Decarbonise your buildings and save energy   

We have secured Government funding, up to March 2025, to support the decarbonisation of non- domestic buildings in Greater Manchester.

Our programmes support a range of low-carbon innovations which can measure and optimise energy use, improve energy efficiency, and integrate green technologies to help reduce carbon emissions.             

Our funding programmes

Innovation Accelerator Funding

The Innovation Accelerator programme has been designed to support pilot and demonstrator projects for energy innovation in non-domestic buildings. This programme will support commercial and public sector building owners to accelerate the deployment of low-carbon energy innovations that enable buildings to decarbonise rapidly. This opportunity also allows businesses to participate in the testing and implementation of innovative energy solutions, which can measure and optimise energy use, improve energy efficiency, and integrate renewable energy systems to help reduce carbon emissions.

  • Can support projects including, but not limited to: Controls & Monitoring, Decarbonisation of Heat, Energy Efficiency, and Renewables.
  • All projects must be complete by March 2025.

Innovation Navigator Funding 

The Innovation Navigator programme aims to accelerate innovation across key businesses operating in Greater Manchester. Connecting businesses with local innovation specialists, researchers, and enablers, the team will navigate your innovation projects to accelerate their delivery to market - quickly, seamlessly, and at no charge. This programme is targeted towards SMEs, Start-ups, and Third Sector Organisations developing innovative products, processes, and service innovations in areas including, but not exclusive to: AI, Data & Advanced Computing, Diagnostics & Genomics, and Sustainable Advanced Materials.

  • Targeted at SMEs, Start-ups, and Third Sector Organisations developing innovative projects, processes, and service innovations in areas including: AI, Data & Advanced Computing, Diagnostics & Genomics, and Sustainable Advanced Materials.
  • All projects must be fully commercialised by the end of March 2025.

Sectors Supported

Public

Commercial

Leisure

Education

Arts and Culture

We're delighted to be at the forefront of supporting the reduction of carbon emissions from public sector buildings in Greater Manchester. The city-region has an ambitious target to be carbon neutral by 2038, with the large public sector estate able to play a leading role in helping to achieve this goal.

David Schiele, Director, Energy Innovation Agency

If you’d like to learn more about any of our funding opportunities, please contact us for more details about how to get involved.

 

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