DRIP is a partnership between 13 companies, three universities and two GTS institutes. The steering committee comprises 14 members across partners
and sectors.


The partnership is in close dialogue with the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency, and the Danish Agency for Water and Nature Management to ensure that important considerations regarding regulation are taken into account.

Steering committee

DRIP Steering committee members:

The Partnership Management Team follows the progress closely and acts as a sounding board for the technical manager and the partnership manager. The Partnership Management team consists of:

Partnership manager – co-ordination, communication and administration:

Technical manager – facilitaton and monitoring of the technical work:

The Technical Coordination Committee focuses on momentum, output and coordination between work packages and consists of all work package leaders and the Partnership Management Team.


The total budget is DKK 98m of which Innovation Fund Denmark contributes DKK 50m and the founding partners invest DKK 48m.

Innovation Fund Denmark invests in the development of new knowledge and technology creating growth and employment in Denmark. The Fund focuses on societal challenges, strengthens research and increases innovation commitment within private companies.