Companies in Yorkshire and Humberside with low-carbon ideas have been given a second chance to apply for investment from not-for-profit company CO2Sense.
They have until 30 September to apply for investment from CO2Sense, which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
CO2Sense chief executive Joanne Pollard said: “We want to help more businesses take advantage of the opportunities in this sector. CO2Sense has already invested around £1m and is now looking to invest in more innovative new ways to help reduce CO2.”
West Yorkshire-based Crompton Mouldings, which makes panels from recycled plastic for erecting temporary buildings, received £40,000 to increase the production capacity of its plant.
Commercial manager Tony Douglas said: “The investment from CO2Sense has enabled us to commercialise our production line in order to meet significant customer demand.”
Investment from CO2Sense is repaid once projects are generating an income. It is then reinvested in further low-carbon projects.
Anyone interested should contact Jan Phillips on 0113 237 8416 or firstname.lastname@example.org