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ICS Cool Energy wins Carbon Trust accreditation

ICS Cool Energy wins Carbon Trust accreditation

ICS Cool Energy has been added to the Carbon Trust’s Green Business Directory as an accredited supplier. The Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier Scheme recognises energy efficient equipment and renewable technology suppliers. 

In order to achieve accreditation, suppliers must meet particular criteria set out by the trust in order to prove they are able to deliver appropriate energy efficient solutions consistently.

The accredited supplier status will also benefit ICS Cool Energy’s customers that will be able to apply for the Carbon Trust’s Green Business Fund Capital Contribution Scheme.

This is a green energy grant designed to help small- and medium-sized companies in England, Wales, and Scotland to identify energy saving opportunities and install energy efficient equipment.

For a limited period on a first come, first served basis, customers with compliant projects are able to receive a 30% financial contribution of up to £10,000 towards selected energy saving equipment, now including all ranges from ICS Cool Energy.

Contact ICS Cool Energy for more information. www.icscoolenergy.com

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