Staffordshire Business & Environmental Network (sben) are delighted to announce that, following successful approval of a 3-year extension to their Low Carbon Business Evolution Programme (LCBEP)*, we have secured specialist energy engineering and process optimisation consultancy, Pro Enviro Ltd., to carry out FREE Energy Efficiency Reviews for a further 120 businesses across Staffordshire.
Pro Enviro has over 30 years’ experience working with thousands of businesses, helping them to improve their energy efficiency, implement a low carbon strategy, reduce their carbon footprint and, most importantly, save money.
Rapidly rising energy costs, combined with new regulatory compliance, means that having a comprehensive understanding of how a business uses energy is increasingly a necessity to demonstrate the best investment opportunities for that business.
Therefore, with their wealth of experience, we are extremely fortunate to be working alongside Pro Enviro within LCBEP.
LCBEP offers support to eligible businesses** in Stoke and Staffordshire through:
1. A FREE Energy Efficiency Review A review of current energy consumption A site visit to undertake the review Recommendations to reduce energy use A site visit to present the report and discuss how to implement recommendations
2. A Low Carbon Enterprise Grant Grant funding of between £2,000 – £20,000 (up to 60% of your net costs covered) to help businesses implement recommendations.
The funding will support installation of energy efficient measures to buildings and processes.
3. A series of Business Events will be held through Stoke on Trent & Staffordshire LEP area to help businesses find out more about energy efficiency best practice.
Our next LCBEP event is on the 14th March 2019, see our web site for more details https://sben.co.uk/our-events/
Express your interest in a FREE Energy Efficiency Review by contacting us via:
Call 01785 278108
*The project is part funded with support from the European Regional Development Fund Programme 2014 – 2020 and delivered by Staffordshire County Council in partnership with Keele University.
** eligibility criteria apply