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Please vote for us to win a possible £275,000 investment

We have been shortlisted in Britain's biggest small business competition and with your help, could be awarded an investment of up to £275,000. 

If successful, this would be of immense help as we have ambitious expansion plans to help people living in cold homes and get out of fuel poverty. However, to expand, we need funding and as we are a CIC, you know how very difficult this is to obtain! 

We established Energise Barnet in 2011 and earlier this month, set up Energise Harrow. And, later this year / next, we want to help residents in other London boroughs. However, to do this we need more staff as we are struggling to cope with demand. 

YOUR VOTE IS CRUCIAL to help us get through to the final five. So, please vote for us - it will only take a couple of minutes of your time.


 Please click the 'Vote' button here:


AND if you could please ask your friends, family, neighbours and work colleagues to do the same, it would be most appreciated.    

Thanks for your help! I will keep you posted on how we get on.

Nigel Farren

Founder Energise Barnet CIC

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Comment by John Mulkerrin on September 1, 2014 at 14:23

Sorry , this link is closed to voting


Comment by Janet Lim on August 28, 2014 at 4:14

What is the dateline?  The link is broken. Cannot vote. 

Comment by Sharon Needham on August 16, 2013 at 17:38
Voted! Good luck. Hope you win x
Comment by Caroline Jaine on August 16, 2013 at 8:04
Voted. Good luck!
Comment by Deborah Shariati on August 16, 2013 at 0:38

Best of luck Nigel. I know exactly where you're coming from as a CIC!  Hope one day soon we'll get some support! Let me know how you get on will you?

Best regards,

Debbie Shariati (about to be incorporated as TeesVision CIC)


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