Support to help your business achieve net zero carbon emissions and prepare for the impacts of climate change.

Becoming more sustainable can help your businesses to reduce its environmental impact, save money and achieve net zero emissions.

Sustainable strategies can also help your business adapt to the effects of climate change. Ensuring you're prepared for extreme temperatures, flood risks and supply chain disruption. Yet, getting started on this journey can be daunting, which is why our team is here to help.

How can we help your business?

Our team of experts provide audits, consultancy and access to funding that can help your business to:

  • Measure its carbon footprint and develop a plan to achieve net zero emissions.
  • Reduce costs by implementing waste, water and energy reduction strategies.
  • Invest in energy saving equipment, like LED lighting or a more efficient boiler.
  • Invest in renewable energy, like solar PV.
  • Make workplace adaptations to deal with extreme temperatures.
  • Implement flood resilience measures.
  • Adopt a circular economy model to reduce and repurpose waste.
  • Comply with new climate legislation and legal requirements.
  • Enhance its reputation and attract sustainable-minded customers and employees
  • Provide training and support to create green jobs for young people.

Which businesses are eligible? 

If you run a small to medium sized business based in West Yorkshire, we may be able to help you.

See how we've helped other businesses:

  1. Abraham Moon

    Guiseley-based fabric manufacturer, Abraham Moon, are forecast save over £10,000 per year on energy bills with support from the Combined Authority.

    Read more about Abraham Moon
  2. Excellent Relax

    Batley-based bed manufacturer, Excellent Relax, to save over £17,000 per year on bills and cut carbon emissions after switching to energy efficient equipment.

    Read more about Excellent Relax
  3. Dempsey Dyer

    Pontefract-based manufacturer, Dempsey Dyer, to save over £26,000 per year on energy bills and reduce carbon emissions following support from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

    Read more about Dempsey Dyer