The Australian Government is inviting organisations via an open competitive process to apply to deliver projects under the Climate-Smart Agriculture Program – Partnerships and Innovation Grants. Partnerships and Innovation grants will foster sustainable agricultural and natural resource management innovation. The grants will deliver on the Australian Government’s policy of using innovation to support more climate-smart, […]
The Australian Government is inviting organisations via an open competitive process to apply to deliver projects under the Climate-Smart Agriculture Program – Capacity Building Grants Round 1. The Capacity Building grants will contribute to the Climate-Smart Agriculture Program’s outcomes by supporting farmers to increase their awareness, knowledge and skills of best practice climate-smart sustainable agriculture […]
Business Research and Innovation Initiative (BRII) – Renewables and Low Emissions Round – Feasibility grant
The three challenges in this round of BRII focus on renewables and low emissions practices. The challenges are: increasing energy efficiency of commercial fishing operations; powering safe drinking water for Australian First Nations remote communities; alternative packaging for premium Australian wine.
Assists companies in developing products and services that can deliver efficiencies and increased productivity and increase the competitiveness of the Mining, Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector. Application closing dates for 2024 are: 5 March, 4 June and 3 September.
Provides up to $50 million to trade-exposed facilities to reduce their emissions and contribute to meeting Australia’s emissions reduction targets.
Aims to realise agriculture’s potential to sequester carbon in the landscape, generate carbon credits and grow WA’s carbon farming industry. Round 3 of the CF-LRP will open in early 2024.
Supports green energy and greentech projects in Western Australia in support of a sustainable low carbon future.
Builds the capability and competitiveness of tech-enabled entrepreneurs within the Hunter region, regardless of their affiliation to the University of Newcastle, across the sectors of clean energy, clean water, recycling and waste, supply chain, built environment, air quality, and transportation.
Program funding will support projects that align with the Queensland new-industry development strategy which aims to develop industries that will be in demand as the world decarbonises. These industries include renewable energy manufacturing, critical minerals, battery industry development, green hydrogen, resource recovery and recycling, and the bioeconomy including biofuels and sustainable aviation fuel. The Program will also […]
This program provides funding for projects in battery and critical minerals processing, renewable hydrogen, advanced manufacturing in wind and solar componentry, along with carbon capture use and storage projects.