Innovation

A key aim of Low Carbon Dorset is to stimulate and demonstrate innovation here in Dorset.

Free support and grant funding is available to help Dorset businesses develop new products or processes which help reduce carbon emissions.

 Grants are available for up to £40k to help get these new low-carbon products or processes off the ground. 

 Activities this grant can fund include:

  • Proving concept
  • Research
  • Marketing

To be eligible for this support you must be a:

Legally constituted Small and Medium Sized Enterprise (SME), or new start-up located and operating within Dorset, Bournemouth or Poole.

Get in touch with the team for more information.

What’s on offer?

Click here to see what support is available to your organisation

Case studies

Click here to see how other people have lowered their carbon usage, or contribute your own project.

Apply

Click here to fill out an online form for more information and start the low-carbon ball rolling.

Latest Facebook Posts

Low Carbon Dorset
Low Carbon Dorset2 days ago
Excellent to see that investment in renewable energy is paying off 🌬️ Wind farms across the UK are now returning millions of pounds to customers, helping reduce soaring energy bills.

https://orlo.uk/wind-farms-returning-millions_fd7x8

Encouraging words from Dr Simon Cran-McGreehin, head of analysis at the Energy and Climate Change Intelligence Unit... "With the cost of wind energy falling even further over coming years, the UK will benefit to an even larger degree from having this secure source of energy."

Latest Tweets

2 days ago
Excellent to see that investment in renewable energy is paying off 🌬️
Wind farms across the UK are now returning millions of pounds to customers, helping reduce soaring energy bills...
https://t.co/QshnF1HAAG

Sign up for the Low Carbon Dorset newsletter

Sign up

Get in touch

County Hall, Colliton Park, Dorchester, DT1 1XJ
lowcarbondorset@dorsetcouncil.gov.uk

Photography on this site (c) DCC / Rosie Mathisen / Mark Heighes / Dave Penman / Andy Lyons / Gillian Thomas / Darren McCall

We are using cookies on our website

We use cookies to make the site simpler. By continuing to use this site and closing this message you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about cookies