Investing in energy efficiency or generation can make sound business sense. Investment plans are often limited by tight budget and the capital available. Competing priorities can mean opportunities are squandered.
Accessing finance can be time-consuming and complicated but waiting for internal investment to be available can mean sustainability ambitions get endlessly delayed.
Money is available. Don’t miss out.
Sometimes the money just isn’t available. It’s time to look elsewhere but you need to know where to look, what’s available and how to access.
Energy funding can be in the form of grants, loans, subsidies, private finance, crowdsourcing, and community share-schemes among others. What’s on offer to you will depend on your legal structure and the projects you want to fund.
Get access to wider funding opportunities
If there’s funding available to you – we’ll help you get it.
We’ll walk you through available funding opportunities, support you to evaluate options, and maximise your chance of success.
We have direct contacts at many funding providers making the introductions easy.
Our investment team will help you build a strong business case and ensure you get the best deal.
We’ve helped several hundred organisations to access appropriate funding. Whether you’re an SME, government department, local authority, housing association, private landowner or larger business, talk to us.
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Alan Sweeting, Global Health, Safety and Environment Senior Manager, Allen & Overy LLP
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Gijs Voskuilen, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Bunzl
Avieco has been the preferred environmental consultant since the beginning of our journey to become a sustainable company. Dentsu Aegis has worked with Avieco’s experts on various areas, such as carbon footprint reporting and assurance support, and recently also advised us how to switch our global network to renewable electricity. The team’s expertise on environmental sustainability is impressive, and the work delivered is always of highest standard.
Lars Holm, Global Senior Manager CSR, Dentsu Aegis Network
Avieco informatively led us through the processes needed to reduce our carbon footprint. With their clear and concise advice we have been able to effectively reduce our energy and waste levels. Avieco made the complex notion of energy efficiency into a manageable and achievable reality
Nigel Pink, Group Engineering Manager, Dominos UK & Ireland Ltd
Avieco delivered exactly the workshop we needed to get our sustainability team and regional leads on the same page when it comes to ‘market-based’ reporting. It’s a challenging area to tackle for a global business – particularly when we operate in a number of markets where there is little or no choice in terms of energy purchasing. Avieco has given us the knowledge and tools to ensure we get our disclosures right – they really exceeded my expectations for what we could achieve in one afternoon!
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We get that change is not easy. But we must be brave, challenge old ways, set new habits, embrace new thinking.
we get it.