Some of the UK’s most polluting industries will benefit from £40 million funding to help them cut their carbon emissions, while reducing their energy bills, the government announced today (Sunday 7 February). Businesses in energy-intensive sectors, including pharmaceuticals, steel, paper and food and drink, will be able to apply for grants worth up to £14 million through the government’s Industrial Energy Transformation Fund – totalling £289 million in funding up until 2024. In this second competition window, the minimum grant has been lowered to £100,000 for deployment projects, offering more flexibility for small businesses to receive funding so they can speed up getting their ideas to market.
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The government is offering £40m of funding to help cut CO2 from the UK’s most polluting industries, with businesses in energy-intensive sectors such as pharmaceuticals, steel, paper, and food and drink, able to apply for grants worth up to £14m each, it announced today.
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