December 21, 2020 Vietnam Green Recovery, Resources and Clean Energy

BPP Vietnam Call for Green Recovery Partnerships

Through the Business Partnerships Platform (BPP), the Australian Government is calling for inclusive business partnership proposals to help support green and resilient COVID-19 economic recovery in Vietnam. If you have a bold idea that could create a lasting social and environmental impact, we would love to hear from you! Applications close 8 February 2021. 

Vietnam is among the most vulnerable nations to climate change impacts. Extreme weather events in recent years have become more severe with higher frequency and magnitude. The Vietnamese Government is focused on supporting enduring and effective climate change responses. Australia is working with Vietnam, and other countries in our region, to address the challenges presented by climate change.

Australia’s approach, as outlined through Australia’s Technology Investment Roadmap, emphasises the need to invest in new technology to drive down the cost of low emission technologies and accelerate their deployment. The BPP’s Call for Green Recovery Partnerships in Vietnam invites businesses and their partners to submit proposals that could accelerate progress towards climate and energy solutions in Vietnam.

Learn more about the Business Partnerships Platform, and the Call for Green Recovery Partnerships in Vietnam in an interactive Q&A session on 13 January 2021 Register here

Innovation areas

The BPP’s Call for Green Recovery Partnership in Vietnam invites businesses and their partners to submit proposals with a climate and energy focus. The Australian Government is calling for proposals in, but not limited to, the innovations listed below within the climate and renewable energy sectors.

Funding amount

The BPP’s Call for Green Recovery Partnerships in Vietnam offers from AUD 250,000 to AUD 750,000 in funding to scale a business initiative for social and environmental impact. A co-contribution is required to ensure that both the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and partners are investing in the BPP initiative. The co-contribution must match or exceed the DFAT investment.

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Interested in applying? Access the Application Guidelines and SmartyGrants application portal or contact us if you have any questions at: applications@thebpp.com.au 

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