The Clean Heat Grant is a UK government-run scheme that aims to help existing small domestic buildings transition to low carbon heating systems for heating their homes. The scheme will come into effect from April 2022 and is expected to replace the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) when it ends in March 2022.
Previously grants have been available to early adopters, we envisage the uptake on this offer to be substantial and therefore it is essential to register your interest as early as possible.
Once registered we will contact you to discuss your requirements and guide you through the process of obtaining the grants that are most appropriate for your needs. We’ll do the work, so you don’t have to.
As part of investment in Low Carbon homeowners and landlords in England will be able to apply for vouchers from a £2 billion Green Homes Grant scheme to make their homes more energy-efficient and create local jobs.
Installing energy saving measures will help homeowners with lower energy bills whilst also helping the environment.
The grant will cover up to £5000 of the purchase price.
The scheme will launch in April 2022, with online applications for recommended energy efficiency measures.
Once one of these suppliers has provided a quote and the work is approved, the voucher is issued.
The government has confirmed that the scheme will open in April 2022.
The Clean Heat Grant is a UK government-run scheme that aims to help existing small domestic buildings transition to low carbon heating systems for heating their homes. The scheme will come into effect from April 2022.
The UK government has announced its plan to decarbonise the nation through the Heat and Buildings Strategy. £5000 government grants will be given to households to promote clean heat from low carbon technologies such as heat pumps.
The scheme will run for 3 years starting April 2022, and the government has set aside a budget of £450 million under this scheme.
The main aim of this scheme is to reduce carbon emissions emitted by homes that are still dependent on fossil fuels to heat their homes and enable the phasing out of fossil fuels in the coming years. In order to achieve the government’s ambitious target of installing 600,000 heat pumps every year by 2028, this scheme will be a step forward towards this.
The eligibility criteria for the Clean Heat Grant are similar to that of Domestic RHI as the grant is expected to replace RHI in helping existing homes. Based on recent government consultations about the Clean Heat Grant, a set of criteria has been laid out clearly to let homeowners know what they can expect to get out of this grant should they be eligible. These criteria are detailed below: