North East & Yorkshire Funding: Energy Project Enabling Fund

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The Energy Project Enabling Fund is providing capital grants to a range of organisations across the North East and Yorkshire (NEY). 
The fund has £400,000 to support capital projects across NEY's Net Zero Hub’s geography focusing on the delivery of energy projects. The NEY Net Zero Hub geography covers the North East, Tees Valley, York and North Yorkshire, Hull and East Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, and South Yorkshire.

Grants of between £10,000 and £50,000 are available to eligible public sector organisations including the NHS, community groups, charities and businesses, wanting to deliver local energy projects for communal or public benefit. This funding has been provided by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) as part of their commitment to the Local Net Zero Hubs and has been allocated by the NEY Net Zero Hub to facilitate the delivery of local energy projects in the North East and Yorkshire region.

All successful projects must be completed, and funding drawn down, by the end of March 2023. Funding may be secured to deliver discrete phases of a project. Project sponsors are recommended to phase larger projects to ensure delivery can be achieved within the required timescale.

Successful projects will be expected to include match funding of a minimum of 30% of the overall project value, and applicants will be required to provide a statement of UK Subsidy Control compliance from a reputable source to support their application. Grants will be paid in arrears at the approved intervention rate against evidenced spend.

The Energy Project Enabling Fund is open for applications from 4th July 2022 until 19th August 2022. The funder is running briefing webinars - to book onto one of these or find out more details about this fund please see 

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