Energy efficiency and conservation
The Council is responsible under the Home Energy Conservation Act 1995 to report on the percentage of energy efficiency improvements in the housing stock in the Borough. The Council also work in partnership with other agencies to advise, educate and promote energy efficiency schemes, grants and discounts to residents in the Borough.
For further information please contact us Online: Contact the Environmental Promotions Team or call 01322 343056.
The Council's current energy initiatives
Delivering Affordable Warmth – A Fuel Poverty Strategy for Kent
Every year, millions of households throughout England will struggle to keep warm at home.
The Kent Energy Efficiency Partnership have produced a new document called Delivering Affordable Warmth - A Fuel Poverty Strategy for Kent PDF, 1367.73 KB which is now out for consultation. The consultation runs until 4 March 2016.
The Strategy outlines the key issues and sets out a series of objectives with the aim of helping people in Kent out of fuel poverty and into affordable warmth. With input from a wide range of organisations it demonstrates a commitment to work in partnership to alleviate fuel poverty across Kent.
Please complete our survey to help us ensure that we are delivering the right priorities for Kent to reduce fuel poverty and improve the wider health outcomes.
If you need the document in an alternative format please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cut Energy Bills - Switch Together
The Warmer Streets Project is a £4m energy efficiency improvement programme
Statutory guidance on the Home Energy Conservation Act 1995 was revised in 2013 placing a duty on Councils with housing responsibilities to prepare and publish a report at two yearly intervals on energy conservation.
Warm Homes Scheme