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Go-Green Co-Innovation Program – Release of Guidelines

Trade and investment

The grant opportunity guidelines for the Singapore-Australia Go-Green Co-Innovation Program (GGCIP) have been published and are now available on GrantConnect.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted a virtual information session on the GGCIP on 7 September.

This session focussed on the application process for Australian applicants, including eligibility and assessment criteria, and the proposed timeline. A recording of the session is available below.

Go-Green Co-Innovation Program – general information

Purpose: As a key initiative conducted under the Singapore Australia Green Economy Agreement, the GGCIP aims to incentivise and facilitate co-innovation between small and medium-sized enterprises across the two countries. The GGCIP will help to establish or expand business and commercial activities that boost two-way trade in goods and services across green 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.

Grants will support projects that focus on priority green economy sectors, including:

  • Renewable and clean energy
  • Waste management and circular economy
  • Sustainable agribusiness and food
  • Green transportation and logistics
  • Built environment and infrastructure
  • Energy efficient technologies and products
  • Advanced manufacturing and sustainable materials
  • Environmental monitoring, analysis, and assessment

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

Timing: Grants applications opened on 7 September 2023 and will close on 4 December 2023.


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