Thousands of households will be able to register for a £5,000 home improvement voucher from this month as part of a new Government scheme.
Providing an update on the plans for the scheme, which was unveiled as part of the Chancellor’s summer economic update last month, the government confirmed the grant programme is scheduled to go live towards the end of September.
The Green Homes Grant will give over 600,000 homeowners in England £5,000 and £10,000 vouchers to install insulation, heat pumps, draft proofing and more to cut their energy bills.
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Three different grants will be available, and those on the lowest incomes will have all of their costs covered. These are for:
• solid wall, under-floor, cavity wall or roof insulation.
• air source or ground source heat pump.
• solar thermal, which can be used in alongside Solar Panel systems to provide hot water as well as electric.
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The scheme has been broadly welcomed by green groups and trade bodies.The new grants are to be delivered alongside an additional £1bn programme to make public buildings, including schools and hospitals across the UK more energy efficient, while a further £50m scheme will pilot innovative approaches to retrofitting social housing at scale.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the new scheme represented “a vital part of our plan for jobs as we secure the UK’s economic recovery from Coronavirus”.
“This is going to be a green recovery with concern for our environment at its heart,” he added. “It will help to protect and create jobs, while also saving people money and cutting carbon.”