The Australian Government is inviting applications for the Maintaining Our Supply of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Program grant.
The competitive grant program has been initiated to provide business with up to $16.15 million in funding to manufacture and supply Technical Grade Urea (TGU), TGU-equivalent product or DEF for the domestic market.
To be eligible your project must:
- be located in Australia
- be a new project, which has not already commenced
- be for domestic manufacture and supply to the Australian market of TGU, TGU-equivalent product or DEF from domestic feedstocks (e.g. natural gas, ammonia, CO2), or imported feedstocks which are reliably available in Australia
- produce TGU which meets the ISO 22241 specification for the production of DEF, or;
- produce a TGU-equivalent product that demonstrates it can be used commercially as a DEF either, as specified in compliance with ISO 22241, or as certified by OEMs for use as a DEF.
Detailed information on the program and how to apply can be found at Grant Link. Applications for the MOSDEF grant program are open until 31 January 2023.
The data attached here includes statistics on diesel exhaust fluid consumption and imports.
The grant program is being run by the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water. Direct questions to the Department’s help centre on 13 28 46.
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