Fully-funded Investors in the Environment membership for low carbon sector SMEs

January 27, 2015 12:48 pm

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NEP Energy Services and Nottingham City Homes have teamed up to offer 25 businesses in the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire construction, low carbon and energy sector the opportunity to gain the Investors in the Environment accreditation.

Each business will be allocated Department for Energy and Climate Change funding though the Green Deal for Communities programme, which will allow them to benefit from NEP’s support in implementing their own environmental management system. As part of a package worth over £1,000, the businesses will receive one year’s free membership to the rapidly growing Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Investors in the Environment network and consultant support to gain the accreditation.

Which businesses will qualify for funding?

Businesses need to be interested in supplying into the Greater Nottingham Green Deal supply chain, such as construction companies, insulation installers, renewable energy companies, LED lighting installers . They should also be SMEs, therefore having below 250 employees and an annual turnover of less than £41 million. If you are not sure if you qualify call us for a chat. There may be other programmes we can support you through.

What is the next step in the process?

Any businesses interested in applying for this funding to join the Investors in the Environment programme should also send enquiries to Rebecca or Jerome on 0115 985 3005 / Rebecca.forster@nottenergy.com, Jerome.b@nottenergy.com.


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