Carbon Trust — The Green Business Fund
The Carbon Trust Green Business Fund is a brand new energy efficiency support service for small and medium-sized companies in England, Wales and Scotland. It provides direct funded support through energy assessments, training workshops, equipment procurement support and up to £10,000 capital contribution towards your energy saving equipment purchase.
Join the Carbon Trust on the 2nd March 2017
Padbrook Park, Cullompton, 9.30am — 12.00pm
The two-hour workshop will help small companies in Devon, Plymouth, Somerset and Torbay learn how to identify and implement opportunities to reduce energy costs within their business and make the most of the Fund.
The event will cover:
Understanding and reducing energy bills through behavioural and low cost measures
Introduction to energy management
How to understand your energy usage bills
How to implement approaches to energy management and behaviour change to achieve real saving
Focus on major areas of energy consumption in SMEs (heating, lighting, equipment, insulation)
Technical overview of the key areas of consumption
Outline of key energy reduction retrofit technologies
Access to funding and free one-to-one site audits
A brief overview of further support and advice available, including a capital contribution of up to £10,000 towards the cost of projects that comply with the requirements of the fund.
To secure your place please contact the Growth Hub on 03456 047 047. Alternatively you can complete our online enquiry form indicating your interest in this event.
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