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Go-Green Co-Innovation Program (GGCIP)

A key initiative of the Singapore-Australia Green Economy Agreement, GGCIP is a grant program open to companies from Australia and Singapore seeking support to co-innovate products and services to increase trade and commerce in green sectors.

Renewable and clean energy; sustainable agribusiness and food; built environment and infrastructure; waste management and circular economy; and environmental monitoring, analysis and assessment are among the green sectors of mutual interest supported under this program.

Australia and Singapore Governments have set aside $20 million to support relevant and eligible GGCIP projects over several years.

GGCIP is jointly implemented by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Enterprise Singapore.

Grant Recipients from Round One*

Australian CompanySingaporean CompanySectorProject description
Jet Zero Australia Pty Ltd Apeiron Bioenergy Pte LtdSustainable Aviation Fuel Conduct a feasibility study to source and produce low-carbon intensity feedstocks from waste oils and non-edible crops in Australia for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production, with the aim to advance SAF development and support the decarbonisation of the aviation industry in the region.
Givvable Pty LtdStemly Pte LtdEnvironmental monitoring analysis and assessment Integrate existing technologies, including AI-driven solutions, to create greater technical capacity among businesses seeking a more carbon-efficient and sustainable supply chain management system.
Roobuck Pty LtdDong You Technology Pte LtdEnergy reduction solutionTest and explore the widespread adoption of a newly developed long-range WiFi in underground mines in the resource sector where conventional standard WiFi systems are expensive to set up and require large amounts of energy usage.
FootprintLab Pty LtdHashstacs
Pte Ltd
Environmental monitoring analysis and assessment Combine technologies to improve businesses' ability to fulfil climate-related public disclosure obligations and bolster a more sustainable supply chain management framework.

*Represents the initial list of recipients with additional grant awardees to be announced.

About the Go-Green Co-Innovation Program (GGCIP)

GGCIP grants will support co-innovation projects that focus on priority green economy sectors. Grants can be used to fund the development and commercialisation of products, services or solutions that drive the decarbonisation of economic activities or help Singapore and Australia transition to net zero emissions.

Who: Australian small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and Singapore Enterprises.

Timing: A second grant round is expected, with a call for application likely to be announced in mid-2024.

Contact: Register your interest in the program at

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