Receive up to £10,000 for home energy improvements

Updated: 11 May 2021

Homeowners could receive up to £10,000 towards the cost of energy efficiency measures.

Homeowners could receive up to £10,000, or landlords a £5,000 contribution, towards the cost of energy efficiency measures.

Three Rivers District Council has successfully secured Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery funding to help lower income households have a more energy efficient home.

Residents may be eligible for funding if they have a combined household income less than or around £30,000 per year and live in a property with a low energy efficiency rating (G, F, E or D rating).

Energy efficiency measures could include wall, loft and underfloor insulation, solar panels, and low carbon heating upgrades.

Cllr Phil Williams, the council’s Lead Member for Environmental Services and Sustainability, said: "This is a great way for households to save money, stay warm, and reduce their carbon footprint, while helping the district achieve the government target of net-zero carbon by 2050.”

If you think you may qualify, please contact the National Energy Foundation on their free helpline at 0800 038 6030 or visit  to learn more.