Lancashire SME’s urged to benefit from renewable energy grants

Burnley-based LowCarbon Energy has been appointed as a Chamber Low Carbon consultant to advise Lancashire SME’s on the renewable energy technologies currently available.  

As one of the UK’s leading providers of solar pv and renewable energy solutions, Low Carbon Energy have experience of delivering solutions across a portfolio that spans over thirteen different sectors. 

“We are helping businesses become sustainable and independent, whilst reducing their carbon footprints and assisting them in meeting their csr targets,” explains Benedict Ennis, commercial solar consultant at Low Carbon Energy.

“With over 30 years experience, our team have a thorough understanding of not just the technology underpinning solar panel systems, but also the regulatory and legal processes that govern them, so we can take care of everything from preventative maintenance to enhancing performance and detailed data analysis.”

“As an appointed consultant we can now access a range of grants available to Lancashire SME’s, so we are urging business owners to come forward and talk to us.”

This new initiative by Chamber Low Carbon will help businesses reduce their utility costs by exploring ways to improve efficiency and reduce consumption. Making use of the expert knowledge of the consultants on board, Lancashire businesses can benefit from valuable advice on improved production processes and resource efficiency. 

Lancashire SME’s can benefit from being educated on the various renewable energy sources and technologies available to them, together with strategies on how to implement the changes within the business. 

The team at Low Carbon Energy are working tirelessly to help as many organisations as possible discover the benefits of renewable energy, and with grants currently available, they urge business owners not to delay their transition over to a sustainable business model.