The Green Homes Grant Scheme is now Live 

The Web Link Below explains in detail what is required 

As Approved MCS Installers of Renewable Energy Heat Pump, we are able to complete works on this scheme, We are seeing heavy demand for this service at present – and will do what we can to assist you in making the right choices.

We are only able to Offer at this time the Installation of Air Source Heat Pumps, once we recieve an enquiry from you we will contact you to get some basic information, this will be further  supported by a Pre Technical Site visit to assess suitability and provide a Budget Costing. if at this juncture you wish to proceed further we will complete a Technical Visit where we will complete a full design and Heat Loss Calculation of your property, the initial budget costing will be updated to provide a full cost of the intended works along with reccomendations on Heat Emitter changers. The Technical Visit costs are included within all our quotes and will be chargeable in any event. 

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) will be required for your property – Our Reccomendation is Beach Energy Consultants of Cambridge – Mr Tony Wyatt can be contacted on 01223 269215. 

Only Homes that have good levels of Insulation should be considered, an EPC will give you the best indication of the levels, and it may well show that an Insulation upgrade along with renewable technology is the best way forward.

Vouchers will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible improvements, up to a maximum government contribution of £5,000.

If you, or someone in your household, receive certain benefits you may be eligible for a voucher covering 100% of the cost of the improvements. The maximum value of the voucher is £10,000. Check if you’re eligible for the low income support scheme.

If you’re claiming other grants or funding

Energy Company Obligation (ECO)

You cannot claim a Green Homes Grant voucher towards the cost of a measure which has also had funding under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO). You can claim both ECO and Green Homes Grant as long as they are each for different measures – for example loft insulation and cavity wall insulation.

Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

You can claim both the Domestic RHI and the Green Home Grant for a renewable heat installation. You must claim the Green Home Grant voucher first and then notify Ofgem that you have used it when you apply for accreditation to the Domestic RHI. The Green Homes Grant will then be deducted from your Domestic RHI payments.

If you’re only claiming the Green Homes Grant voucher for energy efficiency measures you do not need to notify Ofgem.