BSRIA is urging members to register for a slice of £20 million investment available in the Government Innovation funding for the Built Environment aka Investing in Low Carbon Heating Technology Innovation recently launched by the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Innovative technologies, processes and business models are eligible for support and projects can receive between £200,000 to £2 million. Funding competitions can be found: innovations in the built environment. Registration is required by Tuesday 12th December and applications must be submitted by Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
Tassos Kougionis, principal consultant – residential, at BSRIA’s Sustainable Construction Group, said: “BSRIA recognises the importance of such initiatives and is keen to see this excellent opportunity brought to the attention of members and the wider industry. Innovation, in terms of both technological and services advancements, will support our transition into a sustainable and healthier built environment. In order to achieve that – our existing buildings need to improve, adapt and become more efficient. The Low Carbon Heating Technology Innovation Fund focuses on innovation for low carbon heating systems and services for existing buildings. BSRIA would like to urge members to consider this unique opportunity, which can not only benefit your business but also influence the way forward.”