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Here, you can find useful information, guides, studies, and other resources to help you on your way to becoming more energy efficient.

We know that learning about energy efficiency may be complicated at first, that’s why we’ve collated resources to help you learn more about retrofit, energy efficiency and the UK’s progress towards net zero.

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Downloadable Resources

The Great British Insulation Scheme
Your questions answered

The Great British Insulation Scheme, in collaboration with the UK government’s Energy Company Obligation, is an excellent opportunity for you to improve energy efficiency in your home through  funded insulation measures.

By taking advantage of this scheme, you can reduce your energy consumption, lower your fuel bills, and contribute to a healthier environment. If you have any questions about the scheme, its benefits, and your eligibility, we invite you to explore our comprehensive answers in this handy guide.

The PAS 2035 Process
What you need to know

PAS 2035 provides a framework for carrying out energy retrofit projects in a systematic and effective manner. It sets out the requirements for assessing the energy performance of a building, identifying appropriate energy efficiency measures, and ensuring that the retrofit work is carried out to a high standard. The specification also emphasises the importance of considering the occupants’ well-being and the overall impact on the environment.

PAS 2035 is part of the UK’s efforts to address climate change and improve the energy performance of existing building stock. It serves as a guide for professionals and stakeholders involved in energy retrofit projects, helping them achieve meaningful and sustainable energy efficiency improvements in residential buildings. Download your own copy of the process map for future reference.

A Guide to Your Retrofit Journey
A guide through the Retrofit Journey Process

Now you’ve recognised the need to improve the energy efficiency of your home the next steps are to check that you qualify for funding and to determine which energy measures you need to create a warmer and cosier home.

Energy-saving measures will make a great impact on your fuel bills, and keep your home warm and comfortable throughout the year. There’s a process we need to follow to ensure we adhere to guidelines and deliver the best possible service. 

Energy Saving Guide 

Quick and Easy Best Practices Energy Saving at Homes

This short guide is loaded with quick and easy energy-saving tips to help get you started. If you’d like more information about making your home more energy-efficient, talk to us about our Energy Saver’s Guide for a complete introduction to energy-saving measures in the home.

You Asked & We Answered

We want to ensure that all of your questions are answered so that you can feel safe and secure in your decision-making around the available grants. In this section, we answer frequently asked questions to ensure that you have all the information you need.


The ECO4 Scheme

ECO4 is a government scheme designed to support the improvement of energy efficiency in low-income homes and is open for applications.

Here we unpack your questions with the latest information.

What are the objectives of the Energy Company Obligation?

The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is the UK government’s scheme to help reduce fuel poverty across the country, by reducing the carbon emissions of residences through home energy efficiency improvements.

How does ECO save you money?

The Energy Company Obligation encourages schemes to improve energy efficiency, which means reducing your dependence on energy intensive appliances like boilers. This in turn will also save you money on energy bills.

What are the ECO friendly benefits of the scheme?

The benefits to the environment include reduced carbon emissions, cleaner air, reduced dependence on non-renewable fuels and reduced dependence on energy-intensive technology. It will be a major contributing factor to the U.K.’s long-term net zero goals.

Who is eligible for ECO scheme support in 2024?

If you are in a council tax band of A-D in England A-E in Scotland or A-E in Wales and you have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) of D or below, you should be eligible to receive measures under the Energy Company Obligation.

What is the new ECO4 scheme?

ECO4 is the fourth phase of the government’s Energy Company Obligation initiative, to support vulnerable and low income households to reach greater energy efficiency and reduce fuel poverty.

Has the ECO4 scheme started?

The ECO4 scheme launched in April 2022 and is currently open for grant applications.

What is the difference between ECO3 and ECO4?

The list of qualifying benefits has changed in the transition to ECO4. EPC rating requirements have also changed this is to encourage a fabric-first approach to energy efficiency improvements by increasing the scheme’s reach to as many homes as possible.

How do I apply for an ECO grant?

The most efficient way to start is check your eligibility which you can do with us here. We can also put you in touch with trusted ECO installers to carry out the improvements which you are eligible for.

When did the ECO scheme start?

