The Home Energy Saving (HES) scheme provides GRANTS to homeowners who are interested in improving the energy efficiency of their home in order to reduce energy use and costs and greenhouse gas emissions. It is a national scheme and thus open to all owners of existing houses. The scheme is administered by Sustainable Energy Ireland and its agents.
The scheme has been launched/announced now in order to allow interested contractors to apply for registration. Once there are sufficient registered contractors available to the scheme there will be a further announcement regarding householder applications.
Assistance will be provided by the payment of fixed grants towards the costs of implementing remedial measures. The types of measures eligible under this scheme are roof insulation, wall insulation and high efficiency boilers and heating controls. There is also a grant for households who choose to get a Building Energy Rating (BER) assessment Before and After the works are completed.
Grants are payable when measures are completed in compliance with the scheme’s Terms and Conditions. The steps involved in getting a grant payment are:
Please see the leaflets below for further information on the various measures that can be implemented in your home and are eligible for grants.
For further information on the scheme or to register your interest visit the website www.sei.ie
- Ceiling Level Roof Insulation
- Heating Controls
- High Efficiency Boiler
- Rafter Level Roof Insulation
- Wall Insulation
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