The Green Business Fund from the Carbon Trust

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Green Business Fund

The £7m fund has been made available to SMEs on a first come-first served basis, and will offer energy saving training, cost saving assessments, implementation advice, and capital support for the installation of energy efficiency equipment. Eligible companies can apply for a capital contribution of between £750 and £5,000 to cover up to 15% of an energy efficiency project or equipment replacement cost.

The fund can be used to purchase a range of equipment, including energy efficient lighting, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and energy efficiency controls – vital equipment across a range of business sectors, including manufacturing, retail, and hospitality.

Apply now – this support is available for a limited period on a first come, first served basis, aimed at small and medium sized businesses in England, Scotland and Wales.

How to find out more and make an application
To discuss how your business could benefit from the support on offer, or if you have any questions about the Green Business Fund please visit www.carbontrust.com/greenbusiness, email greenbusiness@carbontrust.com or call 020 7832 4773 to speak to an advisor.

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