Different areas may offer different grants to help you with the cost of installing an air source heat pump. In this section, we provide a brief overview and links to some of the main organisations that you can contact for further information on grants and loans.
The government Boiler Upgrade Scheme was launched in April 2022. It will provide a boiler upgrade grant to help owners of domestic and small non-domestic properties in England or Wales with the upfront cost of installing low carbon heating systems, such as heat pumps. It will run from 2022 to 2025. Read more here
Find out more about the scheme on the government website.
Home Energy Scotland delivers the loan and cashback schemes of behalf of the Scottish Government Loans are available to owner occupiers who live in their properties and to self-builders for both energy efficiency measures and renewables measures, and attract up to 40% and 75% respectively, dependent on the measures being installed. Cashback is based on total cost and capped at a maximum value.
Find out more Home Energy Scotland
Check out the information and grants available - visit The Housing Executive - Community (nihe.gov.uk).
NIDirect Government Services has information about air source heat pumps here Air source heat pumps | nidirect
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) provides information on grants for installing air source heat pumps, up to €6,500. Visit the SEAI website for more information.