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Technology innovation funding from the ETP Industry Engagement Fund

Area: Scotland
Suitable for: Scottish SMEs, non-Scottish SMEs who have or want to establish a base in Scotland 

Funding size: Up to £10k
Application deadline: Ongoing

This fund aims to support Scottish SMEs to develop low carbon technology by:

  • Providing up to £10k worth of funding;
  • A consultancy service from our team of Business Development Managers;
  • Assistance accessing further grant funding from other bodies and advice from an ETP Business Development Manager on how to submit a successful application;
  • Access to state-of-the-art knowledge and expertise by collaborating with academics based in our 13 partner universities in Scotland;
  • Access to testing facilities at the Scottish Energy Laboratory

ETP provides knowledge exchange and business development support to SMEs across seven thematic areas: Energy Conversion & Storage; Energy Systems; Energy Efficiency in Buildings; Heat Energy; Energy Distribution & Infrastructure; Marine Energy; and Wind Energy.

If you would like to find out more about the funding and support we offer at no cost to you, please contact the Business Development Manager for your energy industry sector listed below.

About the ETP Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN)

ETP increases SME capability in low carbon technical innovation and makes it easier for SMEs and universities to connect through the Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN). KEN offers Scottish SMEs access to resources including project funding to work with Scottish universities on low-carbon innovation projects.

The KEN is now in its third phase and will run until 31 March 2022. KEN Phase III will catalyse and accelerate KE activity between academia and industry, thereby increasing innovation, advancing the development of the low carbon economy in Scotland and supporting Scotland, UK and the EU to meet ambitious low carbon targets.

The KEN includes a team of Business Development Managers (BDMs) who work with companies and relevant business intermediaries to proactively explore opportunities for new collaborative links with ETP and where appropriate identify and source funding. The BDMs provide continuity, critical mass and breadth of technology focus that will result in a step change in energy related KE activity, across all of ETP’s Thematic Areas.

This work is made possible by funding from the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands & Islands Enterprise and the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Fund (ESIF).

Contact Us

Core Team
Business Development Managers (BDM)

Knowledge Exchnage Network Resources

On demand webinar
ETP's Project Manager, Brian Cross, provides an introduction and overview of the Knowledge Exchange Network in this webinar, available to watch on YouTube.

The Knowledge Exchange Network and the ETP Industry Engagement Fund was made possible by:

Our Energy Expertise

 

Wind Energy Marine Energy Grid, Power Systems & Networks

Solar Energy Bio-Energy Carbon Capture & Storage

Energy Conversion & Storage Energy Utilisation in Buildings Oil & Gas

Heat Energy  Energy Environment