Find Out If You Are Eligible For Funding
Financial Support For Improving Your Home
The UK Government have introduced The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) energy efficiency scheme to help tackle fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions.
Obligated energy suppliers work closely with installers to introduce different insulation measures to homes, such as external wall insulation and flat roof insulation.
You may be eligible for ECO funding under the Warm Home Discount Scheme.
You may be eligible for funding if you are in receipt of any of the following benefits:
Income based jobseekers allowance (JSA)
Income Related Employment & Support Allowance (ESA)
Income Support (IS)
Pension Credit Guarantee
Working Tax Credit (WTC)
Child Tax Credits (CTC)
Universal Credit (UC)
Housing Benefit (a new benefit making people eligible for ECO4)
Pension Credit Savings (another new eligible benefit for ECO4)
ECO4 Eligibility Criteria
The ECO4 Scheme is designed to improve a properties EPC rating. An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is required by the Government whenever a property is built, sold or rented. The EPC contains information about your home’s energy use and typical energy costs, as well as containing some recommendations for reducing energy use to save money.
The ECO4 Scheme Eligibility for properties is EPC grade D, E, F or G.
ECO4 Scheme for Tenant/Homeowner
In order to be eligible for ECO4 funding the tenant or end-user (i.e. the person or persons living in the property) must be a recipient of either state aid, benefits, allowances and credits from the list above. To read more about ECO4 and ECO FLEX visit OFGEM’s website.
Make and enquiry for funded works via our Google Forms here.
For information and advice regarding other schemes & grants. Contact CSE here - The Centre of Sustainable Energy for further advice with the current fuel poverty crisis.
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