The Greener Futures Partnership (GFP) says it aims to lower carbon emissions, reduce fuel poverty and improve conditions for residents.
Between October and December 2020 84% of new homes across England and 87% of new homes in Wales were given an EPC rating of A or B.
The stricken £1.5 billion scheme will close at 5pm on 31 March after reaching a fraction of the 600,000 homes it was meant to improve.
The Environmental Audit Committee says schemes like the Green Homes Grant are “poorly designed” and are “failing to make a big impact”.
Over 200 councils across England and Scotland have been awarded funding to upgrade some of the UK’s least energy-efficient homes.
Housing Executive has partnered with business utility specialists Fresh Energy to offer a free charity auditing service!
All new homes and extensions to existing homes will be required to have low-carbon heating and be zero-carbon ready by 2025.
Cartrefi Conwy has secured a £39 million financial package to help it provide new affordable homes and tackle homelessness.
Upgrades to make homes more energy-efficient are being held back by the lack of a clear pipeline of work, an FMB survey found.
Together’s Shared Loop Ground Source Heat Pump Project has been crowned Heat Pump City of the Year by the European Heat Pump Association.