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Scheme to tackle fuel poverty and cut carbon emissions launched

The Darlington and Stockton Times reports that residents on low incomes in parts of North Yorkshire are set to benefit from a scheme aimed at tackling fuel poverty and cutting carbon emissions

The Green Homes Grant scheme is operating in the Hambleton, Richmondshire and Ryedale district council areas and the Scarborough Borough Council area.

Any household in these areas with an annual income below £30,000 and a low energy efficient property can apply for the full cost of having a range of energy efficient and low carbon measures installed in their home including external and cavity wall insulation, double glazed windows and doors, loft insulation, solar panels, air source heat pumps and smart heating controls.

Energy provider E.ON is working with the councils to deliver the scheme and will be installing the energy efficiency measures in customers' homes.

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The Darlington and Stockton Times - Scheme to tackle fuel poverty and cut carbon emissions launched in North Yorkshire

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