Enerpower is the industry leader in energy efficiency and renewable technologies, and can help you make considerable cost savings.
Republic of Ireland Grants
Please follow the link below for more information on SEAI grants
The ACA is a tax incentive for companies paying corporation tax and aims to encourage investment in energy efficient equipment. The ACA offers an attractive incentive whereby it allows companies to write off 100% of the purchase value of qualifying energy efficient equipment against their profit in the year of purchase.
For more information on how to apply, visit SEAI
Any entrepreneurs or community groups interested in establishing a business or a service in a rural area should approach their local LEADER group (LAG). Funding can be secured up to €500,000 for community groups and €150,000 for any private promoter with eligible Farm based projects being in a position to apply for up to €200,000.
Visit LEADER program for more information
Enerpower can help you make significant cost savings by reducing your energy costs by up to 50%.
Enerpower are fully experienced with the grant application process for many SEAI grants that are available for solar panels and biomass heating. A number of grants that are currently open and are listed below, but please contact a member of the Enerpower team in order to ensure that you choose the right grant for your upcoming project.
By installing a solar array you are guaranteeing huge electricity savings and ensuring that your business improves its Building Energy Rating (BER). And by installing Biomass Heating, you will reduce your energy costs by up to 50% and ensure that your business meets new building regulations “L”.
However, you may also be eligible for further savings through one of the many grants available to assist the installation of renewable energy to business across Ireland.
Northern Ireland Grants
The Carbon Trust
The Carbon Trust is a world-leading organisation helping businesses, governments and the public sector to accelerate the move to a low-carbon economy through carbon reduction, energy-saving strategies and commercialising low-carbon technologies.
As well as offering the full range of Carbon Trust services, they also provide interest-free loans to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Northern Ireland, investing in energy-saving projects, supported by Invest Northern Ireland. Since 2003, they have provided nearly £20million in interest-free loans to hundreds of businesses, enabling them to reduce their lifetime energy expenditure by more than £83million. Carbon Trust Link: Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Premium Payment scheme (NIRHPP)
United Kingdom Grants
Renewable Heat Incentive
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a UK Government scheme that provides financial support to non-domestic renewable heat generators and producers of biomethane.
The second phase of this project will include domestic installations. A number of technologies are included on this scheme including: biomass boilers, CHP biomass boilers, solar thermal etc. The RHI provides a continuous income stream for twenty years to any organisation that installs an eligible renewable heating system, ensuring that renewable heat is commercially attractive when compared to fossil fuel alternatives. The RHI is important because it will help increase significantly the level of renewable heat produced in the UK, which is key to the UK meeting its renewable energy targets, reducing carbon emissions, ensuring energy security and helping to build a low carbon economy. The RHI will accelerate deployment by providing a financial incentive to generate heat from renewables instead of fossil fuels.
Currently the renewable heat incentive is only available in England, Scotland and Wales.
Feed in Tariff – Electricity
The Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) scheme was introduced on 1 April 2010. Through the use of FITs, DECC hopes to encourage deployment of additional small-scale (less than 5MW) low-carbon electricity generation, particularly by organisations, businesses, communities and individuals that have not traditionally engaged in the electricity market.
This will allow many people to invest in small-scale low-carbon electricity, in return for a guaranteed payment from an electricity supplier of their choice for the electricity they generate and use as well as a guaranteed payment for unused surplus electricity they export back to the grid. Feed in Tariff