The Energy Company Obligation was originally started in 2013 in an effort by the government to reduce carbon emissions in the UK. It has now entered its fourth phase with the accompanying Great British Insulation Scheme added to further accelerate the programme and install as many energy saving measures as possible.

What is the difference between ECO4 and The Great British Insulation Scheme (ECO+)?

Like ECO3, ECO4 is contingent on household benefits and is aimed at whole house retrofit. The Great British Insulation Scheme (formerly known as ECO+) is not dependent on government benefits and is focused on delivering specific insulation measures as quickly as possible.

Is the ECO4 scheme free?

ECO4 does aim to deliver energy saving measures to low income households free of charge through their energy suppliers.

Is the ECO4 scheme just for solar panels?

ECO4 is a whole house, fabric-first approach and is more likely to include a full complement of energy saving building materials such as insulation measures. However, it may also include renewable heating, double glazing and solar panels.

How is the ECO scheme paid for?

Energy suppliers are obliged to support funding towards energy efficiency measure installation in the homes of eligible applicants. While it is a government scheme, it is funded by your energy company.

Is the ECO scheme for landlords?

Landlords can also apply for grant support under the Energy Company Obligation. If you have tenants living in a qualifying property, support is available for the replacement of inefficient heating and the provision of new insulation.

How do I claim my ECO grant?

After checking and confirming your eligibility for an ECO grant, Residential Energy Services can guide you through the process of claiming your funding, securing an installer and booking your energy efficiency improvements.

Who is eligible for the ECO scheme?

Those receiving government benefits are eligible for grant support under the ECO4 scheme. If you have a Home EPC rating of D or below, you also qualify.

Your Energy Bills

Government Grants provide the opportunity for residents to save on their energy bills while living a more greener and sustainable life. Uncover how funded measures can lessen the effects of the cost of living crisis.

How much can I save on my energy bills?

Under the Great British Insulation Scheme the government suggests households could save up to £310 a year on energy bills through single insulation measures.

Why are my energy bills so high?

Energy bill calculations are dependent on a number of factors; the current price of energy regionally and nationally, your location, the technology you use to process this energy in your home, occupancy levels and occupancy behaviours as well as your overall energy usage.

How are my energy bills calculated?

The wholesale cost of gas and electricity, as provided by your supplier is a major contributing factor. Globally, gas is priced at an all-time high. Other contributions in your bill include social, safety and network costs, to keep supply lines running efficiently and safely for those who need it.

How do I know if I’m paying too much for energy?

Always check your energy bill and cost breakdown. Your payment is typically based on an estimated level of usage for your home across the calendar year. Always query your bill with your supplier if you feel you feel you have been overcharged.

How do I reduce the cost of my energy bills?

The most efficient ways to reduce the cost of your energy bill are to reduce the amount of day-to-day usage of gas and electricity in your home, or make energy efficient changes to your home, reducing your dependence on gas and electrical appliances in the first place.

Why are we in a cost of living crisis?

Gas shortages across Europe, inflation increases, pandemic after-effects and supply chain disruption are just a number of reasons why the overall cost of living has increased. This includes essentials like food, fuel, gas and electricity.

Energy Efficiency 

Energy efficiency refers to the ability to use less energy to perform the same task or achieve the same level of output. It is a measure of how effectively energy is utilized to produce goods, services, or desired outcomes while minimizing energy waste and losses. The primary goal of energy efficiency is to reduce energy consumption and, as a result, lower energy costs, greenhouse gas emissions, and environmental impact. Find out more below:

How can I check the energy efficiency of my building?

Your EPC (energy performance certificate) is a comprehensive report on the energy efficiency of your place of residence or business. You will need an up-to-date EPC in order to pursue ECO grant support.

Is the energy efficiency of my house costing me?

Your EPC should tell you what elements of your home are costing you the most in terms of energy usage. This could be an over-dependence on a particular source of energy or fuel, or an underperforming building material such as insulation in the walls or loft that is causing an expensive level of heat loss.

What’s the connection between energy efficiency and the cost of living?

The Energy Company Obligation was established to tackle the U.K.’s carbon emissions; however, amid a growing cost of living crisis, ECO and its associated schemes are also making a big difference to peoples’ fuel bills at a critical time. Energy-saving measures reduce the cost of living by reducing our dependence on expensive heating.

