What is the Help to Heat Scheme?
The Help to Heat Scheme, is part of the Governments’ Energy Company Obligation (ECO). The aim of the Scheme, is to focus funding for energy efficiency measures to help support; low income, vulnerable and fuel poor households. As a result, there are a range of measures available, for qualifying applicants. Including; Loft and Cavity Wall Insulation, or Replacement Boilers. The funding for the Scheme is allocated by obligated energy suppliers, delivered by companies like us and overseen by Ofgem.
Do you qualify?
Qualification varies dependant on your residential status. Therefore, to make this process as easy as possible, we have put together a few basic points for you to consider.
The benefit qualification criteria has been changed. As a result, funding is now more accessible to private sector households. Benefits such as Child Benefit are now included. So if you have tried to get ECO funding in the past and have not been able to, you may now be eligible.
- Are you a homeowner or private tenant, and in receipt of benefits?
- Do you live in social housing and your property has an EPC rating of E, F or G?
Subsequently, if you do not fall into any of the above categories and would like to enquire regarding any additional funding. Please get in touch and we will happily discuss any potential funding opportunities.
Apply for funding
To apply for funding or see if you qualify, please apply here now or give us a call on 0800 083 4333.
If you are a property management company, private sector landlord or social housing provider. Please call our Freephone number and ask for business development. Alternatively, you can submit an enquiry by clicking ‘Apply now’ above and select business enquiry in the interest box.