Past Projects

“Thank you very much for your support throughout this project, the lighting has made a great difference and we will also be saving money  on our bills, so its win, win!”
Linda Baker, Westways Vending, Hailsham

PAST PROJECTS:

UTILISE

 

From 2010 until 2011, the UTILISE programme (not to be confused with our current Utilise Plus programme) offered a range of energy saving services to organisations throughout Sussex.

The programme consisted of a number of practical workshops helping businesses to decode their utility bills. Workshops focussed on energy, water, waste and environmental management, and were free to attend for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) thanks to European funding through the Low Carbon Essentials project.

In addition to these workshops, organisations could apply for Display Energy Certificates and Action Grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 to implement energy and CO2 saving actions.

Over 300 businesses attended – visit our case studies page for a selection of their achievements.

Supporting Local Growth 2019

Our Utilise Plus Energy Efficiency Programme was chosen to feature alongside many other great low-carbon projects in the ‘Clean Growth’ section of the ‘Supporting Local Growth 2019’ report produced by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG). The document is a great summary of exciting projects that have been delivered with ERDF funding. […]
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Utilise Plus Case Study: Park Cameras

Based in Burgess Hill, Park Cameras sells photography equipment, as well as offering printing services and photography courses. In early 2019, Park Cameras received a Utilise Plus grant from the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC to install energy-saving LED lights. This followed a fully-funded Utilise Plus energy audit they received in late 2018. Funded by the […]
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