How do I improve the energy efficiency of my home?

There are a great number of energy efficiency measures you can deploy in your home. Everything from energy saving light bulbs to solar panelling, heat pumps, double glazing, and a full complement of wall and loft insulation. Whether you’re working with a small budget or you’re looking to secure ECO funding, Residential Energy Services can advise you on which measures will work best for you.

Is energy efficiency good for your health?

Cleaner energy efficient methods of running your home will result in cleaner air, which could have a direct impact on physical health. Loved ones with respiratory and cardiovascular issues, asthma or heart problems may experience particular benefits to switching to cleaner living.

What are the most energy efficient ways of heating your home?

Air source heat pumps are rising in popularity as the most efficient method for heating your home cleanly. Boilers are notoriously expensive and energy intensive. In fact more and more new build residential projects in the UK are omitting boilers completely.

Home Insulation

Home insulation refers to the materials and techniques used to reduce the transfer of heat between the interior and exterior of a building, primarily to improve energy efficiency and comfort. Insulation acts as a thermal barrier, helping to keep the indoor environment warmer during cold weather and cooler during hot weather.

How does loft insulation work?

Loft insulation reduces heat loss in the home by preventing the movement of air upwards and out of the home. It can also be effective in preventing draftiness and increasing overall levels of comfort in the rooms below.

How do I know if my house is insulated?

If you have mould or dampness growing on the walls or ceilings, it could be a sign that your home is lacking insufficient insulation. An overall feeling of draftiness in certain rooms can also be an indicator. Even if your loft is insulated, you may have cavity walls and floors that would also benefit from insulating material.

What’s the difference between solid wall and cavity wall insulation?

Cavity wall insulation fills the gap between the inner and outer walls of the house. Because solid walls have no cavity, insulation must be installed on the inside or the outside of the solid wall.

How do I know if I’ve got solid or cavity walls?

Solid walls and cavity walls can be identified by the brick pattern; cavity walls are laid lengthways in an even pattern, whereas solid walls consist of bricks laid out in both directions, leaving no cavity inside.

Which type of insulation is cheaper?

Loft insulation is the quickest and cheapest way of insulating the home to prevent heat loss and the effects are felt immediately. This particular type of insulation will be the focus of the Great British Insulation Scheme when it launches.

Is home insulation fireproof?

Insulation should not catch fire, but some materials can melt and cause damage. It is always recommended to understand the fire properties of the materials specified for your home. An A1 fire rating is the highest rating of insulation material in the UK can achieve.

How does loft insulation make my house more cosy?

Heat rises and therefore a vast amount of your heating efforts will rise and disappear through your roof, if it is uninsulated. Loft insulation traps that heat and keeps it circulating in your home for longer. A well insulated home stays comfortable for longer, particularly during the colder months. During summer, it helps control the transfer of heat so it can also help to keep your rooms cool in a heatwave.

How does insulation stop my bills from going up?

Insulation helps trap heat inside your home, stopping it from escaping and reducing the ongoing need for heating appliances. This means you’re not wasting money y heat escaping through your walls. The Great British Insulation Scheme is here to help.

Solar Power

Solar panels, also known as photovoltaic (PV) panels, are devices that convert sunlight into electricity. They are a key component of solar energy systems and have become increasingly popular as a renewable energy source to generate electricity for homes, businesses, and various applications. Find out more below:

How do solar panels work?

When the sun shines, PV cells stored within your solar panel absorb energy from the sunlight and create electricity, which can then be stored and used later on in the home.

Are solar panels switched on all the time?

Solar panels work all year round; they are always operational. However the home can switch to the grid if necessary during power failures.

Are solar panels a fire risk?

The fire risk to your home from using solar panels is extremely low. Using trusted installers with reliable solar panel materials will help optimise your system for maximum safety.

How many solar panels do I need?

In order for solar panels to be cost-effective, you must use the correct amount for your home. The number is dependent on the amount of energy your family consumes; for example, a typical three-bedroom house should not need more than 10 solar panels.

Do we get good enough weather to justify solar panels?

Solar panels work, even in the UK! While their effectiveness can fluctuate with the weather, it only needs a small amount of light to start operating and generating electricity for your home.

