Energy Efficiency Financing
Investment in energy efficiency equipment makes sound business sense but many modern businesses find it difficult to raise the captial needed for the installation of such equipment. This is why Siemens Financial Services in partnership with the Carbon Trust has announced a £550 million fund for businesses wanting to install energy saving equipment. The scheme is designed so that the payments are offset against the anticipated energy savings, meaning the equipment should pay for itself.
Unlike other finance schemes the Energy Efficinecy Financing fund has a fast and simple system where the majority of applications are processed wiithin 24 hours, so you can start saving as soon as possible. A minimum of just £1000 can be borrowed over 1 - 7 years. As all of our energy saving equipment will pay for itself within this period, we are confident that any solution we recomend will be well within the eligibility to access this funding.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this low interest financing, we can support you to access this as part of our service. As we are a reconised supplier to the Carbon Trust, we are can do all the necessary paperwork on your behalf so you dont have too.
For more information on the Energy Efficiency Financing, please visit http://energyefficiencyfinance.co.uk
Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) have been introduced by the government as part of their commitment to tackle climate change. It provides businesses with enhanced tax relief when they invest in equipment that shows energy savings. The scheme provides businesses with 100% first year tax relief on their qualifying capital expenditure which allows businesses to write off the whole cost of the equipment against taxable profits in the year of purchase.
Intel-e can help you identify which low energy technologies are eligible for the scheme, providing you with a cash flow boost as an incentive to invest in energy efficiency equipment.
For more information on the scheme and technologies eligible click here http://www.eca.gov.uk/etl/default.htm
For more information on any of the schemes above and any additional funding that might be available, please call us or email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your project.