Energy and electric vehicle support and funding opportunities
Find more details on the announcement made by the Prime Minister in September 2022, Government announced an 'Energy price guarantee' for businesses. You can find out more about this support and updates on the link here.
Find out about the Energy Bills Discount Scheme (EBDS) for non-domestic customers, which is running until 31 March 2024. This scheme replaces the Energy Bill Relief Scheme.
Public, private and third sector organisations in England can access capital grant funding to help new and existing heat networks move to low and zero carbon technologies, such as heat pumps, solar and geothermal energy.
Maximum grant – Discretionary. Round six deadline is 29 September 2023
Small non-domestic property owners, for example, landlords and those with properties in the private sector, in England or Wales, may be eligible for money off low carbon heating technologies (air source heat pump, biomass boiler or ground source heat pump).
Maximum grant – Discretionary. No present deadline.
Grants available to businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk for capital development projects that aim to reduce their carbon footprint and increase productivity.
Maximum grant - £100,000. No present deadline.
A new funding initiative is being launched to help small and medium-sized UK businesses decarbonise and invest in green projects.
Maximum grant – discretionary. No present deadline.
Waiting list accepted for any new funding if it becomes available.
Electric vehicle schemes
Grants available to SMEs in the UK to help with the costs of installing electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints for their operations and staff.
Maximum grant – £15,000 per grant. A business can receive up to five grants. No present deadline.
The EV Charge point Grant for Landlords is for commercial landlords that rent, lease or manage commercial properties.
Maximum grant – discretionary. No present deadline
Grants for UK entities that rent, lease or manage residential properties (landlords) who wish to install electric vehicle (EV) charge points in their properties.
Maximum grant – £30,000. No present deadline.