Business against Poverty is a Business Enterprise that drives profitable, ethical and sustainable growth for the benefit of its members and society. Its funds drive the humanitarian work of the charity People against Poverty.
The Hydrogen Hub is an industry-led community of stakeholders from across the hydrogen and fuel cell supply chain, Government, local authorities, businesses and current and potential users. The Hydrogen Hub establishes communities or “Hubs” of stakeholders who work together to drive investment in hydrogen and fuel cell technology on a local and national scale. Local Hydrogen Hubs bring together industry, local businesses, local stakeholders and local authorities to develop and deploy hydrogen and fuel cell projects in a way which meets the energy and transportation needs of the local community.
An energy efficiency support programme delivered by The Carbon Trust START2ACT is aimed at young SME businesses.
Rural England is a Community Interest Company, which is managed by its team of Directors and whose work programme and outputs are shaped by a Stakeholder Group. This structure is designed to ensure that it operates independently of any-one interested party. Rural England exists to bring together rural networks and stakeholders, to improve the rural evidence base, and to help disseminate and debate the findings. It does this in response to a widely perceived deterioration in the rural evidence base, which should not be allowed to happen unchecked
Confidential advice and support on environmental issues for all UK businesses.