What happens if my solar panels create too much energy?

Excess energy can be drawn from solar panels and stored into batteries for later use. Alternatively, excess solar electricity can be fed back to your energy supplier, further reducing the cost of your energy bill.

How do solar panels help me save money?

Since solar energy comes from the Sun, an infinite and free resource, as long as your solar panels are working efficiently you will rely a great deal less on the national grid and be required to pay a lot less on your bills. You may even make money from your energy supplier by generating excess energy!

Am I supposed to clean my solar panels?

It is recommended to have your solar panels maintained every few years if you live in an area surrounded by trees.

How much do solar panels cost?

In 2023 an average sized system costs around £6000 to install. Savings are dependent on usage and the number of panels required; a larger system will save you more on your energy bills in the long run.

Which way do my solar panels have to be facing?

Just as most of us prefer a south facing garden, for the same reason solar panels should ideally face south-west and south-east for maximum efficiency after having more time in the sun!

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are devices that move thermal energy from one location to another, typically for the purpose of heating or cooling a space or providing hot water. They work on the principle of transferring heat from a source at a lower temperature to a destination at a higher temperature, using a relatively small amount of energy to accomplish this process. Find out more below:

How do heat pumps work?

Heat pumps convert energy from the environment into heat that is then distributed throughout a heating and hot water system. The energy from the heat source is transferred into the heating system by a heat pump using electricity.

What’s the difference between air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps?

In contrast to ground source heat pumps, which absorb heat from the ground, air source heat pumps absorb heat from the air. Whether a ground source or air source heat pump is appropriate depends on your home.

How are heat pumps supposed to save me money?

A heat pump uses less energy to heat your home than a traditional electric or gas system does since it transfers heat rather than creating it. They generate more heat than they consume in terms of electricity.

Aren’t heat pumps noisy?

If you hear a humming or buzzing sound as electricity passes through your heat pump; this is quite normal. Modern air-source heat pumps should produce no more than a low whirring noise when functioning effectively.

The noise level is also dependent on the heat pump’s work burden; the greater the work load, the louder the heat pump. This is a result of the fan speed that draws heated air into the compressor.

Can heat pumps be used all year round?

Heat pumps function in the exact same way all year round, including winter. They provide heat for your home and hot water by using energy from the natural environment.

Are heat pumps effective in the UK climate?

It is a common misconception that heat pumps can only work in warm environments. This is untrue. Heat pumps are made to function in a variety of environments, including cold ones. Heat pumps can still function effectively at -15°C.

How much could I save by replacing my boiler with a heat pump?

A properly installed heat pump in a well insulated home can have a transformative effect on heating bills, reducing the cost of living significantly by sourcing heat naturally and retaining it efficiently.

How are heat pumps more energy-efficient?

Heat pumps source heat from the natural thermal energy around us. They work efficiently because they produce more energy than they require to run. As the year goes on and input/output temperatures change, so too will the device’s efficiency, but they will always be capable of drawing upon natural resources to heat your home efficiently and cleanly.

ECO Grants

Eco grants, also known as environmental grants or green grants, are financial assistance programs provided by governments, non-profit organizations, or private institutions to support projects and initiatives that promote environmental sustainability and conservation. Find out more below:

What is a free ECO grant?

ECO grants are funds being provided to help individuals with the lowest incomes insulate their homes, as well as those who live in the least energy-efficient homes or the lower council tax bands.

How do ECO grants work?

First, eligibility is determined by a number of factors including household income, EPC rating and whether or not you are receiving any current government benefits. Residential Energy Services then work to determine suitable energy efficiency measures for your home. We also work with a trusted network of partners to help ensure those measures are delivered correctly.

How do I apply for an ECO grant?

Contacting Residential Energy Services is the quickest and most straightforward way to find out if you qualify, compile your eligibility criteria and approach energy providers to obtain ECO grant support.

What ECO grants are available in 2024?

The ECO4 scheme will run until 31 March 2026. The Great British Insulation Scheme launches this year and is expected to run for up to 3 years.

How long does it take to secure an ECO grant?

A qualified ECO surveyor will be required to determine the eligibility of your property. Following this survey and upon approval, the ECO grant should be processed quickly, after that, it is up to the installers to organise the most efficient completion time possible.

