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Home Energy Efficiency Programme

What is it?

A new National Retrofit Programme was one of the proposals put forward in the Scottish Government's Sustainable Housing Strategy - "Homes don't cost the Earth" - published in June 2012. The commitment was made by the then Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure and Capital Investment, Alex Neil in a statement to the Scottish Parliament in early June 2012.

The National Retrofit Programme, now renamed Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland: Area Based Schemes Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland: Area Based Schemes, is a Scottish Government programme to tackle fuel poverty and increase energy efficiency in homes. The Scheme, which was officially launched on 8th March 2013, will replace the Universal Home Insulation Scheme. Glasgow's annual allocation is detailed in the table below

 Financial Year  

 Core Allocation    

 Additional Funding 
Allocation 

 Total Award 

 2013/14

 £6,707,899

 £2,001,571

 £8,609,470

 2014/15

 £3,491,912

 £1,078,061

 £4,569,973

 2015/16

 £4,282,799

 £2,632,201

 £6,915,000

HEEPS allocations can be found on the Scottish Government website

The 2014/15 Annual Report for the pdf icon Affordable Warmth Programme [544kb] provides full details of completed projects.

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