Supporting Fylde Businesses to Net Zero

Current climate change issues should not only be the catalyst for rethinking how we do business in the future, but to ensure there is a tomorrow to do business in.

From sustainable finance to operational resilience, Fylde Council, with funding allocated from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, has teamed up with the Chamber Low Carbon Programme and ideas to help you on your journey to net zero.

1 – 1 Business Support

  • Reducing energy bills and raw material waste
  • Energy efficiency (including electric and gas bills)
  • Process resource efficiency
  • Water efficiency (including water bills)
  • Waste/resource management
  • On-site energy audit by a specialist – FOC!
  • Creating an action plan

Best Practice Events

  • Understanding which low-carbon renewable energy to choose and why
  • Low carbon technology, how you can use it and what’s best for your business
  • Calculate payback periods of implementation
  • How to install new technology on your premises
  • Impact on your business features and benefits

Advanced Support

  • Innovation support for inventors, designers
  • Procurement and supply chain expectation
  • Construction considerations
  • Collaboration and contact introductions
  • ISO 14001 and 15001 certification support
  • Networking opportunities
  • Roll out change support and staff training

Chamber Green Rose Programme

  • 6 specialist led workshops with a likeminded peer group
  • Reduce costs on consultancy fees
  • Help with supply chain pressure
  • Access new customers requiring environmental credentials
  • ISO, BS and EMAS preparation
  • Funding sourcing
  • How to promote your commitment to achieving net zero by completing this course