UK government has £8.8 million to help small businesses with energyStaff Writer | January 2, 2018
The UK's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has up to £8.8 million to invest in new ideas for products and services that use smart meter data to reduce energy demand in small, non-domestic buildings.
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BEIS research suggests that data from smart meters could be used to encourage organisations to take action and reduce their energy use if they get the right prompts.
This competition is looking for projects that develop software tools from smart meter data that are then used to encourage organisations to save energy.
Funding for the competition is under SBRI (Small Business Research Initiative). ■