Green Tech Research and Development Grants and Tax Relief
Thursday 13 May 2021 at 13:00
Are you eligible for tax relief for your research and development into green technologies?
Sustainable Footprints, together with their partners, R&D Tax North West and East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce will be delivering this webinar aimed at any business regardless of size or industry and will provide participants with an opportunity to ask questions and discuss any issues they may have on green tech R&D tax rebate.
Research and development expert, Nick Biden will be discussing:
Introduction to R&D Tax Relief;
Eligibility & rates of relief;
Recent changes and ongoing consultations;
Environmental expert, Miranda Barker will be discussing:
Funding and grants for R&D green tech.
Meet Our Speakers:
Nick is an experienced Chartered Mechanical Engineer, with over 28 years of engineering experience and technical knowledge within the renewable, water, power, process and nuclear industries. Working in the both the UK and abroad, he has covered project management, consultancy, design, specification, construction and commissioning.
More recently Nick has, for over 13 years, been supporting companies that are eligible to claim R&D Tax Relief for their qualifying research and development activities. To date he has helped businesses to identify over £250m of eligible R&D activity, worth around £23m in tax relief, claiming under both the Large Company (now RDEC) and SME regimes.
Nick offers a unique blend of engineering expertise combined with detailed knowledge of the R&D Tax Credits regime. His technical experience gives him an intuitive ability to understand a project and to relate to almost any technological challenge.
Find out more about tax relief for green tech research and development by clicking here.
Miranda Barker has been an environmental consultant for 26 years; working in the public and private sector; and as a plc director and managing director of her own firm for 16 years. Now in her capacity as Chief Executive of East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, Miranda has instigated the development of an environmental consultancy unit working across the county which has secured EU backing to deliver a £6 million programme of business net-zero support for all local firms.
Miranda has been intimately involved in the development of climate emergency carbon baselines for several of the area’s local authorities as well as working at county level on the climate / low carbon strategy.
Find out more about the East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce here.