The new heat and buildings strategy set out by the government will provide nearly £4 billion in funds, some of which is dedicated to the brand new boiler upgrade scheme.
The boiler upgrade scheme was what we previously called the “clean home grant” and will be the replacement for the “RHI Renewable heat incentive” scheme.
Greenlinc renewables are MCS accredited so when the time comes and the grant is launched, we will be able to assist you with all aspects of the boiler upgrade scheme, from the initial application to the installation, right the way through to the process of redeeming the vouchers.
The brand new scheme is part of the governments plan to lower emissions in households and for each installation to be low carbon by the year 2035.
For more information on the boiler upgrade scheme and the heat and buildings strategy you can download the Government PDF file here. This also includes the requirements needed to qualify for the scheme.
If you would like to talk to us more regarding the boiler upgrade scheme in Lincoln & Lincolnshire, then please do send us a message via the contact page or give us a call.
Landlords, private landlords and all homeowners will be able to apply for the grant.
That being said the applicants must hold a valid energy performance certificate which has been issued within the last decade.
The scheme will run from April 2022 right the way through until April 2025 and will replace the old RHI scheme.
Heat pump installations including air source heat pumps, water source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps. It will also include the installation of Biomass boilers.
Up to £6000 for a ground source heat pump and £5000 for an air source heat pump.
Applicants could receive up to £6000 towards the installation and purchase of a heat pump. The applicant will then have to put the rest of the money towards the system.