The Great British Insulation Scheme (GBIS)

The Great British Insulation Scheme is a new government scheme to help people insulate their homes, make them more energy efficient and save money on their energy bills. The scheme will run until March 2026.

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What is the The Great British Insulation Scheme (GBIS)?

Previously known as ECO+, the £1 billion scheme will help around 300,000 households across the country with the cost of installing new home insulation and will save consumers around £300 to £400 a year on their bills.

The scheme works by obligating energy suppliers to help customers to reduce their heating bills, through the installation of energy efficiency measures such as loft and cavity wall insulation.

    The scheme will boost help for those on the lowest incomes, as well as extending support to a wider range of households living in the least energy-efficient homes in the country (those with an Energy Performance Certificate rating of D or below) and in the lower Council Tax bands (A-D and England, A-E in Scotland and Wales). This means more people than ever, particularly those struggling with their bills, will be able get help with the cost of making their home more energy efficient. Making our homes more energy efficient is the best way of cutting household energy use and reducing heating bills.

     

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    The cost of this may be covered in full through the scheme, or you may be offered the insulation for a contribution, depending on your circumstances, the measure and any property issues.

    Please use the available form if you would like to find out more about The Great British Insulation Scheme (GBIS). We look forward to hearing from you.

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