HHCRO funding

The Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation (HHCRO) target.

We have HHCRO funding available now. Contact us today for the latest rates and payment terms and join Acrobat as a partner installer

What is HHRCO?

Energy companies are obliged to reduce the cost of heating homes by £3.7bn. HHRCO requires energy suppliers to provide measures to assist a specific group of households known as the Affordable Warmth Group. The goal is to help them affordably heat their homes. Under HHCRO the measures installed must lead to a saving in the households heating bills.

Therefore a wide range of heating and insulation measures are included as below:

• Qualifying Boilers (Oil, LPG or Gas)
• Electric Storage Heaters
• Room in Roof
• Cavity Wall Insulation
• Virgin Loft
• Loft Top ups
• Solid Wall Insulation

In addition to the standard measure we can also look at project based solutions such as District Heating and Renewables.

Please contact us for more details on 0161 654 3640

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Who can benefit?
HHCRO concentrates on low income and vulnerable private households designated the Affordable Warmth Group. There are estimated to be 2.8m eligible homes in the Affordable Warmth Group. Click here to visit Ofgem for further guidance.

How is it assessed?
A full Green Deal assessment won’t be required but a deemed score score will be needed to identify, score and confirm the measures. It is likely that the measures will be 100% ECO2t funded.

We have HHCRO funding available now so please contact us on 0161 654 3640 for more details.

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