Derbyshire County Council Backs Carbon-Cutting Energy Schemes with £2m Fund

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Cabinet members are set to consider proposals for a grant scheme to help local businesses to develop and invest in green energy and carbon reduction schemes at a meeting next week (Thursday 11 February 2021), as part of the government’s drive for a green industrial revolution.

Under the proposals – which have been drawn-up in collaboration with the University of Derby as part of our COVID Economic Strategy and climate change commitments – small and medium sized businesses with up to 250 staff and micro-business with up to 10 staff would be eligible to apply for grants designed to kick-start the county’s carbon reduction and alternative energy agenda and boost local businesses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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