Posted by Ewan McClymont on August 4, 2017
Cornwall New Energy is part funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). It aims to support SMEs based in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to use energy more smartly, and to benefit from energy generation and storage.
The scheme is a partnership between PRP Architects, Community Works CIC, Community Infrastructure Group CIC, the Building Research Establishment, and Exeter University. The project’s key objectives are to provide greater energy security in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, reduce operating costs to improve SMEs’ overall financial performance, and enable new energy products and services to be brought to market.
The team can provide free carbon and energy-related consultancy in a number of areas, including –
The scheme is designed to support a broad range of sectors and groups, which include tourism & leisure, property development & construction, energy technology, start-ups entering the low carbon & environmental sectors, heavy energy users, businesses operating in the low carbon & environmental supply chain, and community groups with renewable energy projects.
For further information, contact Amanda Forman on 07471-953998 or visit https://www.cornwallnewenergy.com .