Sustainable Warmth Cumbria Grants: Sustainable Warmth Cumbria Grants (carlisle.gov.uk)
Cumbrian district councils have secured funding to run the Sustainable Warmth scheme, which aims to install energy saving measures into over 1,300 homes across Cumbria.
You could be eligible for a grant up to £25,000 towards insulation and low carbon heating measures, if your household income is below £30,000 and your home has a low energy performance.
The scheme offers a range of energy efficiency improvements such as solid wall and cavity wall insulation, heat pumps, solar panels, underfloor insulation and first-time double glazing.
The grant is even available for private landlords to apply for qualifying tenants with up to £5,000 of funding available.
Free Energy Saving Advice from Cold to Cosy Homes Cumbria: Cold to Cosy Homes Cumbria – CAfS
Cold to Cosy Homes Cumbria is here to offer FREE energy saving advice and equipment to help you make your home warmer and more comfortable.
The Cold to Cosy Homes team has already helped hundreds of households to save money on their heating bills as well as do their bit for the planet by using less energy.
You or someone you know could benefit from a FREE advice phone call from a qualified assessor, who will advise you on the services you could benefit from.
These could include:
- Energy-efficient equipment such as FREE LED light bulbs, sent to you in the post
- Professionally installed draughtproofing
- Help with your energy bills and advice on switching energy tariff
- Referral to support agencies or for other grants
If you or someone you know has a health condition, is on a low income or is bereaved or moving in and out of homelessness, Cumbria Action for Sustainability can provide them with free advice and support. We can also help people in a range of other circumstances, including certain benefits. You can have a look at our broad eligibility criteria online, or just give us a call and we can advise.
You can apply for yourself, or for someone else.
At Cumbria Action for Sustainability, we have been helping people to save energy in their homes for more than 20 years. We run the service in conjunction with the Local Energy Advice Partnership (LEAP) and councils in Cumbria, supported by funding from the Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme.
If you need more information, please contact a member on our team on 01768 216500.