If you have a requirement to change refrigerants due to the F Gas regulation phase out then you may be able to receive a grant to reduce the cost implications of changing to more energy efficient alternatives. Read More >
The Brook Inn in Copdock & Washbrook is a community-owned free house bought predominantly by local shareholders in 2014. They have recently been awarded grant funding from the Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia project for cavity wall and roof insulation plus window and door double-glazing. Read More >
To date the project has reviewed 513 organisations, identified cost savings of £3,250,000 (£6,335 per business), and carbon savings of 27,000t (52t per business). The savings identified are the equivalent of taking 17,700 new cars off the road a year. Read More >
Essential Care (Organics) Ltd are a family-run business based in Mildenhall, who are passionate about the power and efficacy of genuine natural skin care. They manufacture natural skin care and organic beauty products for sensitive skin under the brand Odylique. Read More >
Plinth Medical, based in Eye, Suffolk, are a manufacturing firm with 40 years of continuous experience of providing medical patient furniture. They have recently been awarded grant funding from the Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia project to upgrade the lighting in their new premises to LED. Read More >
Kiezebrink UK are one of the largest suppliers of exotic animal food and raw meat diets in the UK. They have recently been awarded grant funding from the Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia project to increase their processing and freezer storage facility. Read More >
Roland Plastics are a Suffolk based manufacturing firm specialising in the supply of bespoke plastic injected mouldings and assemblies in a wide range of thermoplastic materials. They have recently been awarded grant funding from the Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia project to upgrade their lighting to LED in the workshop areas. Read More >
Little Beck Properties is a small family run commercial property letting agent in North Suffolk. Based near Beccles, they have small industrial units to let for workshop, manufacturing and storage use. They have recently been awarded grant funding from the Business Energy Efficiency (BEE) Anglia project for the purchase and... Read More >
Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils are collaborating with Groundwork and NWES to use EU funding to support businesses in the region. One such business is Barnwell Print, based in Aylsham, Norfolk. Read More >
To date the project has reviewed 320 organisations, identified cost savings of £2,096,351 (£6,551 per business), and carbon savings of 21,557t (67t per business). The savings identified are the equivalent of 6407 flights from London to Sydney. Read More >
So far BEE Anglia have awarded £72,309 in grant funding for various energy efficiency projects including radiant heating, vehicle tracking, wood burner and lighting. The scope for grant funding has been widened to enable ANY energy efficiency measure to be considered. Read More >
On Thursday 9th February, Harriet Wallace, Deputy Director, Air Quality and Industrial Emissions at Defra spent the day with us at the Groundwork Suffolk offices. Her visit was part of a National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) 'A Day in the Life' work shadow scheme. Read More >
The BEE (Business Energy Efficiency) Anglia project was officially launched in Norfolk on Thursday 17 November with an event held at The Enterprise Centre at University of East Anglia in Norfolk. Read More >
We are recruiting a number of highly enthusiastic and personable Green Champions to join our team and support our Business Energy Efficiency Anglia project which is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Read More >
The BEE (Business Energy Efficiency) Anglia project was officially launched in Suffolk on Friday 23 September with an event held at the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook. The project is funded by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund and is being delivered across the region through a... Read More >
Businesses in Suffolk and Norfolk can ‘BEE’ greener and save money for free, thanks to this latest project. European funding was approved just in the nick of time to help Norfolk and Suffolk businesses become greener and cut their energy costs. Read More >
Venue: LIA Academy, Stafford Park 7, Telford, Shropshire TF3 3BQ
Workshop - Right Light, Right Place, Right TimeHow to save energy and costs by upgrading your business to LED lighting Upgrading lighting in non-domestic premises offers a huge energy and cost saving opportunity. It’s estimated that around 14 billion kWh could be saved nationwide through low-energy lighting – around the...
BEE Anglia will be exhibiting at the upcoming Small Business Expo. Come along and meet the team to find out how we can support your business to be more energy efficient with FREE support and grant funding. More details below:
Venue: The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3FD
The BEE Anglia team will be exhibiting at the Menta Trade Fair this year. Come along and find out how we can help your business be more energy efficient with FREE support and grant funding. More details below:
Venue: Department of International Trade's Export Hub, Unit 3, Malory Road, Beacon Park NR31 7DT
Senior Advisor Rex Kellett will be attending this event. Come along to meet Rex and find out how we can help your business to be more energy efficient with FREE support and grant funding. Further details below:
New Anglia Growth Hub, together with Barclays are running a series of webinars to give you clear business support information to help your business expand and grow. In this session, you get 3 in 1 as we look at 3 business support programmes designed to help your business grow.
The Carbon Trust has launched a new fund providing capital for smaller businesses to replace old, power-guzzling equipment, together with expert advice to boost the efficiency and productivity of businesses across England, Scotland and Wales.
BEE Anglia Advisor Saleema Quraishi will be speaking at the Buy Local Norfolk Networking event in December. She will be informing delegates all about the BEE Anglia project and how it could help their business and their clients businesses.
BEE Anglia Delivery Manager June Davenport will be speaking at the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce Lunch in November. She will be informing delegates all about the BEE Anglia project and how it could help their business and their clients businesses.