Event to help firms find cash for green projects
Published at 11:56, Tuesday, 08 January 2013
BUSINESSES with designs on going green could benefit from a special seminar.
Cumbria Rural Enterprise Agency’s CBEN team has organised a Green Money event to help companies find finance for green projects, due to take place on January 22.
A number of sessions aim to help businesses secure green funding to help their visions become reality.
Tom Rumsey, of CREA, said: “Although grant funding is much harder to find, there are various other ways of financing renewable energy and green projects.
“The Green Money event will run in afternoon and evening sessions on that day, aiming to give as many Cumbrian businesses as possible an opportunity to take part.
“Although grant funding is much harder to find, there are various other ways of financing renewable energy and green projects.”
Organisers say the event will give opportunities to green suppliers, advisers and funders to meet potential customers, businesses thinking of embracing green technology and businesses that provide green technologies.
For more information or to book a place, either as an exhibitor or participant, phone Tom Rumsey on 01768 891555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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