Retrofit Services & Grants
Energy Performance Certificates- An EPC is intended to inform potential buyers or tenants about the Energy Performances of a building, so they can consider Energy Efficiency as part of their investment or business decision to buy/occupy that building.
Retrofit Assessments- The Retrofit Assessment consists of three key reports that create an overview of the whole property, its current usage and potential.
Retrofit Coordination- A Retrofit Coordinator is the individual who will be responsible for overseeing the assessments of dwellings as well as the subsequent specification, monitoring, and evaluation of Energy Efficiency measures, in accordance with PAS 2035.
Full House Retrofit- A whole House Retrofit is a comprehensive plan for Home improvements. Its devised with the aim of ensuring that a property operates in as Energy Efficient a manner as possible, with all aspects of the building complementing each other.
ECO3/4- The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is an Energy Efficient Scheme in Great Britain created to reduce carbon emissions and improve Energy Efficiency in homes. The ECO4 Scheme commences in April 2022.
Decarbonisation Scheme- Registered providers of social housing can apply to Wave 2 of the Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund (SHDF) to support the installation of energy performance measures in Social Homes in England. The fund will help deliver Warm, Energy Efficient Homes.
GHG LAD Scheme- This scheme aims to improve low energy performance certificate (EPC) D to G Rated Homes. This will deliver progress towards sustainable warmth, reducing household energy bills as well as supporting the phase out of fossil fuel heating and the UK's commitment to net zero by 2050.
Boiler Upgrade Scheme- The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) will launch in spring 2022 to aid the decarbonisation of buildings. It will provide upfront capital grants to support the installation of Heat Pumps, and in some circumstances Biomass Boilers, in homes and some non-domestic buildings.
HUG- Protecting vulnerable households in England strategy, the Government committed £150 million through the Home Upgrade Grant (HUG) scheme to help low-income households in the worst performing off gas grid homes in England become more Energy Efficient and cheaper to heat.