We’re pleased to announce that Encore Energy is supporting the Green Homes Grant Scheme – a £2billion package to help the UK bounce back from the covid-19 pandemic by saving money, cutting carbon and creating jobs.
The initiative – which launches in September – will support an estimated 140,000 green energy jobs which is great news for our Energy Division. It sets out to make 650,000 homes more energy efficient, help save households money on bills and lower the UK’s carbon emission by more than half a mega tonne per year (the equivalent to taking 270,000 cars off the road).
How we’re helping:
With over 10 years operating in the Renewable Energy market all over the UK, more than 10,000 engineers registered to our database and immediate access to clients and tradespeople in the associated industries, we’re perfectly positioned to support businesses in need registering for the Grant and find associated tradespeople their perfect role.
We’re now looking to speak to any client anticipating an uplift in work who requires support and any tradespeople looking for a new contract or permanent opportunity specialising in solid wall, under floor, cavity wall or roof insulation, air source or ground source heat pump, solar thermal, double, triple or secondary glazing, upgrading energy efficient doors and heating.
We’re proud to be focused on playing our part in contributing to the Government’s 2050 net zero carbon target, by putting as many associated tradespeople into work as possible. The Green Homes Grant scheme is the head start we need. 24 million homes require improvements to achieve the Government’s goal and the construction and energy industries will play a crucial role in the delivery of low carbon homes.
We’re encouraging our database to register their interest as a tradesperson looking for work or as a client looking for tradespeople by calling 01604 824177 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can find out more about the Green Homes Grant Scheme here: https://www.encorepersonnel.co.uk/green-homes-grant/