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Lincolnshire councils highlight funding for Government energy efficiency scheme

11:53 am, Tuesday, 20th October 2020 - 4 years ago

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Councils from across Greater Lincolnshire have joined forces to help people cut their home energy costs.

Launched in June, the Lincs 4 Warmer Homes (L4WH) scheme was set up across Greater Lincolnshire offering home energy efficiency improvements and advice.

As part of this, the partnership is calling for residents to enquire about the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding stream now available.

Improvements available as part of the funding include

  • Loft insulation
  • Cavity wall insulation
  • Solid wall insulation
  • Boiler replacements
  • First-time central heating

Councillor John Fenty, cabinet member for Housing at North East Lincolnshire Council, said: “We’re proud to be able to support residents with the ECO funding available through the partnership. 

“It’s really important people have the appropriate insulation to keep their homes warm at a reduced cost.

“I urge everyone to get in touch with the team to find out what help they could be eligible for.”

L4WH is administered by North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE, for all ten local authorities.

For more information or to contact Lincolnshire for Warmer Homes about funding opportunities visit www.l4wh.co.uk, call (01472) 326434 or email [email protected].

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