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New funding to electrify our large energy users has just been announced with the Large Energy User Electrification Support Program (Program). This program aims to drive electrification in industry, reduce energy use, emissions and energy costs, and build industry capability. The Program will provide funding for approved specialists to…

Funding Amount:

Grants of $14,000 to $60,000 (or $66,000 if regional) ex GST are available per Project

  • Site process and energy consumption assessment (Mandatory)$4,000
  • Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)$10,000
  • Low heat boiler (< 80 °C delivery temperature)$15,000
  • Medium heat boiler (>80 °C delivery temperature)$20,000
  • Industrial process including furnaces, ovens, dryers. (Reactors and similar gas-fired appliances) $25,000

 

Who is this for?

This grant is for large commercial and industrial business facilities that use between 10 and 100 terajoules of gas per annum

The $40 million National Industrial Transformation Program (NIT Program), previously known as the Industrial Energy Transformation Studies (IETS) Program, will support the reduction of scope 1 and scope 2 emissions at existing or planned industrial facilities across Australia. Who is this for? The following target sectors are considered to…

Funding Amount:

The ARENA funding available under the Program is up to a total amount of $40 million and the total of all grants for a particular project under the Program will not exceed $15 million.

You can apply if you:

  • At the time of applying and throughout the life of the Project, the Applicant must hold an Australian Business Number (ABN)
  • be an Australian entity incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)
  • have an Australian State or Territory-owned corporation, or a subsidiary of an Australian state or territory owned corporation; or c. an Australian local government or council or an Australian organisation that is purposed with representing and supporting local governments or councils

The implementation of metering and monitoring systems is a critical step towards identifying energy-saving opportunities and building the case for equipment upgrades.  This grant will help NSW businesses by providing up to $100,000 to cover up to 50% of the cost of implementing the recommendations of a energy metering…

Funding Amount:

Up to $100,000 to cover up to 50% of the cost of implementing the recommendations of your energy metering and monitoring plan

Who is this for?

This initiative is for NSW businesses in the manufacturing or industrial or commercial sector.

Eligibility:

You can apply if you:

  • have an energy metering and monitoring plan. The plan must:
    – be no more than 3 years old from the day of the grant application
    – accurately reflect the current processes and systems on site. The breakdown of costs must be supported by itemised quotes valid at the time of the application
  • have an Australian Business Number (ABN) and be registered for GST
  • the proposed metering plan implementation project must be at a NSW site address
  • spend a minimum of $200,000 a year on energy bills at that site, including all purchased fuels, except fuel for transport
  • have a complex energy system including, but not limited to, a combination of:
    – multiple processes
    – multiple distribution systems
    – multiple energy types
    – and/or-multiple end uses

If your application is for a commercial building:

  • only the base building is eligible
  • the occupancy certificate must have been issued prior to 1 January 2022
This grant opportunity was announced in January 2023 as part of the Government’s Safeguard Mechanism Reforms to support the Government’s ambition for Australia to become a renewable energy superpower. The Australian Government has announced a total of $600 million over the life of the program. For this first round…

Funding Amount:

A grant amount of $500,000 to $50,000,000 to cover up to 50% of eligible project expenditure

You can apply if you:

    • are an eligible entity

    • have an eligible project

    • have eligible expenditure

By assessing and understanding your existing energy metering, you can pinpoint gaps in the system and determine how enhancing your metering systems can lead to reduced energy consumption and expenses. The Metering and Monitoring Planning (MMP) initiative presents an opportunity for businesses to identify gaps in their metering systems…

Funding amount:

Up to $15,000

To be eligible, you must:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN) and be registered for goods and services tax (GST)
  • are a business in a manufacturing, industrial or commercial sector if you have a complex energy system that requires a comprehensive metering plan
  • are a site or facility located in NSW
  • spend more than $200,000 on energy annually per site, including all purchased fuels, except fuel for transport
  • have a clear and justifiable objective for developing a metering and monitoring plan
  • have a complex energy system in terms of the number of processes, distribution systems, energy types and/or end uses involved
  • have no metering and monitoring plan completed under this program for another site/facility of yours that has a similar energy system

If a metering and monitoring plan is for a commercial building:

  • only the base building is eligible
  • the occupancy certificate must have been issued prior to 1 January 2022
We are your energy specialists for the industrial sector We are experienced in EEO for large industrial companies in Singapore and Australia If you are a Registered Corporation and are required to complete an Energy Efficiency Opportunities Assessment (EEOA), then you will need to follow this process. Plan Assessment…
  • If you are a Registered Corporation, use over 54 TJ of Energy per annum, you may be required to complete an Energy Efficiency Opportunities Assessment (EEOA) for Registered Corporations.
  • If you are expanding your site, or building a new one, and are likely to use over 54 TJ of energy per annum when operating 24×7, then you are required to complete an Energy Efficiency Opportunities Assessment (EEOA) for New Ventures.
The purpose is to encourage companies to put in place an EMIS which would enable them to effectively manage energy use in a structured manner to achieve efficiency improvements. NG has experience in implementing metering, monitoring and information management systems, and has written Industry Guides for government on how…

Funding amount:

  • Up to 50% of qualifying costs, capped at
  • $250,000 per energy-intensive facility (i.e. consuming more than 54TJ of energy annually and registrable under the Energy Conservation Act); and
  • $125,000 for other facilities.

