Energy saving projects receive £28 million boost from BEIS
The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has recently committed £28 million for energy innovation projects in order to help bring down energy costs, a news report has revealed.
The funding covers a series of energy innovation projects and will be invested in smart systems, industrial energy reduction and offshore wind. This forms part of the government’s commitment to double support for energy innovation, up to £400 million per year in 2021.
Up to £9 million will be spent on a competition to reduce the cost of energy storage, including electricity, thermal, and power-to-gas storage and up to £600,000 for feasibility studies for projects that can store energy on a large scale, for use when it’s needed.
To reduce the cost of energy for industry, the government will also invest around £9 million in a competition for ‘industrial energy efficiency accelerator’. The competition would help to find new ways of improving the energy efficiency of UK industry, helping to develop industry-specific options for a low carbon future.
Minister of State for Climate Change and Industry Nick Hurd, commented: “Innovation in energy will play an important role to shape our low carbon future to rebuild an outdated energy system. That’s why we’ve increased our financial support, helping to create jobs and opportunities for people across the UK. Our Industrial Strategy green paper seeks views on how we can support these emerging technologies, ensuring we drive growth and develop international partnerships across our world leading research, science and innovation sector.”
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