Clean technology commercialisation grants EOI process opening soon

New $40 million grant initiative will support clean technologies with high potential to commercialise and significantly reduce emissions in high-emitting and hard-to-abate sectors in NSW

Factory floor clean tech

The NSW Government through the Department of Planning and Environment are seeking expressions of interest (EOIs) from applicants for grants between $250,000 - $5 million to support clean technology commercialisation projects.

The initiative aims to accelerate the commercialisation and scaling up of proven clean technology innovations for trade in Australian and international markets.

These grants are open to organisations seeking to commercialise a clean technology innovation.

The types of activities eligible for the grants include, but are not limited to:

  • full-scale pilots and demonstration projects in operational environments
  • scaling production or marketing to support customer sales
  • engaging professionals to provide commercialisation guidance
  • engaging an experienced executive to fill a key gap in the management teams of a clean technology start-up.

Further details on eligible applicants, and the types of initiatives eligible for funding through this grant, can be found in the guidelines.

EOIs for clean technology commercialisation‚ÄĮgrants will open on 11 April 2022. The EOI is the first in a two-stage application process. Successful EOI applicants will be invited to submit a full application. The application and assessment process for this stream will be competitive.

Before beginning your application, please read the:

These have important information about the eligibility and merit criteria, application requirements and assessment process.

Information session

You can learn more about this grant, Net Zero Industry and Innovation and ask any questions at the online information session on 6 April 2022 at 10:00am AEST.

To register for the informations session, go to the Humantix event page here.

For more information regarding the grants, go to the Energy NSW website here.

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