Energy company E.ON is launching a second round of funding to support worthwhile causes across Mansfield and is calling on members of the public to submit nominations.
Local community centres which need to improve their energy efficiency and schools or charities looking to educate the public about energy can all apply for funding.
Applications for the E.ON Energy Action Fund can be submitted for a range of energy related improvements and activities from appliances and insulation to educational events.
Priority will be given to projects focused on reducing energy use and renewable energy.
Successful project will receive anything from £50 up to £2,000 from E.ON to power their plans for a more efficient future.
Amy Cross, at E.ON, said: “This is a great opportunity for local organisations to take charge of their energy usage and it is our way of showing support for the people of Mansfield.
E.ON’s first Energy Action Fund, which ran earlier this year, was a great success.”