Crowberry Consulting Becomes Associate Consultant to Future Energy Programme

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Crowberry Consulting Ltda WEConnect International certified women's business enterprise, has recently become an associate consultant to the Liverpool City Region Future Energy programme – which is run by Inventya and Liverpool John Moore’s University with funding from the EU.

The LCR Future Energy programme is a £3.7 million project funded by the EU to provide flexible support to SMEs in the renewable energy supply chain.

Globally sales in the renewable energy supply chain exceed £1.68 trillion and are forecast to grow by 47% to 2021/222. The supply chain is vast and multi-tiered and can include developers, designers, engineering companies, technology providers etc.

Crowberry Consulting as an approved associate consultant can apply for grants of up to £7,500 towards our consultancy costs (equivalent to 30% project fee) to fund the cost of external expertise to help SMEs to develop products, systems and processes required by the market, for example the implementation of ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management Standard, Energy Audits, Energy Gap Analysis and review of processes.

Becky Toal, Managing Director of Crowberry Consulting said:

“We are very happy to be able to offer this funded support to SME’s in the Liverpool City Region who may be about to work or are currently working the renewable energy supply chain. Energy management standards such as ISO 50001 will support the development of the low carbon economy and drive a sustainable future for all. We look forward to working with eligible companies on this project.”

To be eligible for this support the customer has to be a SME, be located in the Liverpool City Region, be currently operating within the renewable energy supply chain, or require support to enter the renewable energy supply chain. For further details please call 01257 231171.


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