Grants available for ANY Energy Efficiency measure for Suffolk and Norfolk Businesses


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.  Approval will be based on being able to demonstrate sufficient associated energy savings.

Businesses in Suffolk and Norfolk can ‘BEE’ greener and save money for free, thanks to the BEE Anglia project launched in 2016. European funding was approved just in the nick of time to help Norfolk and Suffolk businesses grow sustainably while cutting their energy costs.

The BEE Anglia project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and is being delivered across the region through a partnership of Groundwork, Norfolk County Council, NWES and Suffolk County Council.

To date the project has reviewed 187 organisations and identified cost savings of £1,563,538 (£8,361 per business), and carbon savings of 18,647t (99t per business).  The savings identified are the equivalent of 5542 flights from London to Sydney.

The project has three core offers that have been designed to help businesses reduce carbon and save money using independent advice, funding and recognition for their efforts.

Free Energy Reviews - Our energy experts will visit the business’ premises to conduct a free, impartial and independent review that identifies the best cost and carbon saving opportunities.

Grant Funding - BEE has a limited pot of European funding to support participating businesses to implement energy efficiency measures.

Carbon Charter Accreditation - Help your business stand out from the crowd with the Carbon Charter – fully funded by the BEE project.


If your organisation is interested in the service, register your interest here or call the team on 01473 350370. Our dedicated advisors will be able to answer any queries about eligibility for the programme or potential grant projects.

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