Government backed energy grants

Do you qualify?

Energy Alliance sources funding, grants and affordable finance. We are committed to helping homeowners nationwide become energy efficient with reduced carbon emissions. This results in reduced energy bills. The good news is, if you are looking to improve energy efficiency in your home, you may be able to access funding. ECO, a Government-backed scheme regulated by Ofgem, is paid for by the larger Energy Companies.

The funding is derived from Government-set targets the large energy suppliers must follow. In order to meet these targets, the energy suppliers fund the energy-saving measures in your home. Regulated by Ofgem, the funding covers multiple types of heating and insulation. In the majority of cases, this will be completely free** to the homeowner.

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If are a homeowner and receive (or anyone living in your home) one of the following you can apply for a FREE boiler* today.

– Universal Credit
– Tax Credits
– Disability Living Allowance
– Personal Independence Payment
– Carer’s Allowance
– Severe Disability Allowance
– Industrial Injuries Allowance
– Constant Attendance Allowance
– War Pensions Mobility Supplement
– Armed Forces Independence Payment

Call us today on 0800 644 5000 or email info@energy-alliance.co.uk to apply.

*Free boiler is subject to survey.

A helping hand to cover the costs

Our dedicated Home Energy Efficiency Advisors will discuss with you the various funding & grants available. Remember, if you don’t qualify for funding we can still discuss other options that allow you to have the most beneficial improvements carried out.

So, check to see if you receive an eligible benefit from the list above and apply easily, using the form at the bottom of this page.

Please note this funding is only available to homes on mainland UK. If you live in Northern Ireland you will not be eligible, but may be suitable for another scheme through NI Direct. Please click here for more information.

For more information please call us on 0800 644 5000 or email us at info@energy-alliance.uk.com Alternatively, complete the grant application form below.

 

** Although the majority of homes are fully funded, there is a possibility that the level of funding may not cover the full cost of the installation. In some cases, a customer contribution may be required. You are under no obligation to proceed and can walk away at any time.

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Grant Application Form

Your Current Insulation

Converted Attic RoomCavity Wall InsulationLoft InsulationUnderfloor InsulationElectric Storage Heaters

Your Current Heating

Your Situation

You can only apply for a grant if you are the home owner, private tenant or landlord. Social housing is not covered.

Benefits Received

Child Tax CreditPension CreditIncome-Related Employment Support AllowanceIncome-Based Jobseekers AllowanceWorking Tax CreditIncome SupportUniversal Credit

Property Details

Your Details

















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What Happens Next?

One of our Energy Advisors will telephone you to check your details to verify your funding eligibility.

If you qualify for a grant, we will need to undertake a free home energy assessment and take a copy of your most recent benefit award letter to hand.

100% grants are subject to survey. In most cases it is free but you may be asked to pay a contribution, depending on the efficiency of the property and the amount of work required. If you qualify for a grant, we will need the make & model of your boiler and you will need to have a copy of your most recent benefit award letter to hand.

*Savings are based on figures estimated by the Energy Saving Trust.

Credit is available subject to status to UK residents aged 18 or over. Energy Alliance is a trading style of Acrobat Carbon Services Ltd. and acts as a credit broker not a lender and offers credit facilities from a panel of lenders and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.