To be eligible, you must:

The applicant must be a Singapore-registered owner or operator of an existing or proposed industrial facility that is or will be sited in Singapore.

The purpose is to encourage manufacturing companies, including SMEs, to invest in energy efficient equipment or technologies. NG has Certified, independent qualified personnel for Measurement and Verification. Purpose To encourage manufacturing companies, including SMEs, to invest in energy efficient equipment or technologies. Key eligibility criteria The applicant must: Technologies…

Funding amount:

Up to 50% of the qualifying costs

To be eligible, you must:

  • be a Singapore-registered owner or operator of an existing or proposed industrial facility that is or will be sited in Singapore;
  • be recognised under the “Singapore Standard Industrial Classification (SSIC) 2015” as undertaking manufacturing activities; and
  • have a group annual sales turnover of not more than S$500 million
The purpose is to encourage companies in the industrial sector to carry out energy assessments for their existing facilities to identify potential areas for energy efficiency improvement. NG is an Accredited ESCO that can assist with this grant. Purpose Encourages companies in the industrial sector* to carry out energy…

Funding amount:

Up to 50% of the qualifying costs, capped at $200,000 over a 5-year period for any single facility.

To be eligible, you must:

  • The owner or operator of the manufacturing facility must be registered in Singapore.
  • The industrial facility for which the energy assessment is being carried out must be located in Singapore.
  • Energy audits of relevant business activities of registered corporations under the Energy Conservation Act are not eligible for application from 1 Jan 2020.
  • The capabilities of the selected Consultants** should be thoroughly assessed to ensure that they match the needs and requirements of your facility.
  • Companies must have conducted a preliminary energy assessment at the time of application.
  • The detailed energy assessment must not have commenced at the time of application. The company must not have signed a contract with the Consultant for the detailed energy assessment at the time of application.
  • The detailed energy assessment should cover the whole plant or facility. Manufacturing equipment and processes may be excluded from the assessment. For large facilities, a partial assessment covering a complete system or part of the facility may be considered. Besides energy assessments, process plants can also carry out long-term monitoring of individual system components and overall systems to identify efficiency degradation. This is known as Energy Performance Monitoring. Such projects are also eligible for funding under E2F.
    • Appointed Consultant can either be:
  • a) an external company, foreign or local, and accredited under the Energy Services Company (ESCO) Accreditation Scheme; or
  • b) qualified internal assessment teams with good track record in carrying out energy assessments of a comparable scale and scope. Such teams must provide evidence of substantial experience in carrying out energy assessments of the scale and scope intended.
The purpose is to encourage investors of new industrial facilities or major expansions in Singapore to integrate resource efficiency improvements into manufacturing facility development plans early in the design stage. Eligibility criteria Funding amount Up to 50% of the qualifying costs, capped at $600,000. What’s Included NG will create…

Eligibility criteria

  • The owner or operator of a new industrial facility or the existing facility to undergo major expansion must be registered in Singapore;
  • The new industrial facility or the existing facility to undergo major expansion must be sited in Singapore; and
  • The detailed design of the facility must not have commenced at the time of application.
  • The Consultants must be experienced and able to show good track record in carrying out design workshops of a comparable scale and scope. The capabilities of the selected Consultants must be thoroughly assessed to ensure that they have the capability to design or advise on the design of the facility concerned.

Funding amount

Up to 50% of the qualifying costs, capped at $600,000.

This grant rewards data centres and manufacturing companies who invest in projects that deliver energy savings and carbon abatement. Eligibility criteria Funding amount Funding is the lesser of 50% of qualifying cost, or calculated at an amount related to the annual carbon abatement. Contact Northmore Gordon for the specific…

Eligibility criteria

  • Singapore-registered owners or operators
  • Group annual sales turnover of more than S$500 million
  • Project based in Singapore
  • Carbon reductions must occur

Funding amount

Funding is the lesser of 50% of qualifying cost, or calculated at an amount related to the annual carbon abatement.

Contact Northmore Gordon for the specific calculations.

The $400 million Industrial Transformation Stream Program (ITS Program) will support the reduction of scope 1 and scope 2 emissions at existing industrial facilities in regional Australia.  The objectives of the ITS Program are to:  Who is this for? Eligible Projects: Projects should be: Funding Amount: Open since November…

The $400 million Industrial Transformation Stream Program (ITS Program) will support the reduction of scope 1 and scope 2 emissions at existing industrial facilities in regional Australia. The objectives are: replacing high energy use heating in council pools with energy-saving heat pumps, installing energy-efficient lighting at sporting fields, libraries and community centres and investing in other energy efficiency upgrades. This grant is open until December 2024 or until funds are exhausted.

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