Recently you may have been seeing more and more in the news and online about COP26 – but what is it? And why is it so important? This piece will help breakdown the origins, goals, and significance of COP26 and help you get up to date with one of the most significant events in the global calendar this year.
Warmer Homes West Midlands are working in partnership with Coventry City Council who have obtained funding through the national Local Authority Development Scheme (LADS) to improve the energy efficiency of low-income households and low EPC rated homes, including those living in the lowest quality off-gas grid homes across their district.
A range of measures have been made available through this scheme, which can reduce and prevent heat and energy loss in the home and reduce fuel bills.
- External wall insulation (EWI).
- Cavity wall insulation (CWI).
- Loft insulation.
- Photovoltaic (PV) solar panels.
Homeowners will qualify for funding if the following two criteria are met:
- You have a combined gross household income (including any benefits you receive) of under £30,000
- Your home has a home energy performance certificate (EPC) rating of D, E, F or G.
Tenures eligible for funding:
- Owner occupiers.
To register your interest fill out our expression of interest form HERE.
Please note that all applications are subject to a technical survey and an application acceptance does not guarantee that work will go ahead.
Birmingham has become the third city in the UK to adopt a Clean Air Zone (CAZ), in an effort to control pollution in its city centre. This means that owners of older cars will have to pay £8-a-day to enter Birmingham.
The sun is shining and summer is in full swing! Many of us will be enjoying Barbeque with a couple of close friends and family at this time of year. Cooking and entertaining means consuming energy; but follow some simple tips and you can reduce your energy consumption and save you a money at the same time.