Grants in TAS

TAS Enabling Business Grant Program

$2500 - $10,000

This program is the second round of the Small Business Growth Strategy Grant Program, supporting Tasmanian businesses in growth, adaptation, and innovation. Grants from $2,500 to $10K are available for capital purchases, including machinery, electronic payment terminals, and computers. Applicants must provide at least 30% of the total purchase cost, with a maximum purchase value of $50K, including GST. The program runs from 29 October 2024 to 10 December 2024.

Urban Precincts and Partnerships Program (uPPP)

$500,000 - $50 million

The Urban Precincts and Partnerships Program (uPPP) was announced in the 2023-24 budget and will launch in 2024-25. The Australian Government has allocated $150 million ($120 million estimated to be available) over three years across two streams: Precinct Development and Planning, and Precinct Delivery. The program aims to develop urban precincts in capital cities, creating more liveable suburbs and improved cities to better serve local communities. The initiative supports urban growth, enhancing community resilience and complementing existing areas, activities, and transport.

Moon to Mars Supply Chain Capability Improvement Grants

$250,000 to $1 million

The Australian Moon to Mars Supply Chain Capability Improvement Grants provide funding for Australian businesses to enhance their ability to deliver products and services into domestic and international space industry supply chains, supporting Moon to Mars activities. The Australian Moon to Mars Initiative is a key component of the Advancing Space: Australian Civil Space Strategy 2019-2028, enabling Australian businesses and researchers to contribute to NASA's mission to return to the Moon and proceed to Mars.

TAS One-off Assistance Grants

Up to $20,000

One-off Assistance grants, with a maximum of $20,000, aim to promote winter events in regional Tasmania, attracting more visitors and local engagement during the off-peak tourist period. They also support the development of event skills and capacity in regional areas.

Industry Growth Program: Commercialisation and Growth

$100,000 - $5million

Commercialisation and Growth grants target innovative projects in the prototyping to market-readiness stages. Activities involve devising market entry strategies, speeding up growth, and expanding into national and international markets.

Industry Growth Program: Early-Stage Commercialisation

$50,000 - $250,000

Early-stage commercialisation projects encompass the entire process, starting from feasibility studies and proof-of-concept development, all the way to producing and testing early prototypes in simulated or theoretical settings. The grants support projects and business activities aimed at validating the commercial potential of your innovative products, processes, or services.

Climate-Smart Agriculture Program – Small Grants

$10,000- $100,000

The Australian Government is calling for organizations to apply through an open competitive process for projects under the Climate-Smart Agriculture Program - Small Grants Round 1. These small grants support grassroots and community-level projects aimed at assisting farmers and landholders in adopting sustainable agriculture practices and implementing practice changes. They enhance natural resource management, improve on-farm productivity, and build resilience to climate change. The grants include various projects and initiatives, facilitating information dissemination, extension activities, and the expansion of local initiatives. Both new and established climate-smart, sustainable agricultural practices are eligible for funding.

Solar Sunshot

TBC

The Solar Sunshot program aims to assist innovative manufacturing facilities in Australia operating within the solar PV supply chain. This includes polysilicon, ingot, wafer, solar PV cell, and solar module assembly production.

Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) Grants

$100,000 - $3 million

Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) Grants facilitate short-term research collaborations led by industry, effectively bridging the gap between researchers and industry. The initiative focuses on driving research and development efforts towards viable commercial applications.

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