Our July Newsletter covers all the latest news, events and stats from Cornwall New Energy including: CNE hosted Jim McKenzie from Unity Power to present their new low carbon innovation CNE an...
What has been achieved?
We are an enthusiastic team of experts who are excited about the opportunity to work with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
What has been achieved over the course of this ERDF project throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Our June Newsletter covers all the latest news, events and stats from Cornwall New Energy including: Solar investment for Telegraph Museum PorthcurnoAdopting Solar PV Event How a Future Smart...
Our May Newsletter covers all the latest news, events and stats from Cornwall New Energy including: Community Power Cornwall solar investment for Telegraph Museum PorthcurnoA 650 mile journey i...
Our April Newsletter covers all the latest news, events and stats from Cornwall New Energy including:“How to” Guide for Electric Vehicle ChargingWestcountry Fruit Sales trial Electric VehiclesClima...
Potential carbon savings
Potential carbon savings from CNE consultancy
Achieved Carbon Savings
Achieved carbon savings from CNE consultancy
What are we offering?
The Cornwall New Energy project team supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the following sectors and groups to develop energy-related products, services and solutions.
Tourism and Leisure
We are supporting local enterprises which operate and manage hotels, holiday parks, B&B’s, holiday cottages and leisure attractions, as well as suppliers of consumables, services and products to the tourism and leisure sector, to use energy more smartly and to benefit from energy generation and storage.
Developers / Construction
We are engaging with the local industry to promote energy efficiency, reduce energy consumption and increase renewable energy generation in the entire construction supply and delivery chain.
We are helping innovators and entrepreneurs to develop, test, demonstrate and commercialise their new ideas in the fast growing energy and environmental market sectors. Whether you need support to develop an early stage idea, find early customers and projects to enable tests and demonstrations or just accelerate your market/commercial development, our project team can help.
We can provide you with specialist, tailored support as a start-up entering the low carbon and environmental sectors, helping you find customers, develop markets and test and demonstrate new products and services.
Heavy energy users
If you are a heavy energy user looking to cut energy costs, reduce risk and turn your energy use from a cost to a competitive advantage, we can help you develop and implement a complete energy strategy to reduce your energy consumption as well as generate, store, use and trade energy.
If you are an existing supplier, or planning to be, of low carbon/environmental products and services, we can help you with finding and bidding for local projects; finding and demonstrating new products and services; securing Supply Chain Accreditation and developing Environmental Management Plans to help you access new markets.
For community groups, we can work with you to identify new renewable energy projects and bring in expert support to help you progress existing projects.
Who are we?
PRP is a long-established design and construction consultancy practice that offers energy and carbon-related advisory services within its wider portfolio of services. Our experts have much experience of working with different organisations and enterprises to provide support in relation to energy reduction, supply, generation and storage to reduce energy use, operating costs and carbon footprints, as well as to potentially generate revenue.
Our Latest News
The planting of 175 native trees will represent the businesses supported in Cornwall & Isles of Scilly by the ERDF-funded CNE project, as part of the legacy of the successful energy-related scheme....
On Wednesday, Oct 2nd Cornwall New Energy delivered its final annual conference as part of a celebration of the project's achievements over the past two and a half years.The conference agenda was...
Cornwall Council’s Cabinet has given unanimous approval to the Council’s plan to tackle the climate emergency and help Cornwall cut its carbon footprint. The Cabinet backing comes after the Coun...
Cornwall New Energy and Toshiba are coming together on the 31st July to present a half day seminar on low carbon heating systems. The seminar will cover how to work heat pumps into design plans, h...
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The Cornwall New Energy project has received funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.
The Department for Communities and Local Government (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the Managing Authority for European Regional Development Fund. Established by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations.
For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding