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Summary: 
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The CIP aims to leverage investment by supporting infrastructure that is deemed to be critical, thus lowering the cost of doing business.

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Full description: 
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The CIP is a cost-sharing incentive that is available to the approved applicant/s or infrastructure project/s upon the completion of verifiable milestones. The CIP supports the following types of projects: 1) Construction or provision of the infrastructure, including but not limited to testing machinery and equipment that enables the investor to undertake a defined fixed investment, or the expansion or sustainment, refurbishment of the existing fixed investment. 2) Construction or provision of infrastructure that enables the establishment of new or upgrading (revamping/resuscitating) infrastructure and fencing of state-owned industrial parks. 3) Infrastructure for renewable energy projects that are not under the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPPP). 4) Construction or provision of infrastructure for investment that alleviates water and/or electricity dependency on the national grids. That is, investment that makes them less dependent on national supplies. 5) Infrastructure development costs to distressed municipalities, state-owned aerospace and defense national strategic testing facilities and state-owned industrial parks. Applicant/s must be a registered South African legal entity, and submit a complete application at least 60 calendar days prior to commencement of infrastructure construction.

What is funded: 
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The CIP supports the following type of projects: 1) Construction or provision of the infrastructure, including but not limited to testing machinery and equipment that enables the investor to undertake a defined fixed investment, or the expansion or sustainment, refurbishment of the existing fixed investment. 2) Construction or provision of infrastructure that enables the establishment of new or upgrading (revamping/resuscitating) infrastructure and fencing of state-owned industrial parks. 3) Infrastructure for renewable energy projects that are not under the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPPP). 4) Construction or provision of infrastructure for investment that alleviates water and/or electricity dependency on the national grids. 5) Infrastructure development costs to distressed municipalities, state-owned aerospace and defence national strategic testing facilities and state-owned industrial parks.

Limitations: 
Exclusions to the funding opportunities are described below.

Public institutions and provincial governments can contribute (financially or otherwise), towards projects but cannot be applicants except for provincial entities in the case of state-owned industrial parks. Projects that have applied for the Shared Economic Infrastructure Facility (SEIF) will not be funded or co-funded for the same infrastructure activity under CIP.

Fund type: 
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How to apply: 
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To apply visit the dti website, and locate the financial assistance tab. All information regarding application forms and guidelines is provided for in each of the dti funding and/or incentives.

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Country: 
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City: 
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Pretoria

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