Textiles

A move towards energy efficiency will help textiles firms improve their energy efficiency - increasing productivity and enhancing international competitiveness.

Technologies

Find energy efficiency advice that’s relevant to the technologies and equipment you use:

  • Compressed air
  • Electric motors
  • Pumps and fans
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
  • Insulation
  • Lighting
  • Office equipment
  • Renewable energy

Develop an energy plan

An energy management programme will help your organisation to get the most benefit from energy efficiency opportunities. Having an energy programme encourages your organisation to continue to use energy wisely and to make energy efficient thinking a part of your culture

 Develop an energy plan

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Funding and support

Technology demonstration projects

If you’re looking to invest in energy saving technology that could also benefit your sector, we can help fund the cost to demonstrate its potential Technology demonstration support.

EECA support for large energy users

For businesses spending more than $2 million per year on energy, or those with the ability to influence energy use across a sector, committing to a long-term plan is one of the most effective ways to make energy efficiency savings.

Industrial systems design advice


An expert review of planned changes to your industrial heating or cooling system can save on energy and costs.

Industrial systems design reviews

Industrial energy audits

If you want your business to make better use of energy, our energy audit is an invaluable tool. Industrial Energy audit support may be available to help identify energy-saving opportunities for electric motor systems (pumps and fans), compressed air, process heat and refrigeration.

Industrial energy audits

Feasibility studies

We offer grants to help businesses find out the costs and technical aspects of an energy efficiency or renewable energy project before deciding whether to go ahead or not.

Feasibility studies