Green Homes Grants

Green Homes Grants

Government funding for a greener, warmer home

The Government’s Green Homes Grant scheme closed to new applications as of 5pm 31 March 2021.

I need to know more about energy efficiency technologies

If you would like to read more about the sort of improvements you can make to your home to make it more energy efficient and save money, you could read our case studies. There's one for each type of technology, from Ground Source Heat Pumps to Solar Thermal Heating

I need some advice

Carbon Neutral Cambridge

Carbon Neutral Cambridge has undertaken some work to create heatmaps and detailed postcode maps showing the areas of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority that have concentrations of homes with either “poor” or “very poor” loft insulation, or uninsulated or partially insulated cavity walls. You can view information for South Cambridgeshire on the Carbon Neutral Cambridge website

The top 21 'hotspot' villages identified in South Cambridgeshire are: Bar Hill; Bassingbourn; Caldecote; Cambourne; Duxford; Fen Ditton; Fen Drayton; Foxton; Girton; Great and Little Shelford; Hardwick; Hauxton; Histon; Linton; Melbourn; Milton; Over; Sawston; Stow cum Quy; Teversham; and Waterbeach. 

Simple Energy Advice

Simple Energy Advice logoYou can find out how to improve the energy efficiency and heating in your home from Simple Energy Advice. Visit the website to check what energy efficiency or low carbon heating improvements may be best suited to your home. 

Local Energy Advice Partnership

Local Energy Advice Partnership logoThe Council has also partnered with LEAP (the Local Energy Advice Partnership), which offers a free energy advice service for our residents, and can also provide things like free LED bulbs and draught proofing; help to understand tariffs; referrals for funding for improvements and more. 

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