Get a free energy efficiency assessment for your SME. Eligible businesses can then apply for a grant to implement measures to reduce energy demand.
We’re sharing details of a new government-funded scheme that is providing free energy efficiency assessments to SMEs across the Black Country.
As part of the Decarbonisation Net Zero Programme, the scheme aims to help small businesses transition to net zero by improving competitiveness and energy efficiency and enhancing business resilience. It is being delivered in affiliation with the Business Energy Advice Service.
After a free energy efficiency assessment, your eligible business will be able to apply for between £1,000 and £100,000 of 50 per cent net zero grant funding. The funding is available to enable businesses to implement recommended measures to reduce their energy demand and provide energy savings.
These measures could include investment in new machinery and equipment, improved manufacturing processes, or LED lighting and insulation.
Energy intensive engineering
Manufacturing experts will also be delivering specialist assessments for energy intensive engineering firms located across the West Midlands.
Register now for your energy efficiency assessment and subsequent funding
Many SMEs faced challenges last winter with rising energy bills, so don’t miss this opportunity to access support and funding.
To learn more about the Decarbonisation Net Zero programme, you may wish to attend this launch webinar on Wednesday 15 November.
You can also get more ideas for energy savings and efficiency on our climate resilience page:
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