Organisations can apply for a share of up to £40 million for grants to improve the energy efficiency of industrial processes, reducing energy bills and cutting carbon emissions. It will support the onsite deployment of technologies that improve the energy efficiency of an industrial process or processes. There are two strands; feasibility and engineering studies and deployment projects. The total eligible project costs for a feasibility study must be at least £30,000 and for an engineering study must be at least £50,000. Please refer to the funding section for rules on how much grant funding your organisation can claim. Both close for applications on 14 July. There is also a competition briefing on 11 March and 23 March.
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