Scottish businesses that can provide low carbon infrastructure are being backed by a new £60 million fund.
Up to £100,000 will be available for each project that can provide low carbon heating, low emission vehicle charging infrastructure and energy systems.
Under the terms of the Low Carbon Infrastructure Programme, up to 50% of a project’s total value can also be applied for up to a maximum of £10 million.
Scottish Climate Change Secretary Roseanna Cunningham stated: “We have, first and foremost, a moral obligation to fight climate change.”
“But for a nation with Scotland’s resources and skills, the transition to a more prosperous, low carbon and circular economy also presents a valuable economic opportunity.”
“We are determined to attract, retain and develop the low carbon innovators who will shape our future.”