Borough Council of Wellingborough

Energy Efficiency

 Energy efficiency saves money!

Find out how you can be more energy efficient in your home, save money on your energy bills and get information on saving water and reducing household waste

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Need help with essential repairs including homesecurity, stair rails, grab rails, keysafes, smoke alarms, plumbing?

Struggling to keep warm at home?

1. Basic advice to save energy in your home.
Energy Advice
Insulating your home

2. Thinking about installing renewable energy?
Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps
Photovoltaic (PV)
Solar Heating
Wind Turbines
Feed in Tariffs
Smart Meters

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3. EPC's

Since October 2008 all homes bought, sold or rented out require an EPC. The certificate provides 'A' to 'G' ratings for the building, with 'A' being the most energy efficient and 'G' being the least, with the average up to now being 'D'.

From April 2016, landlords cannot unreasonably refuse requests from their tenants for consent to energy efficiency improvements, where financial support is available such as the Green Deal or the Energy Company Obligation (ECO).

From April 2018, all private rented properties will be required to achieve a minimum energy efficiency standard rating. The required standard is likely to be set at an EPC rating of "E". 
To find an assessor in your area, or to check the validity of an EPC, please visit the Landmark Register website at: