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Energy Efficiency Scheme
The Energy Efficiency Scheme can help provide simple and effective, free energy efficiency measures to eligible households.
This can provide up to £1,000 towards improvements that will make homes more energy efficient, helping to lower the volume of carbon emissions used and decrease energy costs for those on lower incomes.
Energy Doctor Service
An Energy Doctor Service is being offered to any Isle of Man household, providing free home health checks helping you to implement practical measures to enhance energy efficiency and lower your bills. They can help fit some energy saving items. To apply for a visit: freephone 0808 1624 276 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Green living grant scheme
A scheme to support those wanting to retro-fit homes via fabric improvements such as insulation and eventually by installing low carbon heating systems, making them more energy efficient and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy check up
An analysis of the home by the Home Energy Officer at Manx Utilities to determine its energy usage and costs, and to identify specific energy efficiency measures that would help make improvements.
LED lighting initiative
The initiative assists eligible households to reduce their energy usage by providing free LED lightbulbs – switching would mean using less than a fifth of the amount of electricity than traditional bulbs.
SmarterLiving is smart metering programme from the Manx Utilities Authority and also other 'clean tech' initiatives, such as electric vehicle charging and heat pumps.
Energy efficiency advice
There is lots of advice available on how to save energy within your household and help reduce the cost of bills.