About the project
Warmworks has been awarded funding from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to deliver the Electrification of Heat Demonstration Project to householders in South East Scotland.
The project will install a range of different heat pumps, which are a renewable form of domestic heating technology, in around 250 homes across the region. The majority of those homes will be privately owned and on the gas grid. The cost of the heat pump and installation is fully covered through funding from BEIS.
The project aims to make homes warmer and more energy efficient over the longer term, as well as reducing householders’ reliance on fossil fuels and traditional sources of heat. It is also intended to provide the UK Government with a greater understanding of the motivators behind householders installing heat pumps, the barriers they face in doing so and how a large-scale rollout of heat pumps might work in the future.
Who is involved in delivering the project?
There are three separate project areas in different parts of the UK, each managed by different companies.
Warmworks is the chosen delivery partner in South East Scotland.
Changeworks, a leading environmental charity based in Edinburgh, has been leading a programme of activity to find applicants for the project.
Interested in taking part?
The project has received a lot of interest and we aren’t currently looking for new applications. However, you can still register your interest with Changeworks via email@example.com and they will contact you if applications re-open.
How it will work
Warmworks will work closely with a range of partners to deliver the project and will oversee the delivery of the end-to-end process, ensuring that customers experience a first-class, streamlined service. The graphic below shows the steps that will be involved in the project.
How participants are selected
Changeworks has been leading a programme of activity to identify suitable participants for the project.
All participants that have been identified as being potentially suitable for this project so far have been contacted by Warmworks to arrange an assessment of their property
The installation phase of the project will last approximately one year, with the outcomes of the programme published by BEIS once all of the monitoring and evaluation is complete.
Accredited installation partners
Every member of Warmworks’ supply chain for this project will be held to our extremely high standards in terms of the quality of work they deliver.
This is consistently monitored by a dedicated performance management system and our in-house team provides daily support to all sub-contractors in order to ensure customers receive a first-class service.