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The carbon emissions of businesses and organisations in the West of England have fallen 49% in the past 10 years, but significant challenges remain to reach net-zero.

Cut carbon, cut costs

In the current economic climate and cost-of-living crisis, the connection between decarbonisation and economic resilience/growth has never been so strong. Payback times for low carbon solutions have been dramatically reduced by rising energy prices, increasing demand in supply chains and markets.

Many businesses are unsure what their path to net-zero could look like. Our programmes aim to provide end-to-end support, from engagement and specialist advice to financial support to take action.

The climate and ecological emergency is also an opportunity to reshape and grow our region’s economy. With the right support, local businesses can develop and export low carbon products and services and transform the way they operate.

View Climate Action Plan

What we do

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Free, impartial support for small and medium sized enterprises to find ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs.

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Funding for SMEs to make energy savings and carbon reduction improvements to their buildings and operations.

Get in touch with us to talk about ways to reduce your business’ energy costs.

Register by 3rd May. Funding to install solar panels on larger commercial and industrial roofs.

Funding for SMEs to install low carbon heating systems.

Our funding

Our Low Carbon Business Support programmes are funded by the Metro Mayor’s £60million Green Recovery Fund. This fund has been created to help us meet our climate and ecology ambitions as set out in the Climate & Ecological Strategy & Action Plan (pdf).