AMGC accelerates innovations in clean energy manufacturing

The Australian Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) has announced grants for 15 manufacturers. The grants are administered under AMGC’s Commercialisation Fund.

Successful clean energy projects include:

  • Nedstack Australia (NSW). Commercial prototype development of Australia’s first utility-scale PEM fuel cell.
  • Seeley International (South Australia). Accelerated design and development of ultra-high efficiency roof top HVAC system.
  • Energy Renaissance (NSW). Support for skills at pilot manufacturing facility for lithium-ion batteries to prepare for full facility deployment. 
  • Empower Energy (NSW). Delivery of Australia’s first cost-effective solar-storage product designed for Australian climate, remoteness, bushfire risk and coastal living conditions. 
  • carbonTRACK (Victoria). Development of mass market Smart Gateway (Wi-Fi device) to monitor and control renewable energy assets and electronic devices.

The projects are supported within the Australian Government’s six National Manufacturing Priorities:

  • Recycling and Clean Energy
  • Resources Technology and Critical Minerals Processing
  • Medical Products
  • Food and Beverage
  • Defence
  • Space.

See the Minister’s media release and the AMGC announcement for the full list of recipients and total project commitments.

[Photo: Seeley International evaporative cooling array]