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Enterprise Ireland: Investment in Capital for Decarbonisation Initiatives

Addressing decarbonisation has become a global imperative, embraced by governments, businesses, and society at large. Numerous businesses have made public commitments to attain carbon neutrality by 2050. The Capital Investment for Decarbonisation Processes, backed by the Enterprise Emissions Reduction Investment Fund, aids companies in their decarbonisation endeavours by facilitating investments in equipment and technologies aimed at reducing carbon emissions.

Who benefits from it?

Companies actively pursuing the decarbonisation of their manufacturing processes.

What is offered?
  • Projects can receive grant aid ranging from a minimum of €20,000 to a maximum of €1 million.
  • The grant amount is contingent on the project’s effectiveness in achieving carbon reduction.
  • Grant aid intensity is determined as a percentage of eligible project costs, with variations based on business size.
How can it be utilised?
  • Encouraging companies to invest in and adopt technologies that reduce thermal carbon emissions.

  • Supporting businesses in expediting their journey toward achieving net-zero carbon emissions.

For more information see: https://www.enterprise-ireland.com/en/Productivity/Build-a-green-sustainable-Business/Enterprise-Emissions-Reduction-Investment-Fund.html

Grant applications are a key specialty of Celtic Dynamics. We actively research and apply for grants on behalf of your company, ensuring you can access available financial assistance to optimise the overall cost of your energy projects.

How to Proceed:

Ready to secure funding for your energy-saving projects? Book a call with Celtic Dynamics to discuss the details further and receive a customised quotation. Our Energy Grant Applications service is designed to enhance your chances of success in securing grants for your energy initiatives.

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