Renewable Technology Fund
The $150 million Renewable Technology Fund (Fund) will support investment, through a series of grants and other financing, in the next generation of renewable technologies and demand management technologies which will improve the reliability and security of the South Australian electricity network, and improve affordability for South Australian consumers.
A key part of our Energy Plan, the objectives of the Fund are to:
The Investment Guidelines for the Fund specify how these objectives will be achieved and provide guidance for proponents considering submitting a proposal seeking an investment from the Fund. In particular, the Fund may identify, assess and invest in Investment Opportunities in a number of different ways including in response to various Calls for Proposals.
Calls for proposals are now open for projects that will deliver clean, reliable and affordable power in key three categories. An additional Call for Proposal is also open for Hydrogen Infrastructure projects.
Call for Proposals
Proposals for the construction of plant that will provide substantial energy storage and synchronous inertia in South Australia, to provide on-demand electricity to the network, improve system security and reliability, competition and support further renewable energy development.Download PDF
The Fund will be administered by the Low Carbon Economy Unit of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet with oversight from the Energy Plan Implementation Committee which was established to implement the Energy Plan.
Staff may be contacted via email DPCRenewablesSA@sa.gov.au or by calling +61 8 8429 5082 / +61 8 8429 5285.