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You could benefit from up to £10,000 of energy efficiency measures through funding provided by the Local Authority Delivery fund, installed by our delivery partner E.ON.
If you are a homeowner, you can now apply for up to £10,000 to increase your home’s energy efficiency and save money on your fuel bills.
The scheme includes FREE energy efficient measures including:
- Air Source Heat Pumps
- Solar PV (Photovoltaics)
- Single glazed window replacements
- External wall and loft insulation
If you are a homeowner and your property has an energy efficiency rating of D, E, F or G and your household income is less than £30,000 then you may be eligible for support.
Landlords may also be eligible for up to £5,000 towards improvements at a tenanted property but will be expected to make a financial contribution to the total cost.
How to apply
To check if you are eligible and see what improvements could be made to your home, visit E.ON Energy's website.
You can also call the E.ON team on 0333 202 4820 (lines are open Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm)
What happens if I qualify?
If you qualify, one of E.ON’s assessors will visit you and survey your home to determine the best energy efficiency measures or mix of measures for your home.
They will then discuss the options with you and explain more about the measures that could be installed on your property.
More about the scheme
The scheme, delivered by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council working with E.ON, enables eligible households across the Tees Valley to benefit from energy efficiency upgrades at zero cost with no strings attached. The scheme is expected to run until December 2021.