New scheme to help businesses cut costs and carbon

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Is your business ready for a future without fossil fuels? Have you been asked by companies you work with what your carbon footprint is and how you need to reduce it?

Questions like these will become commonplace as the UK tackles climate change.

A new scheme to support small and medium sized businesses to cut costs and save carbon has been launched by Cambridgeshire County Council.

The Low Carbon Business Support programme will offer support and guidance to businesses looking to take their first steps to reduce their carbon emissions, as well as those who have actively started their low carbon journey. Learning from the county council’s Smart Energy Grid Project at St Ives Park and Ride will offer real live case study information and site tours will be on offer.

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