Find energy grants and ways to save energy in your home

The below information on how to make your home more energy efficient has been made available on which I have enclosed below:

Find out how to make your home more energy efficient and reduce your bills.

The Simple Energy Advice website has advice on ways to save energy, such as:

  • insulating your loft and cavity walls
  • draught-proofing windows and doors
  • upgrading your boiler
  • installing double glazing
  • using alternative sources of energy, such as solar power

You can also find out if you’re eligible for a home energy grant to help pay for things like loft and cavity wall insulation.

Use the Energy Efficiency Calculator for personalised advice on what you can do to cut your energy bills.


  1. L Jones
    April 9, 2022

    And the people who are writing these ”simple guidelines” – doubtless they have NO IDEA in what dire straits some people are living – for whom even the price of draught-proofing tape is becoming beyond their means. Let alone the cost of double glazing or boiler upgrades. How very smug and out of touch the writers of these suggestions must be – as they sit comfortable and warm in their own well-appointed homes.

  2. Wrinkle
    April 11, 2022

    And of course those living in cold, damp, draughty house would never ever think of any of these solutions to make things better and to check out the cost of any solution. So many thanks for those ideas particularly from the subscribers of this site.

  3. alan jutson
    April 12, 2022

    Interesting, so thought I would go through the suggested process.
    Do not qualify for any assistance. (not a surprise)
    Completed the simple survey form with regards to existing house construction.
    Suggested gas plus electric cost is similar to my existing bills £2,500 per year.
    Improvements suggested to reduce bills further would cost £26,500 (does not include a heat pump)
    Suggested savings after completing all of above work £525 per year.
    Conclusion, it would take 50 years to pay back cost of improvements. !!
    That timescale would of course reduce if costs for utilities continue to increase.
    Conclusion, I have already done as much as is sensible, so I am at the mercy of the power suppliers.

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