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Net Zero West Northants - Accelerate your transition to Net Zero

Net Zero West Northants is a program specifically tailored to help small and medium sized businesses in West Northants make the transition to Net Zero.

Why apply?

How It Works

  1. Complete a quick expression of interest form.
  2. Book a 30-minute meeting with a Net Zero Adviser.
  3. Receive a tailored plan to reduce your carbon footprint.
  4. Apply for grants to fund projects like LED lighting, solar panels, and more.
  5. Join workshops and events to connect with other businesses.

Grants Available

Once you have completed your carbon footprint you could be eligible to apply for a grant of between £1,000 to £20,000*. Grants are match-funded and will initially cover 50% of project costs.

Examples of projects that can be funded include

*Grant amount is subject to panel decision. Eligible projects will be invited to complete a full application. Projects must be approved before spending, with all expenses claimed by February 28, 2025.

Register your interest with our quick form

Accessing Net Zero West Northants support couldn’t be easier. You will need to submit an expression of interest and a member of the Net Zero team will be in touch.

Get started here.

Do you need any help?

Contact the Net Zero Advisers at Ngage Solutions to talk through potential projects, the application process, and any questions you may have. Email

West Northamptonshire Council has appointed Ngage Solutions to deliver support to local businesses to develop and implement their plans towards net zero. This support is part-funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.