements are sufficiently represented and can be adequately addressed.
Please respond to the European Chips Survey by 20 March 2022.
All information collected is strictly confidential and will not be shared with third parties.
The European Chips Survey aims to gather information on current and future wafer and chip demand, as well as other industry needs. Your input will help policymakers identify and target concrete actions, commitments and investments needed at the regional, national, and European level.
For more information regarding the European Chips Act, please visit:
- European Commission publishes stakeholder survey on European chip demand
- European Commission Proposes Chips Act
- State of the Union 2021, by President Ursula von der Leyen
- Alliance on Processor and Semiconductor Technologies
- The European Industrial Strategy
To dig into the European Chips Act proposals details, please read AENEAS following article from 9 February 2022: ‘European Chips Act proposals in detail‘. In brief, the proposed Act will foster development of capacities in advanced manufacturing, design and system integration as well as cutting-edge industrial production. These ambitions are backed with significantly enlarged public and private investment in excess of 43 billion euros up to 2030. This includes scope for very high levels of public funding for ‘first-of-a-kind’ facilities which can benefit Europe as a whole. Regarding the next steps, the proposed Regulations will be discussed by the European Parliament and the Council. The Commission will assist the co-legislators to reach an agreement as soon as possible.