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Energy-efficiency grants

The Local Authority Delivery (LAD) Scheme provides grants to homes with Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E, F or G. You need to earn less than £30K per year to be eligible. A range of heating, insulation and renewable energy grants are available under this grant scheme.

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Energy saving grants

Don't miss out on claiming these free grants for heating and insulation.

Renewable Energy

Heat pumps and solar options are available in some areas.

Electric Heating Upgrade

Included as a measure where existing heating is electric.

First Time Central Heating (FTCH)

Included in the scheme for properties that have never had central heating.


A range of insulation options are included in the scheme including cavity wall insulation, underfloor insulation, loft insulation, room in roof insulation and solid wall insulation


Simple application process

Find out if you are eligible in the time it takes to make a cuppa.



The application process is easy and will take 2 mins.


Free survey

If you are eligible, a free survey will be booked.



Installation at a time that suits by a Registered Installer.

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If you have a question that isn't answered here please contact us as we'd be more than happy to help.

You’ll need to get the grant through a TrustMark-registered installer who has been contracted by your Local Authority. Your installer will also need to meet PAS and MCS standards when installing grants in your home.

Households need to have a maximum annual household income of £30,000 to be eligible for LAD grants.

Yes! Although only for two-thirds of the cost of installations up to a maximum of £5,000.

Grants will cover the full cost of installation for home owners up to a maximum grant value of £10,000. For private tenants and landlords grants will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible improvements up to a maximum value of £5,000.

If you live in England or Wales you can visit the EPC Register to view the EPC for your property. If you live in Scotland you should visit the Scottish EPC Register.

If the property doesn’t have an Energy Performance Certificate the installer can carry out an energy assessment to determine if the property is eligible for funding.

Do you qualify?

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Who is eligible?

The scheme is targeting people that have high fuel costs and a low income. If a member of your household receives any. Government benefits you might qualify for a grant. Grants are also available if you are certified as ‘fuel poor’ or ‘low income and vulnerable’ by your local council. So if you don't claim benefits but you have high fuel costs, you might be eligible through local authority funding rules.

Your home will need to have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E, F or G. If you do not have an Energy Performance Certificate or if you aren't sure what your rating is you can use the grant checker to check eligibility for grants in less than 30 seconds.

To be eligible for grants your total annual household income must be less than £30K. You will need to evidence this with bank statements and payslips.

If your income is over £30K but you have claimed benefits within the last year and a half you might still qualify for a grant. Use the free eligibility checker to see if you qualify for a grant.