Expression of Interest form for Public Sector Organisations

Please complete this form if you are interested in receiving support under the Low Carbon Dorset programme. We will use the information you supply to assess your eligibility and how we could help you.

Subsidy Control: The Low Carbon Dorset programme is provided through the UK Government Shared Prosperity Fund and must comply with the UK rules on aid. This form asks for some basic information about this, but we might need to seek further details from you.

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    Local authorityHousing AssociationTown/Parish CouncilHigher EducationGovernment Organisation/AgencyNHSOther (provide details)

    About the support you need

    Energy efficiency/savingBiomass technologyNew low carbon product/processRenewable Heat technologyRenewable Electricity technologyFinding out all viable low carbon optionsOther (please list)

    Subsidy Control

    Low Carbon Dorset is provided through the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF) and must comply with rules on Subsidy Control. It is your responsibility to understand the Subsidy Control implication of your application for your organisation. Please note that only one SPF grant is allowed per organisation. If we need more details following your expression of interest, we will let you know. Note that the following (among others) can be classed as subsidies/aid: Grants, loans, tax breaks, including enhanced capital allowances, and the use or sale of a state asset for free or at less than market price.

    If the free technical advice you receive from Low Carbon Dorset qualifies as Subsidy Control we estimate that your organisation will receive 15 hours of technical support from Low Carbon Dorset. This support will be free to you but has a value for Subsidy Control purposes of £870, delivered via the Minimum Financial Assistance route, which currently has a maximum threshold of £315,000 in any three-year period.

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    Low Carbon Dorset2 weeks ago
    Thank you to all the businesses and community groups that attended the launch of our new climate exhibition last week.

    Through a collection of photos, the ‘Our journey to net zero’ exhibition tells the stories of local organisations who, with the help of our Low Carbon Dorset programme, are cutting emissions and helping tackle climate change.

    The exhibition will be touring the county throughout the summer. To find out when and where you can see it, visit our website (link in comments 👇)
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    Low Carbon Dorset1 month ago
    Only 1 week to go until the 'Our Journey to Net Zero' exhibition launch event at Kingston Maurward College 🙌
    The event is free to attend for all Dorset based community groups and businesses. And will be a great opportunity to find out what others are doing to cut emissions and become more sustainable in Dorset.
    Our technical officers will also be on hand to give free advice on how you can reduce the carbon footprint of your organisation.
    Spaces are limited, so book your free place 👉

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    Low Carbon Dorset1 month ago
    And we're off... the Our Journey to Net Zero photo exhibition kicks off today at Durlston Country Park ahead of its official launch on Wed 22nd May 🙌

    The exhibition will be touring venues across Dorset this summer, showing some of the inspiring projects we've supported and the people behind them.

    If you're a Dorset based business or community group and haven't already signed up to attend our exhibition launch event next Wednesday, don't worry there's still time (link to register in comments 👇).

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