Grants and Finance
With an inhouse team which specialises in assessing and writing grant bids for public sector clients alongside funding structures for the private sector, we are aware of all grants and support available for low carbon projects.
The inhouse team are experts in understanding how to accurately assess projects and write successful bids.
The Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS Grant) is now the key mechanism for public sector heat decarbonisation and low carbon technologies in England. CorEnergy supported 16 organisations in healthcare, local government and education in preparing PSDS grant bids, of which 15 were successful with a combined value over £21m+.
Our support is flexible and covers identifying potential projects and undertaking project feasibility to determine the most appropriate and likely successful approach towards securing grant funding. Depending on the project type, these services can be offered without cost on the basis CorEnergy is guaranteed the opportunity to tender for the project delivery stage if successful. Clients require a consultant with a successful track record and understanding of all stages of designing and delivering turnkey projects, to help identify opportunities which are likely to be successful.
In addition to grant funding, CorEnergy has a range of funding structures for all types of organisations, including:
- Grants (including PSDS Grants)
- DfE approved, compliant structures for schools, academies, and higher education.
- Power Purchase Agreements
- Energy share and novel structures.
- Light as a Service
- Heating as a Service
- Renewable energy generation as service
- Salix Loans (Wales and Scotland)
Please talk to the inhouse specialist project finance team to discuss your requirements and the most appropriate solution for your organisation.
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We can help identify suitable projects, undertake feasibility assessments, and build an investment case to help your organisation transition to net zero carbon. Please contact our team to discuss your requirements.