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Funding Your New Heating System

Installing a heat pump may be the solution for you if you're looking to reduce your energy usage, lower your carbon footprint and keep your home warm and cosy. To make this solution more accessible, there is significant financial support available for heat pump installations in Scotland.

The Home Energy Scotland Grant and Loan is designed to help with the cost of installing heat pumps and energy efficiency improvements. Grant funding for heat pumps is up to £7,500 - or £9,000 for households which qualify as rural. Further funding can be requested as an optional interest-free loan.

The Scottish Government funds the Home Energy Scotland Grant and Loan funding scheme, giving homeowners access to the following funding:

Up to £15,000 to install a heat pump (up to £7,500 as a grant plus up to £7,500 as an optional loan, or £9,000 grant plus £7,500 optional loan if the household qualifies for the rural uplift)*

Click here to visit Home Energy Scotland to begin your application!

Note – Only installations by MCS registered installers (such as us!) will allow access to any funding. If you need any advice or assistance, just ask. 


More About the Energy Saving Trust


“Energy Saving Trust is an independent organisation - working to address the climate emergency.  A respected and trusted voice on energy efficiency and clean energy solutions, we continue to work towards a smart, decarbonised, decentralised energy system.*”

The Trust provides practical advice about how to make your home more energy efficient (heating, draught proofing, grants), low carbon travel (electric vehicles, low emission zones, active travel) and how communities, local authorities, supply chains and businesses can work towards a sustainable, energy efficient future.

*Source The Energy Saving Trust 

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