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Sustainable energy company receive grant that can help ‘future proof’ production demands Magazine

Lincolnshire based renewable power company Myenergi were recently awarded a grant towards a product purchase that will the crooks to bring their entire operation in-house and increase product capacity.

Myenergi produce renewable consumer goods like electric car charger – branded ‘Zappi’- as well as an electric water home heating system – branded ‘Eddi’, both which harness electricity from solar power panels and wind turbines.

Demand for your products has expanded using a global scale plus the business wishes to further their success by producing new eco-friendly products and expanding their range of products.

Director Lee Sutton and Business Development Manager Jordan Brompton led viewers funding campaign to produce Myenergi in July 2016, after discovering a shared passion towards electrical power. With over 10 years’ knowledge of the renewable industry, Lee was keen to start a home based business venture designing and marketing his or her own products research Jordan’s keen eye for online business offerings and keenness for your industry, they made a fantastic team.

Jordan’s business adviser encouraged her to type in touching the Grants4Growth team to investigate about funding towards a automated wave-soldering machine that would let them bring production processes in-house. 3 weeks after submitting their application to Grants4Growth, Myenergi were awarded a grant of

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