Attention community groups in Northern Ireland!
Surge Renewables is here to help you make the most of the exciting grants available for energy efficiency projects.
Solar Panel & Heat Pump Grants in Northern Ireland 2024-2025
Thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund’s £5 million Sustainable Community Buildings programme, your voluntary or community organisation could receive grants of up to £50,000 to enhance your facilities and reduce your energy bills.
These grants can be used for a variety of improvements, including installing solar panels, upgrading insulation, and implementing heat pumps. By making these changes, you can enjoy significant savings on your energy costs, allowing you to allocate more resources to your core activities and services.
Kate Beggs, the Community Fund’s NI director, emphasises that this initiative is part of a broader strategy to support communities in becoming environmentally sustainable and raising awareness of environmental challenges.
Surge Renewables is committed to helping you navigate this process smoothly and effectively from start to finish.
When you partner with Surge Renewables, you’ll receive personalised support every step of the way and we can help you maximise your grant and community funding.
Many groups, like Cancer Lifeline highlighted in the BBC story, have already benefited from similar initiatives. By embracing sustainable practices such as installing solar panels, Cancer Lifeline was able to save £1,000 a year, which directly supported their vital support services!
The new funding programme will be opening soon, with the first tranche of council areas being able to apply between February 7th and March 20th 2024.
For more information, including the relevant application dates in your area, feel free to contact the team.
Contact Surge Renewables today to learn more about how we can support your energy efficiency project and help you secure the funding you need.