EMphasis3 CO2 Reductions (EMphasis3) is an ERDF funded SME support project. It combines the expertise and experience of the University of Portsmouth - lead partner, the University of Winchester and the cleantech cluster, Greentech South.
SMEs can access:
- Free energy efficiency audits
- Energy efficiency grants, up to £25,000
- Research and innovation grants, up to £25,000
Richard Hall, Business Development and Programme Manager at Greentech South, said:
"Many small businesses are reluctant to install energy saving kit due to the cost, the unknown benefits and the confusing array of different solutions. Our offer of a free energy audit followed up by a grant up to £25,000 takes away much of that pain.
Additionally, there are many brilliant inventors in our region developing solutions to reduce carbon emissions. We can offer them an innovation audit supported with a grant fund to help develop the product, prove the solution will work and take it to the market.
With our experienced team, we will work with SMEs to support and encourage them to take action.”
EMphasis3 in the News:
"Portsmouth: Businesses urged to improve energy efficiency" - The Business Magazine
EMphasis3 TV Interview with Richard Hall - That's TV Solent
"Funding available for SMEs to improve energy efficiency and develop low carbon products and solutions" - University of Portsmouth News
If you meet the above criteria and are interested in receiving support through EMphasis3, please email: email@example.com
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