Clean Growth Worcestershire

25 February 2021

Are you a Worcestershire based SME looking to grow your green credentials?

This event will introduce you to the top grant funding and support schemes available in Worcestershire, that can support you in:

• Accessing business grants for energy efficiency, growth and innovation

• Accessing support and funding to develop & commercialise green products and services

• Reducing costs and driving down the environmental impact of your business – save energy = save cash whilst building genuine and valuable green credentials

Register here.

Hear from:

Business Energy Efficiency Programme (BEEP) offer FREE energy and resource assessments and grants of up to £20,000 for small and medium sized enterprises in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

Low Carbon Opportunities Programme – Renewables (LOCOP) offer FREE renewable energy assessments and grants for small and medium sized enterprises in Worcestershire.

Low Carbon Opportunities Programme – Innovation (LOCOP) supports businesses who are helping others to be green by the development of innovative low carbon goods and services.

Public Energy Efficiency Programme (PEEP) provides FREE energy assessments and grant funding to support organisations to improve the energy efficiency of their public buildings and invest in renewable energy technologies.

ATETA offers ERDF funded advice and technical support to eligible SMEs to support Low Carbon Energy innovation through the University of Birmingham.

WMG teams up with a large business and a partner organisation to collaborate with five or more SMEs creating a network dedicated to helping each other grow through sustainable manufacturing practices.

Also hear from the Midlands Energy Hub, Natural Networks, Worcestershire Business Central and Support towards Net Zero.

Who is it for?

SMEs based in the Worcestershire area.

Please note each scheme has its own eligibility criteria, you can find out more about each programme via the links below:

BEEP,  LOCOPATETAWMGNatural NetworksWorcestershire Business Central