PORTFOLIO

Happy Energy Solutions are delivering a number of projects for private and public sector clients.

HEAT MELCOMBE REGIS

HEAT Melcombe Regis is a project funded by the Warm Homes Fund (WHF), Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme (FPNES) and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding to install energy efficiency measures to 500 fuel poor households in Weymouth, Dorset.  The impact of this includes:

  • Improvement in the health and wellbeing of householders due to warmer homes

  • Increasing the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of properties above an E

  • Reducing the cost of heating and hot water

  • Improving the fabric of properties

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HEAT THE HOME COUNTIES

HEAT the Home Counties is another project funded by the Warm Homes Fund (WHF), Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme (FPNES) and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funding to install energy efficiency measures to fuel poor households across 5 Local Authority areas comprising Bracknell Forest, Runnymede, Spelthorne, West Berkshire, Windsor and Maidenhead.


Working with the local councils, Rural and Urban areas are targeted with a range of appropriate measures for insulation and heating, the impact of this includes:​

  • Improvement in the health and wellbeing of householders due to warmer homes

  • Increasing the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of properties above an E

  • Reducing the cost of heating and hot water

  • Improving the fabric of properties

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HEAT DEVON

HEAT Devon is an in-house project funded through Energy Company Obligation (ECO), Better Care Fund (BCF) and other grants available for specific applicants from charitable trusts.

The aim of HEAT Devon is to reduce fuel poverty whilst reducing carbon emissions and increasing the energy efficiency of homes.

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HEAT SURREY

HEAT Surrey is another in-house project funded through Energy Company Obligation (ECO), Better Care Fund (BCF) and other grants available for specific applicants from charitable trusts.

The aim of HEAT Surrey is to reduce fuel poverty whilst reducing carbon emissions and increasing the energy efficiency of homes.

This assists the local authorities in Surrey to achieve their carbon reduction obligations whilst helping their residents to have lower heating / hot water costs, a healthier and more efficient home coupled with increased well being and the more general benefits that offers.

 

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