UK Home Energy Efficiency Grants and Schemes
UK Grants to help you reduce your energy usage
Becoming more energy efficient at home is the best way to reduce your bills. Still, the investment needed to achieve these savings is beyond most families.
Fortunately, assistance is accessible in the form of energy efficiency grants, helping you stay much warmer for a lot less.
About Energy Grants UK
As an independent organisation, Energy Grants UK help homeowners throughout the country. So if you need free boiler installation in Manchester, solar panels in Nottingham or loft insulation in Glasgow, with Energy Grants UK, you will find an expert, reliable professionals.
As well as fitting energy-saving upgrades, our highly-skilled, approved surveyors can help you find the most suitable and cost-effective solutions for your property.
Our services cover everything, from technical surveys, installations, to grant funding.
3 Step Process
- Contact Us through our online form or call us on 0333 577 5351
- Arrange a free home energy efficiency survey to learn the best upgrades to reduce your homes energy.
- Fully certified engineers carry out the installation of your free energy efficiency upgrades.
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to your questions
Energy efficiency ratings come in various forms, and while they are to guide us in making decisions to reduce the long-term running costs and CO2 emissions.
Energy efficiency rating scale goes from G to A+++
Other information to check is the kWh/year figure, as there can be quite a big difference between products.
New Boiler legislation changes the minimum level of energy efficiency required from a domestic heating system. All new boilers need to be the equivalent of an A rating.
Energy efficiency is crucial for decreasing global CO2 emissions.
Government has devised a series of initiatives to improve the UK's buildings energy efficiency which accounts for 20% of the UK's CO2 emissions.
Installing energy-efficient heating equipment can dramatically reduce the energy requirement in buildings and create substantial savings on the buildings heating cost.
The most pleasing thing about solar panels is that they receive sunlight all the time, unlike wind or biofuel sources.
You can install solar panels on most roofs or sunny walls.
You can use solar panels in diverse ways, such as powering your home day-to-day to power electric cars or backup power systems.
The best electric heaters for home use should be inexpensive, but not too cheap. They are designed to do their job well and be easy to use — no fiddling with a dial or complicated controls.
The best electric heaters are a combination of functional and aesthetic objects. If you need only a tiny amount of heat for a small room and don't want to be bothered with the maintenance of a gas heater or oil radiator, then a fan heater is your best bet.
You can pick up a satisfactory one for less than £50. If you need something more robust or need more heat for a larger room, then look for a convection heater. These are the most reliable but tend to be more expensive and bulky.
If you need a space heater for one room, then any of the above will do the trick. Electric heating grants are available through the ECO4 scheme.
PAS2035 surveys can be expensive, however if you qualify for Eco 4 then it will be free. as a rule we do not charge for surveys.
The government free boiler scheme is called ECO4 and it is available in England, Scotland and Wales, the scheme is delivering energy efficiency upgrades to households in Huddersfield and all across Yorkshire. Eco4 scheme is regulated by Ofgem.