Let us Design, supply and install your next LED lighting system for your business. We have demonstrated energy savings of 75%, payback periods as little as 18 months and all with improved, low maintenance illumination.
Grants are also available towards your scheme, to make it even more financially viable, details as follows:
Low Carbon Workspaces Project:
The aim of the Low Carbon Workspaces project is to reduce the amount of money that businesses have to spend on energy and to help them reduce their environmental impacts.
We can help to fund all sorts of improvements – from LED lighting, glazing, loft and cavity wall insulation and new efficient gas boilers (or combinations of different technologies).
There are several requirements that organisations must meet to be eligible for the grant;
• Must be based in the South East of England - Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Hampshire and Isle of Wight, Kent and Medway, Oxfordshire, Surrey or Sussex
• Must have been trading for at least a year
• Cannot be part of a franchise
• Retail, education (including nurseries), primary healthcare (including care homes) and farming businesses are excluded
• Need to own the building or have a long term lease agreement in place
• Need to employ fewer that 250 people and have an annual turnover of under €50 million
• Minimum project value must be £2,600
· We offer a match funded grant of up to £5,000; to claim the full £5,000 grant, the total project spend must be £13,000 or more.
· The minimum grant we can award is £1,000 - meaning a total project spend of £2,600 would be required
· Applicants can visit the website and use the “what could you claim?” button to see the value of the funding available. http://www.lowcarbonworkspaces.co.uk/
Replacing all of your inefficient lighting with LED is also ECA approved:
Enhanced Capital Allowances
Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) are a 100% tax relief to encourage investment in certain qualifying energy and water saving technologies. ECAs were introduced in 2001 as part of the Government’s response to the Kyoto Protocol.
ECAs are available on new build expenditure, refurbishment work and even purchases; in all cases the plant must be new and unused.
Taxpayers who can benefit from ECAs include companies, individuals and partnerships in any of the categories listed below:
Constructing buildings to hold as investments
Constructing or renovating buildings for their own use
Fitting out leased property for their own use
Buying an unused building from a developer
Non-resident landlords can also claim ECAs.
ECAs are an important and expanding fiscal incentive that simply cannot be ignored when considering investment in commercial property.
JONATHAN JONES ELECTRICAL SERVICES
Unit 20, Solent Business Centre,
Millbrook Road West,