How much can I get from an ECO grant?

Under the Great British Insulation Scheme and ECO4 scheme, free home energy efficiency upgrades are available to eligible homes. The awarding of grant funding is entirely dependent on determining the right measure for your home at this time.

How much money is available in ECO grants?

The Great British Insulation Scheme is expected to include £1 billion in funding. The ECO4 scheme, which is due to run until March 2026, expects to deliver up to £4 billion in energy efficiency and heating measures.

What home improvements are covered by ECO grants?

ECO4 home improvements may include, but are not limited to:

Cavity wall insulation
External wall insulation
Room in roof insulation
Heat pumps
Solar energy panels
Electric storage heaters
Double glazing
Boiler upgrades
Internal wall insulation

Insulation measures under the Great British Insulation Scheme are as follows:

Cavity wall insulation
Solid wall insulation (internal/external)
Loft insulation
Roof insulation
Under-floor insulation
Solid floor insulation
Park home insulation
Room-in-roof insulation

I already receive government funding; can I apply for an ECO grant?

If you already receive government-assisted benefits, you may not be eligible for the ECO4 scheme. However, you may still be eligible for free insulation measures under the Great British Insulation scheme.

Who pays for improvements to my home?

The Energy Company Obligation is a government scheme deployed by energy suppliers who fund energy efficiency measures for your home, delivered by ECO approved installers.

Who decides what measures I’m suitable for?

It is ultimately the decision of the energy supplier to determine which measures are best; however, a home energy assessment with Residential Energy Services can make this process more accurate, relevant and efficient, to make sure you’re getting exactly the support you need.

Will the energy company charge me for extras?

The energy supplier determines how much ECO4 funding is to be allocated to your home; they may recommend additional measures to help improve your home at some additional cost.

How much will my energy company pay towards home improvements?

If you are eligible for ECO4 grant support, the grants are very generous and can cover up to 100% of the costs of your energy efficiency improvements.

Eligibility 101

We answer your questions about available grants and your eligibility for funding below:

Am I eligible for funding?

If you are a homeowner or private renter with an EPC rating of D or below, and you receive any of the ECO4 qualifying benefits, you should be eligible for support either through ECO4 or the Great British Insulation Scheme.

Is the ECO scheme means tested?

If you claim means tested government benefits it is likely that the ECO scheme is for you. Check your eligibility before consulting with your energy supplier.

What benefits do I need to receive to get ECO funding?

If you receive at least one of the following government benefits the energy company obligation should be able to support you with new energy efficiency measures:

* Child Benefit
* Pension Guarantee Credit
* Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
* Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
* Income Support
* Tax Credits (Child Tax Credits and Working Tax Credits)
* Universal Credit
* Housing benefit
* Pension credit saving credit

I already receive ECO funding, can I apply for a new grant?

If you have received support through previous schemes run by the government and your household still qualifies, you may still be eligible under the Great British Insulation Scheme.

What EPC rating do I need to be eligible for ECO funding?

To qualify for ECO4 funding, your property must have an EPC rating of D, E, F or G. To qualify for funding under the Great British Insulation Scheme, your EPC rating must be D or below and your Council Tax Band A-D.

What tax bands are supported by the ECO scheme?

Low income households within the council tax bands A to D are eligible to gain access to support under the Great British Insulation Scheme.

I live in a rural area, am I eligible for ECO funding?

If you do not reside in a tax band area of A-D but you still have an EPC rating of D or below, you may still be eligible for ECO support. Check your eligibility with Residential Energy Services.

I don’t have a traditional gas boiler, can I apply for ECO funding?

Boiler upgrades are available as part of the Energy Company Obligation. As long as you meet the qualifying criteria with government-assisted benefits, your current tax band or your EPC rating, we will be able to help.

I already have loft insulation, can I apply for ECO funding?

Even if you have loft insulation, defective damaged or badly installed insulation can still result in heat loss. If you meet the qualifying criteria but you already have some insulating material at home, support is still available.

What is an EPC?

Your EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) is the officially recognised energy rating of your home, taking into account heating methods, building materials and energy usage. Every property owner’s aim should be to increase that EPC rating as much as possible, to help manage the cost of living and create a more comfortable healthy living environment.

