If your building is in Greater Lincolnshire, we could help you become more energy efficient and save money.
Running a business can cost a lot of money, our programme is here to help you save money on your energy spend and to help you reduce your energy output.
Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire is a £9.2m project being delivered by North East Lincolnshire Council on behalf of Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise (LEP) in partnership with the University of Applied Sciences Trier’s Institut fur angewandtes Stroffstrommanagement (IfaS).
The aim is to reduce energy use and Carbon output in Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs), council and other public sector owned buildings in the area.
The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) awarded £5.4m for the project, which started at the beginning of April 2018 and will be delivered over the next three years. Along with private sector investment, the funding will be used to set-up a one-stop shop to provide energy and low carbon services for SMEs as well as facilitating large-scale investment in public infrastructure.
They are known for playing in black and white but now Grimsby Town Football Club has gone green by cutting its energy use. The club has worked with Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire to help cut their carbon emissions. An old heating system at Blundell Park stadium has been replaced with a new, highly-efficient zonal controlled...Read More
Grayton Ltd, based in Barton, is a specialist maintenance company for rotating equipment; supporting a wide range of different sectors from steel, cement, oil, gas and chemicals. Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire has supported Grayton to make the change to LED lighting, helping their business to become more energy efficient by up to 65%. Richard Marshall,...Read More
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