The low carbon sector within Greater Lincolnshire provides considerable opportunities for growth, employing over 12,000 people.

The Humber Estuary is fundamentally connected with at least 25% of the UK’s energy production, and the south bank of the Humber lies at the centre of an emerging offshore wind market, with the potential to create new supply chains. It will become the biggest Enterprise Zone in the UK and will position the area as one of the major hubs for the renewables sector in the UK.

These developments will further unlock the economic potential of the Humber Estuary, and help to stimulate growth in North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire. Grimsby is on course to hit 8GW of installed capacity in offshore wind in the coming years.

The recent proposal of the Race Bank Extension, would double the size of Grimsby’s largest offshore wind farm and achieve a level that would meet the equivalent of London’s peak demand, which could place Grimsby responsible for well over a third of the 30GW envisaged for the UK by 2030.

The gain business advisor works closely with renewable businesses as well as those that are supplying their product and services to the larger renewable energy companies. Working with Infrared heating suppliers, solar panel suppliers, heat pump suppliers, Engineers, Plumbers and Access Specialists to provide business advice and support to showcase the products and services provided as well as assist with expansion plan in a growing sector.

Wind generators turbines on sunset summer landscape


A small to medium sized business in logistics, ports or renewables, or a support service for this sector.

  • Based in Greater Lincolnshire
  • Under 250 employees
  • Balance sheet under 43 million Euros