Provides funding for innovators and manufacturers in Clean Technology Innovation, Low Carbon Product Manufacturing, and Renewable Manufacturing.
$11M has been allocated over 4 years to connect NSW-based SMEs with research organisations to fast-track idea development and accelerate the rate of innovation. The program includes $3.85M in TechVoucher grants.
This competitive program aims to progress new and innovative medical devices and related technologies towards #commercialisation. $8 million funding is available this round.
Enhances STEM outreach in schools, focusing on technology education relevant to natural hazard management and response. Eligible organisations will be required to deliver STEM-focused education programs covering natural hazards directly to the school children and/or provide the training required for school staff and teachers to deliver the programs themselves.
Involves NSW Government agencies posing challenges to address current gaps in responding to, managing and recovering from natural hazards. There is also a ‘big ideas’ stream to help identify future technology capabilities. The potential partner agencies include NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS), State Emergency Services (SES), NSW Fire and Rescue, NSW Forestry Corp, Reconstruction Authority, […]
Low-interest loans of up to $250,000 are available to primary producers in NSW to fund a broad range of products, activities and services aimed at improving drought preparedness and climate variability resilience.
Guided experience to quickly and cost-effectively validate your business idea or solution and get you investment-ready. Pre-startups/startups need to be headquartered in the Central Coast or Hunter Region.
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.
Apply now for a metering plan implementation grant and receive up to $100,000 to cover up to 50% of the costs of installing an energy metering and monitoring system.
This program provides funding to high emitting NSW industries to help them reduce their emissions and strengthen their resilience into the future.