Low Carbon SMEs Workshops & Events

Our series of masterclass workshops aim to boost productivity and profitability by enabling carbon-conscious SMEs to acquire new skills, resources and knowledge. These sessions are designed to deliver tangible impacts by improving participants’ knowledge of carbon reduction and building awareness of new techniques, technologies and innovations.

Each workshop is delivered by experts, usually from our own specialist academic team – each of whom has accumulated a wealth of industry experience. Practical advice and guidance is coupled with real world experience for maximum learning outcomes.

Grants up to £6,000 available to help your business invest in energy efficient equipment

Join our free online webinar and begin your Grant application right away! Open to Small & Medium Sized Enterprises in Greater Birmingham & Solihull.


  • Grant Eligibility
  • Case Studies/Examples
  • Grant application process
  • Q&A


Please note:

  • Eligible SMEs should be trading with other businesses (B2B) rather than directly with consumers (B2C).
  • Grants pay up to 50% of the costs. Maximum grant award of £6,0000. Minimum project spend of £2,000.
  • Value of grant awarded will be based on the cost (£) per tonne of carbon saved.
  • Businesses who have previously received a Low Carbon SMEs grant will not be able to currently reapply
08-03-2022 Low Carbon SMEs Grants Webinar Register

Across the three bite-sized webinars, Low Carbon SME spoke to Bryt Energy for tips and insights into managing business electricity.

You can watch the webinars by clicking on the links below:

Webinar 1: Explained what do the charges on the invoice mean?
Webinar 2: Explored how to maximise the benefits from half hourly data
Webinar 3 : Find out more about Renewable Energy

Black Country Launch

We are delighted to announce that our free low carbon advice and grant support programme is now available to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Black Country. Eligible businesses can receive dedicated one-to-one support from energy experts and world-class academics to reduce their carbon footprint, and develop a holistic approach to energy efficiency that will lead you to higher productivity and increased net profit. Companies will be given the opportunity to apply for grant funding to cover 50% of the capital costs of replacing old and energy inefficient equipment.