This project provides dedicated support and a source of funding for eligible businesses to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.
Businesses will be accepted onto the project on a first come, first served basis until capacity is reached.
Through the Low Carbon Project, you could:
This project is part-funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).
Our sustainability expert will guide you through every stage of the process. They will:
You will get a free carbon survey of your business, to establish how much energy you use now and how you could save energy.
The report will identify energy saving improvements the business could invest in and provide a detailed breakdown of the carbon saving, cost, and return on investment for each, so you can decide what’s the right path to take.
The project includes a grant scheme through which businesses can apply for a financial contribution towards eligible costs of one or more energy-saving interventions.
To be eligible to take part in the scheme, your business must:
About the grants
As part of the Low Carbon scheme, businesses will have the opportunity to apply for funding towards eligible interventions identified in their carbon survey.
The grant will part-fund interventions, with the business making up the rest of the funding itself.
For projects costing up to £24,999, you can apply for a 50% grant contribution of £12,500.
For projects costing more than £25,000, you can apply for a grant contribution of between 10% and 50% of the project cost.
The minimum grant you can apply for is £1,500 (for a project with a total cost £3,000).
Click here to find out more.
Grant Deadline: Rolling basis