€350k grant funding awarded to Renewable Engine Industry Partners

€350k grant funding awarded to Renewable Engine Industry Partners

Through engagement and partnership with the Renewable Engine programme, enterprises ranging from micro-SMEs to large multinationals have had the opportunity to apply for technology development grant funding, in order to bridge the gap between research and technological innovation within industry.

5 enterprises have successfully secured technology development grant funding through the Renewable Engine programme; Soltropy, B9 Energy Storage, Organic Power, Platinum Tanks and Kingspan Water & Energy. These enterprises have worked closely with the academic partners to shape and drive the PhD-level research activity. Utilising the funding made available to them, the successful enterprises are developing technologies as a means of advancing the research outputs towards commercialisation.

To date, the Renewable Engine programme has awarded approximately €350,000 in technology development grant funding to the partnered enterprises in order to support and advance their potential within the Renewable Energy sector.

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The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) and Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (Republic of Ireland).
Interreg - Northern Ireland - Ireland - Scotland - European Regional Development Fund

We are delighted to hear that the hard work & dedication of the #EUFunded, #INTERREGVA @renewableeng project is being recognised. As lead partner, @swccollege has been nominated for the prestigious @greengowns award.

Congratulations to everyone involved. https://twitter.com/renewableeng/status/1428006013702135811

Renewable Engine@renewableeng

South West College nominated for prestigious @greengowns award through the work of Renewable Engine:

https://www.renewableengine.co.uk/south-west-colleges-renewable-engine-programme-shortlisted-for-prestigious-green-gown-research-award/

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