Sustainable Warmth grants can fund energy efficiency upgrades for households most likely to be impacted by rising fuel bills
- Made by
- Contact details
Visit the Greater South East Net Zero Hub website.
- Offer for
Homeowners, private tenants, private landlords
- Offer details
These are the energy and cost-saving upgrades that you may be able to get for your home if you are eligible:
- Insulation and ventilation upgrades (to keep your home comfortable in both the winter and summer and help cut your energy bills)
- An upgrade to a low carbon heating system (to cut your carbon emissions, so the new heating system to be installed cannot include a gas or oil boiler)
- Heating Controls (that help save you money because you only use the heat when you need it)
- Energy Efficient Hot Water Solution (keeping your water warm for longer and saving you money)
- Solar Thermals (to keep your house warm)
- Solar PV (to generate free electricity)
- Energy Efficiency lighting (to make it cheaper to run)
- Conditions and eligibility
To be eligible:
- Your home should have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rated E, F or G (D-rated homes can also be considered)
- You are on a low income. For example:
- If your annual household income is under £30,000, or under £20,000 after rent or mortgage costs
- Your household is on means-tested benefits.
- An allowance will also be made for the number of children in your household, or if you have recently lost income.