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22 Aug

The Big House Presents: EXPO

EXPO is a great opportunity to discover what with these businesses to localise your supply chain, reduce your carbon footprint, and create jobs and opportunities in the D2N2 area.

20 Aug

Chamber offers free year-long membership to businesses affected by Toddbrook Reservoir incident

East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) continues to work with partners to offer comprehensive support to local businesses which have been - and continue to be - affected by the potential collapse of Toddbrook Dam.

19 Aug

‘Energy for Business’ scheme helps local businesses make the low-carbon leap

A project which helps local businesses that want to develop low-carbon solutions, has been awarded funding to support SMEs in the region for another three years.

N2 Energy Grants help business reduce costs through cutting energy use

N2 Energy Grants (N2EG) is a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) supported project delivered by Nottingham City Council.

It aims to help small and medium sized businesses in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to identify and invest in reducing energy use and CO2 emissions.

Running until May 2020, the scheme will provide energy efficiency advice for businesses through a free energy audit, and can support the implementation of energy efficiency improvements through grants of up to £16,000 that will fund up to 40% of total project costs. This could include lighting, insulation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, energy efficient equipment or the generation of renewable energy.

Interested small or medium-sized businesses in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire should call 0115 876 4271 or contact david.kelly@nottinghamcity.gov.uk for further information.