Innovation funding available for zero emissions mobility projects

ETP has launched the Zero Emissions Mobility SME Funding Call which seeks to fund and enable SMEs to work with a Scottish university partner to advance the development of a prototype product/service that demonstrates its commercial potential in helping Scotland to decarbonise emissions from the transport sector and grow its green economy. 

Submit your Expression of Interest (EoI) before 29 October 2021. Read more

Important notice: COVID-19

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, ETP staff are working remotely and can be contacted by email. Contact us

The Knowledge Exchange Network is welcoming enquiries and is open for applications, click here to find out more

Annual Report

Our Annual Report details our main activities for 2018/19 and gives an update on our progress and case studies about our work with industry.   

Read the report here


About ETP

ETP is the Scottish academic research pool in energy, an autonomous alliance of 13 independent Scottish Higher Education Institutions providing world-class capability and resources in energy RD&D, supported and co-funded by the Scottish Funding Council.

ETP’s vision is to build on the existing areas of excellence and collaborative working to ensure that Scotland remains a globally competitive driving force in energy research & innovation.

Our team of Business Development Managers can share the emergent best practice between academia and industry and help Scottish SMEs identify the best possible support available.

ETP Energy Expertise

Wind EnergyTransportSolar Energy

Oil and GasMarine EnergyEnergy Policy, People and Scociety

Heat EnergyBioenergyEnergy Conversion and Storage

Carbon Capture and StorageEnergy Distribution & InfrastructureEnergy Utilisation in Buildings

Upcoming event

The Energy Innovation Emporium 2021  is taking place from 10 May - 18 October. Read more

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