As the energy and water industries develop and change, a range of finance options are available for businesses planning to implement energy and water saving solutions.
We can provide finance options for both public and private sectors with the right financial package allowing organisations to move ahead with money-saving projects immediately when capital budgets are not always available.
- Energy and water savings are usually much higher than the finance repayments, which means that projects should be cash positive from day one.
- Improvements to working environments and additional savings from reduced maintenance further add to the bottom line.
Private Sector Financing
We can offer finance options to the private sector for energy and water saving projects through Shared Savings/Capital Free and the Carbon Trust Green Business Fund.
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