Recycling and clean energy manufacturing funding now available under the Modern Manufacturing Initiative
Funding is now available for recycling and clean energy manufacturing projects under the Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI).
Open funding streams
If you’re undertaking recycling and clean energy projects you can apply for funding support under the:
- Manufacturing translation stream: helps Australian manufacturers translate high quality research and ideas into commercial outcomes
- Manufacturing integration stream: helps Australian manufacturers to access domestic and global supply chains and distribute quality products and high value services into them
Successful National Manufacturing Priority projects are eligible to receive up to 50% of funding.
Applications for the third MMI stream—the Manufacturing collaboration stream—will open later this year.
Road map for the recycling and clean energy sector
The industry-led Recycling and Clean Energy National Manufacturing Priority road map is now available to guide your application under the MMI.
The road map will help manufacturers develop world-leading greentech products, tap into manufacturing opportunities flowing from large energy projects and support manufacturers to develop new ways to use clean energy and recycled materials.
More priority sector road maps
National Manufacturing Priority area road maps:
- Medical Products
- Resources Technology and Critical Minerals Processing
- Food and Beverage
- The Minister announced funding for recycling and clean energy manufacturing on 7 April 2021
- The MMI is the centrepiece of Make it Happen: The Australian Government’s Modern Manufacturing Strategy
- National Manufacturing Priorities Roadmap Taskforces are developing the road maps