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Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Hubs and Technologies Program – Hubs Stream

This opportunity supports businesses to design and construct shared carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) infrastructure between multiple co-located emitters and viable CO2 storage sites.

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What you get?

Grants from $5 million to $50 million.

Who is this for?

Businesses involved with carbon capture, use and storage.


The Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Hubs and Technologies Program will help deploy CCUS at scale. This grant aims to:

  • reduce costs and project risks in deploying CCUS at scale
  • develop commercially viable hubs in Australia, with shared CCUS infrastructure between multiple co-located industrial emitters and viable CO2 storage sites
  • increase domestic and international collaboration and co-investment in the development of shared CCS hub infrastructure
  • increase knowledge and capabilities in CCUS in Australia
  • increase uptake of CCUS technologies to reduce CO2 emissions in key sectors
  • support the development of Clean Hydrogen Industrial Hubs or clean LNG production facilities.


You can apply if you meet the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria are a set of rules that describe who we can consider for this grant. You can apply if you:

  • are an eligible entity
  • have an eligible project
  • have eligible expenditure.


How do you apply?

The Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Hubs and Technologies Program – Hubs Stream is closed to applications.


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Key documents

Grant opportunity guidelines

Sample application form

Sample grant agreement

Accountants declaration template

Board or CEO approval letter