In the UK we are embracing community energy projects, but Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) are often left behind. These companies could benefit greatly from upgrading energy systems, but can lack the time or resources to take action. Our new approach will boost uptake of energy efficiency measures by SMEs.
Our project, ESCO-in-a-box, aims to demonstrate that a community-based organisation can deliver energy efficiency services to SMEs when equipped with the right toolkit: standardised project development processes, vetted technology partners and contractors, guaranteed savings and suitable finance.
Get in touch
We would like to hear from SMEs based in Oxfordshire (or with operations in the region) with ideas for energy efficiency projects. If this sounds like you and you’d like to know more, please contact us here.
If you are a contractor or energy saving solution provider who would like to make energy efficiency part of your offer (provided you are able to serve clients in Oxfordshire), please get in touch here.
Community energy groups, local authorities, energy services organisations or contractors - in any other part of the UK - that would like to learn more about the ESCO-in-a-box business model, please sign up for updates here.
The development of the ESCO-in-a-box business model is funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) via the Boosting Access for SMEs to Energy Efficiency (BASEE) competition. For latest Gov.uk BASEE news please click here.
25th March 2020: Energyst Eight Firms get funding to crack SME energy efficiency
27th March 2020: Oxford Mail Oxford Low Carbon Hub's new scheme to help small businesses
21st April 2020: AECB Webinar 'ESCO-in-a-box' with Steven Fawkes