Lancashire Business View Recommends MaCaW

//Lancashire Business View Recommends MaCaW

Looking to reduce your carbon footprint + energy bills?

We were lucky enough to get a shout out on the LBV Recommends Email in April 2019 following our work with the LBV Team!

Below is what they had to say about the Making Carbon Work (MaCaW) Project.

Looking to reduce your carbon footprint + energy bills? MaCaW can help!

The University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLan’s) Making Carbon Work (MaCaW) project helps the county’s SMEs exploit opportunities to improve their energy performance, while identifying areas where carbon-reducing technology can be installed.

The simple process involves carbon baseline analysis, site visits and energy audits, along with the creation and implementation of an integrated low-carbon action plan.

Up to £8,000 in match funding is also available to buy equipment, which helps businesses to reduce their carbon footprint.

Preston-based Electropak is one company looking forward to a greener, lower-cost future thanks to MaCaW. Working with the team’s expert advisers, the engineering business identified ways to reduce its carbon footprint as well its energy bills and is now in the process of applying for grant funding to install carbon-saving measures.

An industry and academic collaboration, MaCaW is funded by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and supported by Boost – Lancashire’s business growth hub.

Make sure you take advantage of this FREE support while it’s available.

For help reducing your carbon footprint email MaCaW
or call 01772 893963.

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June 6th, 2019|0 Comments

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Electropak benefits from MaCaW

June 6th, 2019|0 Comments

Engineering a low-carbon solution Lancashire engineering business Electropak is benefiting from a greener, lower-cost future thanks to our work through the Making Carbon Work (MaCaW) project. Preston-based Electropak worked with MaCaW’s expert [...]