How do I know what my EPC rating is?

Your overall EPC rating should be represented by a single letter on your certificate, ideally A, B or C. You can check your EPC rating and apply for a new certificate on the government website. If your rating is D or below you may qualify for free home improvements.

My EPC rating isn’t D or below; am I still eligible?

If your EPC rating is above D but you are still in a low-income household you may still be eligible for support under the ECO4 scheme. Check your eligibility with Residential Energy Services.

I don’t live in the ECO tax bands but I need help with my energy bills; what can I do?

You may still qualify for one of the government’s energy efficiency support schemes. The best option is to check your eligibility using our quick form.

For Contractors 

Are you a contractor looking for more information on Eco funding and becoming an eco-installer? Explore the Q&A below to get the information you need:

I’m a contractor; how do I get involved in the ECO scheme?

To be a registered ECO installer there are a number of qualifying criteria that you as a business must meet. Speak to us about becoming a trusted RES installer.

What are the minimum requirements to be a registered ECO installer?

You must be PAS:2030 certified and TrustMark registered. Scheme providers should supply you with registration if you meet the necessarily eligibility requirements; talk to us about participating in ECO.

What installations are included under the ECO scheme?

Works carried out under the Energy Company Obligation can include and are not limited to central heating, boiler replacement, loft insulation, interior and exterior wall insulation and flooring.

What are the retrofit requirements under the ECO scheme?

PAS:2030 is the official recognition of domestic retrofit standards. PAS:2035 works alongside PAS:2030 as the new standard for energy-efficient domestic retrofit and must be adhered to when carrying out works under eco-four or any government supported energy efficiency retrofit scheme.

My business can support the ECO scheme, how do I get in touch?

We work together with trusted installers around the UK that are able to install energy-saving measures in the best interest of households become a part of our trusted network here.

What effect could ECO have on minimum building requirements?

Measures encouraged through the Energy Company Obligation are already having an effect on new standards in the built environment. For example, traditional gas boilers are being phased out of new builds and air source heat pumps, solar panelling and various insulation methods are on the rise as standard fixtures in modern UK homes.

Home Assessments

A Home Energy Assessment (also known as a Retrofit Assessment) is conducted by a qualified Retrofit Assessor, who visits your home to inspect your property, review its current energy performance and evaluate any energy measures needed to improve the efficiency of your home. Find out more below:

How do I start preparing my home for ECO support?

The best way to prepare for your project home assessment is by completing this helpful start your project check sheet that will help our assessors to understand your property much quicker.

What is a Home Energy Assessment?

Your home energy assessment will determine what energy efficiency measures will be best suited for your home to have the maximum impact on your bills. The research carried out in this assessment will form the substance of your home energy plan.

What’s a Home Energy Assessment?

We put together a home energy plan for your home. In the assessment of your home we map out the energy efficiency measures that will most affect the cost of running your home and will detail each measure individually to estimate the cost of delivery and maintenance and provide further information on next steps to help get your project underway.

How much does a Home Energy Assessment cost?

We have two options available to ensure we can access as many people as possible with home energy advice to start you on your retrofit journey. An online assessment costs £99; an in-home assessment with a qualified Retrofit Assessor costs £199.

What happens during a Home Energy Assessment?

A home energy assessment takes around two hours. We analyse existing energy efficiency measures in your home such as insulation, and we take measures measurements to determine the scale of improvement needed. Our friendly team of assessors will talk you through our proposed improvements, explain the process going forward and answer any questions you have.

Why have a Home Energy Assessment before booking a contractor?

Completing a Home Energy Assessment means you are accurately scoping out the level of work needed and the reasons why. Our experienced assessors will conduct a thorough inspection of your home, looking at how you use your energy, how you heat your home, occupancy levels and current energy measures. We will then create a home energy assessment, also known as a retrofit assessment, which specifically sets out which energy measures are needed to make your home more energy efficient, and importantly, how much you should save by installing them.

Who chooses contractors to carry out the work?

With over 10 years experience in the energy efficiency sector, we are well placed to connect you with accredited and experienced installers. We only partner with accredited, qualified and reliable contractors and our assessors have a deep understanding of the type of expertise needed on hand on each project.

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