Help with energy costs for high users
LARGE corporate energy users – industry, schools, colleges and commerce, and anyone with total energy spend above £50,000 per year – may be in line for funding to help them reduce energy costs and emissions. The usual first step is for a free initial surv
LARGE corporate energy users - industry, schools, colleges and commerce, and anyone with total energy spend above £50,000 per year - may be in line for funding to help them reduce energy costs and emissions.
The usual first step is for a free initial survey to identify where and how savings can be made, with an estimate of the costs involved.
The survey provides organisations with a practical report with a cost-reduction action plan that is technically assessed by the Carbon Trust, and is complemented by a free report presentation with a question-and-answer session.
Assistance is available for completion of the application process and applying for the funding.
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CONTACT: Allan Wright, the locally-based Carbon Trust energy consultant through e-mail to email@example.com or telephone 07850 790853.
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