Grants for improving the energy efficiency of homes are now available in Bristol through the new Eco 4 Scheme. Residents may qualify for 100% fully funded grants for gas central heating, air source heat pumps, high heat retention storage heaters, solar panels, and insulation upgrades. The scheme targets the most energy-inefficient homes with an EPC rating of E or below, and households with a gross income below £31,000 may qualify for these grants. Even those who are not on benefits can claim the grants in certain areas.
The Eco 4 Scheme aims to reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty by offering fully funded grants for energy-efficient upgrades in homes. These upgrades can help to improve the energy efficiency of properties, making them more comfortable to live in while reducing energy bills.
By providing grants for gas central heating, air source heat pumps, high heat retention storage heaters, solar panels, and insulation upgrades, the scheme aims to make homes more energy-efficient and sustainable. Additionally, the scheme targets properties with an EPC rating of E or below, which are typically the most energy-inefficient homes.
One of the benefits of the Eco 4 Scheme is that even those who are not on benefits can apply for fully funded grants in certain areas. This means that more residents can benefit from these heating grants and make their homes more energy-efficient.
Warmer Home UK is an approved provider of these grants and is accepting applications for grant qualification on its website. Residents can complete the form to check if they qualify for the grants and take advantage of the opportunity to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.
Upgrading heating systems and insulation can save hundreds of pounds on annual energy bills, especially with the current rise in energy prices. By taking advantage of these generous grants, Bristol residents can make their homes more energy-efficient and comfortable to live in, while reducing their energy bills and carbon footprint.
Residents in Bristol can now complete the simple form to see if they qualify for a free central heating grant.