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Join the thousands of homeowners in the UK getting rid of fossil fuels and making use of government grants to make homes more efficient and lower emissions. The UK government wants to reduce carbon emissions and our reliance on imported fuel. So that means renewable heating as well as producing and storing electricity. Domestic heating is one of the largest contributors to carbon emissions in the UK. On top of that the sun is the largest energy source on the planet but this free source of energy is is only used to a fraction of its potential. When renewable energy is not an option ways to make traditional methods more efficient should be looked into as an option. It’s time to find out what options are available for your home and how they will change things for the better.
The most common government grants we provide are listed below.
Grants for an air source heat pump (ASHP) are available through the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). In some cases the grant can cover the entire installation cost but this isn’t always the case. Grants cannot be applied retrospectively towards existing systems. For more details visit the Air Source Heat Pumps page.
Government funding is available through the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme to help cover the cost of transitioning over to an energy-efficient boiler, such as a condensing boiler. These grants cannot be applied retrospectively towards existing systems. For more details visit the Oil Boiler Upgrade page.
Utility funded grants are available for loft insulation, cavity wall insulation and solid wall insulation. In most areas of England, Scotland and Wales the grant may be able to cover the installation cost fully regardless of the utility company you use. For more details visit the Room in Roof page.