Measures available under ECO Affordable Warmth
High Efficiency Boilers
Hard to Treat Cavity
Electric Home Charge Pods
What is ECO Affordable Warmth?
The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) was introduced in January 2013 to reduce the UK’s energy consumption and support people living in fuel poverty. ECO does this by funding energy efficiency improvements worth around £1.3 billion every year. The ECO supports the installation of energy efficiency measures in low-income households, areas and in properties that are harder to treat. It works alongside the Green Deal to give consumers support and funding for energy efficiency improvements in their homes.
Affordable Warmth Obligation
The affordable warmth scheme provides heating and insulation measures to homeowners or tenants living in private properties that receive particular means-tested benefits. It supports low-income consumers that may require boiler and heating grants, and are vulnerable to the impact of living in cold homes, including the elderly, disabled and families.
What is the GreenDeal
The Green Deal is a new way to pay for energy-saving home improvements. You'll be able to take out Green Deal finance to pay for measures such as loft, cavity or solid wall insulation, double glazing, a new boiler or even a 'micro-generation' system such as solar panels.
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Further eligibility may be required – Terms and conditions apply