Industrial Energy Transformation Fund
The Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) will support the development of technologies that enable businesses with high energy use to transition to a low carbon future.
The IETF is designed to help businesses with high energy use, such as energy intensive industries, to cut their energy bills and carbon emissions through investing in energy efficiency and low carbon technologies.
There is circa 260 million of funding available
2 phases of funding will take place in 2021
Phase 1 will be available from Spring and will be for the implementation of energy efficiency projects
Phase 2 will be available later in the year and will be for carbon reduction enablement projects
Eligibility criteria and other details are not currently available.
If you wish to receive information about this grants scheme when details are published, please fill out the form on our contact page and type Industrial “Energy Transformation Fund”in the title box.
Grant Funding Through Your Local Council
Many regional councils have received funding, from the “European Regional Development Fund” and are now offering grants to SME’s for carbon and energy reduction.
The funds are generally named differently and have slight variances in performance criteria.
If you are an SME and would like to reduce your impact on the environment, please get in contact.
Dependent on your regional location, grants between 50% and 100% of costs are available.
If you would like to know if there is a grant scheme available in your region, please get in contact, please fill out the form on our contact page and type Industrial “European Regional Development Fund”in the title box.
Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive
The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government environmental programme that provides financial incentives to increase the uptake of renewable heat by businesses, the public sector and non-profit organisations.
Eligible installations receive quarterly payments over 20 years based on the amount of heat generated. The scheme covers England, Scotland, and Wales. There is a separate scheme for Northern Ireland. The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment suspended the Northern Ireland RHI Scheme to new applicants from 29 February 2016.
Who’s it for?
Businesses, public sector and non-profit organisations can apply if equipment was installed in England, Scotland or Wales on or after 15 July 2009 (or later in some cases). Your installation must meet certain requirements. There is further information about the Northern Ireland scheme.
Generally, if the renewable heating system is in commercial, public or industrial premises, then you would apply to the Non-Domestic RHI. This can include small and large businesses, hospitals, schools, and organisations with district heating schemes where one heating system serves multiple homes.
If you want to know more about the non domestic RHI scheme, please fill out the form on our contact page and type “Non Domestic RHI” in the title box