Switching to LED Lighting does require an initial investment. However, there are a lot of different funding options that you can look at to help assist the switch. The payback on LED can be less than a year, but funding can help.
We’ve listed many of these options on this page, but our team are highly trained in helping you to go through all of your funding options.
Book in your free site survey to find out what the best funding options are for you.
An easy-access £10,000 grant (when available).
If you’re based in Kent or East Sussex, you could be eligible for a Low Carbon Across the South East (LoCASE) grant, which is an EU funded project offering grants to help businesses tackle and adapt to climate change. Businesses can qualify for 40% of the cost, on up to £10,000, for carbon reducing projects. This includes LED lighting upgrades.
100% interest-free capital for the public sector
Salix offers 100% interest-free capital for public sector organisations across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to reduce their energy costs. This funding opportunity enables the installation of modern, energy efficient technologies and replacing dated, inefficient technologies, including LED Lighting.
Primary Asset Finance
Helping private businesses to spread the costs
Primary Asset Finance provides the finance to allow businesses to spread the cost of low carbon upgrades to their premises. This way, there’s no need for a large upfront investment or lengthy payback period. The finance can cover any low carbon upgrades, including LED Lighting and UV-C Disinfection Lighting.
Less is More
Funding for schools investing in energy and money saving technology
A new and innovative concept which provides minimum cost funding for schools to invest in energy and money saving technology projects.