Four manufacturers in Western Australia are using grants to invest in clean technology that will increase their energy efficiency, reduce their power bills and improve their competitiveness. The grants, part of the Government’s Clean Technology Investment Programs, are helping these businesses install more than $4.8 million worth of energy efficient
Dollar-for-dollar funding is now available for carbon price liable manufacturing businesses under the $1 billion Clean Technology Programs. Manufacturers who operate a facility that emits 25,000 tonnes or greater of greenhouse gas emissions but less than
The Cleantech Partnering Program is a $2.15 million grant program to help small and medium enterprises take new cleantech products, processes and services from conception and early development stage through to market. The program will be delivered over
Investing in Manufacturing Technology (IMT) is aimed towards promoting the growth, productivity and international competitiveness of manufacturing businesses by stimulating investment in new technologies. Nature of Assistance Grants of up to $250,000 are
Providing opportunities for Australian businesses to find innovative new ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the $200 million Clean Technology Innovation Program was launched yesterday by the Minister for Industry and Innovation, Greg Combet, at
Over 140 new jobs will be created and $19.71 million in new investment generated in the South East South Australian region after the Commonwealth and State governments announced the second and final round of grants from the South East South Australia
Minister Assisting for Industry and Innovation, Senator Kate Lundy, has announced the successful Australian companies that will receive up to $55,000 in funding under the Gillard Government’s Textile, Clothing and Footwear (TCF) Small Business Program.