Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster is the industry association for energy in the North West of England, representing members across the supply chain and wider community. Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster is a “not for profit”, private sector led membership organisation which incorporates members from private, public and third sector. The membership consists of a range of organisations from micro businesses to global companies including a number of inward investors to Cumbria.
Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster is committed to the delivery of benefits to its members and the wider community they sit in. This is through: networking meetings, a comprehensive programme of events, representing the members in the region nationally and internationally and industry led activities. The core programmes and projects are geared towards the sustained development of the energy industry within the community it resides in.
Membership fees are calculated on total company turnover and run annually from the joining date.
2021 membership fees are listed below:
For an SME company*:
For a non-SME company*:
VAT will be added to the above fees at the current rate.
* BECBC bases our definition of an SME on the European standard:
The broad definition of an SME is any business who employs less than 250 people and has a turnover of less than 50 million Euros. (approx. £46.8m). A company is NOT an SME If they are a wholly owned business which is part of a larger group whose head count or turnover when taken in full goes over the threshold, or if they are a parent company with subsidiaries, where the whole turnover of their group exceeds the thresholds.