Sustainable warmth funding now available

Have you received a letter about funding for insulation and low carbon heating measures?

Southampton City Council has been awarded funding through the Government’s Sustainable Warmth competition to offer fully funded home energy efficiency measures such as insulation, air source heat pumps and solar panels to properties in your area.

These measures may help you to reduce your household energy bills and keep your home warm in the colder months. If your home is on-gas, funding of up to £10,000 is available and if your home is off-gas, funding of up to £25,000 is available. Funding availability through the programme is all subject to eligibility, technical feasibility and your home’s EPC rating.

You may qualify for the funding if the following statements apply: 

  • Your home has an EPC rating of E, F or G (limited funding is available for D rated properties). 

And either: 

  • You have a total household annual income of £30,000 or less (before housing costs/bills). 

Or: 

  • You receive a means-tested benefit, or you meet the eligibility criteria specified in your local authority’s ECO flexible eligibility ‘statement of intent’. 

If you think you might be eligible, apply today using the form below.

Please note if you use this embedded form, your details will not be shared with the Environment Centre (tEC)’s Southampton Healthy Homes team. If you’d like to find out about additional help we can provide, such as energy bill advice, help to apply for discounts and help with installations funded in different ways, such as double glazing, please visit our Southampton Healthy Homes page.