The Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) Phase 3 window is now open.
This fund will support industrial sites in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to decarbonise their industrial processes through the permanent deployment of energy efficiency and deep decarbonisation technologies and provides capital investment in the form of a grant to sites in sectors such as manufacturing, mining, material recycling and data centres, to transition to a low carbon future.
The Energy Innovation Agency is delighted to bring you another free webinar on Tuesday 5th March 2024 in which you will hear presentations from Darren Ivey, Head of Stakeholder Engagement, IETF and Resource Efficiency Stakeholder Engagement Team, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero and Jenni McDonnell, Knowledge Transfer Manager, Innovate UK KTN about the fund, eligibility criteria, how to apply and much more, enabling you to discover the support available to Greater Manchester businesses.
Phase 3 Spring 2024 funding provides capital investment in the form of a grant between £15,000 - £15 million and has key strands in ‘energy efficiency deployment’ and ‘decarbonisation deployment’ with key objectives which include reducing industrial energy demand so that less energy is used to perform the same tasks or produce the same results and reducing industrial emissions.
The Spring 2024 window closes on 26th April so don’t miss this important webinar and the chance to find out more.
The webinar will benefit organisations and professionals in sectors including, but not exclusive to:
Mining and quarrying companies
Recovery and recycling of materials companies
Controlled environment horticulture
Industrial laundries and textile renting facilities
Energy efficiency and decarbonisation technology providers
Find out more and register here.