Energy Efficiency Grants - Sussex and South East

If you are a group or business based in Sussex or the South East there are a number grant funding schemes and funding programmes available for energy efficiency projects.

Energy Efficiency Grants for SMEs in East Sussex

Businesses, social enterprises and charities based in East Sussex (excluding Brighton & Hove) with fewer than 250 employees and a turnover of less than £44 million may apply for a grant of up to £1000 to cover a maximum 40% of the total value of their energy efficiency project through the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC.

The grant scheme is funded by East Sussex County Council and is designed to help businesses reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

For more information and application form click here.

Utilise Plus Programme

The Utilise Plus programme offers a range of services: grant funding (between £1,000 and £5,000), events, workshops and fully-funded energy audits, for SMEs throughout England. It is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, supported by the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership, and delivered by the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC.

Grants are administered in two funding rounds with deadlines on: 23rd March 2018 and 22th June 2018.

Find out more about eligibility criteria, the grant funding on offer from the Utilise Plus programme, or register your interest.

Other Funding Opportunities

If your organisation is not eligible for the above, find out more about other local and national grant schemes here and here.




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