5. ECO installers
Below is a list of companies who have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Exeter City Council and are available to identify which qualifying works may be appropriate for your home and if they can be funded under the ECO scheme.
Exeter City Council in no way endorses the work undertaken by these companies; we will not have seen the quality of their work, as we are not the overseeing authority.
The list is to help local residents identify companies available to undertake this type of work in the area. The list is in alphabetical order and not in any priority order:
Exeter City Council asks that the above companies do not cold-call. If you are cold-called about energy efficiency improvements we would advise that you do not sign up to anything – if you are interested in grant funded energy efficiency works you should start by contacting Exeter Community Energy who offer a range of energy saving measures, offering financial support and advice on the most cost-effective options for your home.
Under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) Help to Heat local flexible eligibility, energy suppliers/installers are able to offer grants using the Council's eligibility criteria in the Statement of Intent (SOI). This allows installers to install fully funded or subsidised energy saving measures for households, which have been declared eligible under the SOI. The Council do not provide the funding or instruct companies to cold-call on their behalf; certain energy suppliers have legal obligations under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) to fund this area of work.
There are a number of installing companies who are contacting residents regarding the grants. The Council does not recommend or endorse any specific companies and these companies are not Council representatives. No company should be claiming to be working for the Council offering home improvements