Grow a greener business today with funding from £1k-£100k

Thursday 4 February 2016

Apply for an interest free, unsecured loan for business now.

The Scottish Government's Resource Efficient Scotland SME Loans Scheme provides your business with a great opportunity to access financial support to help you cut operating costs and increase your competitiveness.

The Scheme can help to fund the installation of a range of carbon reducing measures, such as;

• Upgrading to energy efficient lighting
• Installing a biomass boiler or other renewable technologies such as solar PV to generate cheap, green electricity from sunlight
• Improving heating by upgrading heating systems or introducing better insulation or glazing

Need to know more about eligibility, FAQs and testimonials from other businesses? Click here.  

“The Aros Centre took advantage of the Resource Efficient Scotland SME loan in 2014 specifically for the installation of a bio-mass system which heats the building and produces our hot water.[…] Without the SME loan and RHI scheme we would not have been able to consider these changes but since installation we have been extremely happy with the outcome and consider this a step forward in developing our green credentials.” 

Donald MacDonald, Managing Director, Aros Centre, Portree, Isle of Skye

How do you apply for a Resource Efficient Scotland SME Loan?

Your loan application can be for a wide range of resource efficiency measures and must be recommended in a qualifying report. The report can be a Green Deal Advice Report (generated from a Green Deal assessment) or a report from Resource Efficient Scotland. 
Contact us to get your free qualifying report and fast track your loan application.

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“Resource Efficient Scotland helped me every step of the way: from application to completion of the loan. The process was easy, friendly and efficient.  Our new lighting was installed in November and our office environment was immediately improved… and our energy bill has reduced by 20% which means the lights are effectively paying for themselves.” Richard Lambert, Tax Assist Accountants