Blog & nieuws over government funding
08 Apr 2021
Non-domestic RHI: What is it and how does it work?The Renewable Heat Incentive is also available for non-domestic properties, find out more about the non-domestic RHI scheme in this article.
30 Sep 2020
The Green Home Grant scheme is live!The widely anticipated Green Home Grant is now live, allowing residents in England to claim up to £10,000 towards improving the energy efficiency of the property.
28 Sep 2020
Is it really cheaper to use a Daikin heat pump rather than a boiler?Are you considering switching to a heat pump for a more energy efficient home? Has your combi boiler packed in and you are looking for new options?
18 Sep 2020
What is the Renewable Heat Incentive?RHI is a UK government-funded financial incentive aimed at encouraging the use of renewable heat technologies or renewable heating system by giving financial support to users of such technologies.
10 Sep 2020
Green Home Grant coverageLast week the Government announced further updates regarding existing grant schemes that the Green Home Grant would and would not work alongside, we therefore now know that the Grant will work alongside RHI but not work alongside ECO. However it now appears that the Grant has a few more details on what can be covered and what cannot.
29 Aug 2020
Green Home Grant UpdateThis week the Government has announced further information on the Green Home Grant. The information includes how the grant works alongside other funding options such as ECO and RHI.
05 Aug 2020
Green Home Grant UpdateThis week the Government has announced further information on the Green Home Grant. The information includes who is applicable for the vouchers and how much funding is available for those who apply.
24 Jul 2020
Heat Pump Grants - What Government Grants are currently available?What governmental grants are available to fund your air source heat pump?
08 Jul 2020
The Green Home Grant SchemeThe grant which aims to provide more work in the green energy sector whilst simultaneously reducing living costs for large amounts of the population looks to provide vouchers worth up to £5,000 per household or £10,000 for those considered to be low income households. The Government will cover up to two thirds of the cost of the green upgrades for all households, the lowest income households will not have to pay anything. The chancellor has said that the scheme could save Brits up to £300 per year on their energy bills.