Free advice and to SMEs on a whole range of energy efficiency challenges. Small Grants of £1k (Capped) available. Grant funding will be offered on a 50% match funded basis
Helps businesses to adopt environmental technology to process efficiently the recycling of resource materials.
BEIS funded initiative Support the capacity of LEPs and Local Authorities to identify and deliver local energy strategies and projects.
ATETA provides FREE access to our team of Knowledge Exchange Fellow’s (KEFs) who will work with you in our state-of-the-art research facilities and laboratories to identify ways for you to improve efficiency, identify new market prospects, test and demonstrate new ideas and ultimately grow your business
Fully funded business support for developing low carbon, products and processes.
Smarter Choices has been government funded to bring together and test the latest financing and monitoring technologies into a single online platform to provide straightforward building energy saving solutions. To develop this new service, SMEs with energy bills above £20,000 per year can now access a limited number of free energy assessments and free measurement & verification equipment for pilot projects which proceed to installation.
Helping businesses develop new or improved energy efficient products
The Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University is running an innovative programme to help entrepreneurs and business leaders in the West Midlands to develop new low carbon products and services from such unwanted material. Redundant material such as food waste, cardboard boxes, plastic waste, sawdust, waste oils, manure, hay straw, sugar beet residue, spent grain waste from breweries are only a few examples of waste that could potentially open up fresh possibilities for your business.
The GBSLEP’s Pilot Low Carbon Grant Fund is targeted at SMEs, and has been designed to support the development of high-growth, low-carbon technology projects in the region, by funding market research and feasibility studies up to a value of £35,000. The deadline for applicants is 3rd December 2020.