Rishi Sunak’s mini budget: green upgrades
edited 8 July at 7:28PM in Green & Ethical MoneySaving
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In the mini budget today:
Homeowners can benefit from £2bn of grants to pay for “green” upgrades to make their houses more energy efficient. Vouchers worth up to £5,000 will be issued while poorer households could get up to £10,000 to make the upgrades, such as loft and wall insulation. It will provide at least £2 for every £1 homeowners spend on making their properties more energy efficient and the Treasury expects the measure to support more than 100,000 green jobs.
I read somewhere this includes heat pumps but does anyone have the detail on this? How about ASHPs, solar panels and batteries - are they included?
Can we keep the focus on what’s covered, please, rather than making political points.
Northern Lincolnshire. 7.8 kWp system, (4.2 kw west facing panels , 3.6 kw east facing), Solis inverters, Solar IBoost water heater, Mitsubishi SRK35ZS-S and SRK20ZS-S Wall Mounted Inverter Heat Pumps, Nissan Leaf (plus some ICEs:) )