The transition to a low carbon economy and achievement of a 51% reduction in emissions by 2030 across all sectors of the economy represents a whole-of-society challenge. Enterprise, along with all other sectors, must fundamentally change to adapt to this challenge and to realise the many opportunities that this transformation represents. As part of Ireland’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan funded by the European Union, the Green Transition Fund is supporting the decarbonisation of Irish enterprise.
The Green Transition Fund supports companies across each of the different aspects of their decarbonisation journey – from initial planning and capability building to investment, research and innovation. It is designed to support companies, whether starting out or already on the journey, to take action now and get ready for the low carbon, more resource efficient economy of the future.
The fund is comprised of two separate streams:
- The Climate Planning Fund for Business
- The Enterprise Emissions Reduction Investment Fund
Enterprise Ireland’s HPSU Community
Meet The Team
Teri progressed her career in business development and investment roles within Enterprise Ireland and now leads the HPSU Operations team which manages the relationships with clients, entrepreneurs and stakeholders across the business eco-system.
With extensive international experience working across Asia and the US, Alan manages the life sciences High Potential Start-Up team which works with the best emerging Bio, Pharma and Medical Device companies in Ireland.
With previous entrepreneurial experience in founding and managing a sports technology company, Niall now leads the HPSU ICT Accelerate team which supports high growth clients pre and post seed investment stage.
Having started her career with Enterprise Ireland’s Research and Innovation division, Jenny progressed to working with start-ups, quickly scaling companies and global players in the food sector before becoming Divisional Manager for HPSU