Funding schemes available to support your decarbonisation efforts

  • 09/04/2024
  • Written by NOE CPC

As part of our #EstatesMatter theme, we are highlighting the many funding routes available to you to support your estates decarbonisation efforts.

There are two main funding schemes available to colleagues looking to decarbonise their estates, both of which are administered by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, administered by Salix:

Other schemes available include:

  • Heat Network Efficiency Scheme (HNES)​
  • Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU)​
  • Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF)​
  • Salix​
  • Community Municipal Bond ​
  • Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS)​
  • Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (LEVI)

NOE CPC Members have accessed a total of £254m in funding through the PSDS grant, across Phases 1, 2, 3a and 3b. Many NHS and public sector bodies are yet to submit applications for this crucial funding to help achieve the Net Zero target for the Estate by 2040. We recommend that colleagues review and share the available funding avenues, particularly the LCSF, in order to be ready to apply for the next wave of PSDS funding when it is announced.

These funds have been used for a variety of measures to date, including heat pumps, air conditioning, insulation, glazing improvements, solar panels, LEDs and energy management systems.

We can support you with your decarbonisation journey via our procurement solutions, via both the Consultancy framework and the next iteration of our Hard FM framework.

You can access the leading technical expertise in the field to coordinate successful applications to the PSDS via our Consultancy framework which may be supported by funding from the Low Carbon Skills Fund. They are also able to provide cost consultancy, project management, engineering and architectural input amongst the various other disciplines covered under the framework for the end to end delivery of Decarbonisation schemes.

For more information or to find out more about how NOE CPC can support you, please contact our Support Desk.

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