The Act on Energy Installer Network
The Act on Energy installer network is a list of trusted contractors who are seeking to work with us to deliver a range of local authority projects as follows:
Act on Energy manage the delivery of the following energy efficiency schemes for homeowner’s and private rented properties (* Social housing is not included) across the areas listed below.
- Coventry City Council – Keeping Coventry Warm -Funding for qualifying households to install external wall insulation, loft insulation, replacement boilers & full heating systems, replacement or new storage heating, heating controls.
- Bromsgrove District Council – Funding for qualifying households to replace Boilers that are broken, faulty, or F or G rated, New Central Heating Systems, Loft and Cavity Wall Insulation, Boiler Service & Repairs.
- Redditch Borough Council – Funding for qualifying households to replace Boilers that are broken, faulty, or F or G rated, New Central Heating Systems, Loft and Cavity Wall Insulation, Boiler Service & Repairs.
- Warwickshire County Council – Warm & Well in Warwickshire – Funding for Boiler Replacements, Servicing & Repairs
- Household & Energy support Funds – Across Worcestershire, Stratford district and Solihull MBC (whilst funding is available).
- Households across all areas we cover who are seeking energy efficiency works on an Able to pay basis.
To apply to deliver installs for the above schemes there is a two-stage application process. In the first instance, expressions of interest or enquiries should be made to firstname.lastname@example.org please confirm the following when enquiring:
- That your company has been trading for a minimum of 3 years,
- Measures you are able to install
- Geographical areas you are seeking to cover
Once we receive your expression of interest we will review your enquiry and advise if we are able to move forward to the next stage. If successful we will forward to you a formal application form and Memorandum of Understanding to complete. Please allow 10 working days for a response at this stage.
Once we receive and have completed the review of your formal application we will arrange to meet you either face to face or online to discuss working with you in more detail and the expectations of installers, the *fee structure and reporting requirements (*if applicable). The whole process to onboard should take no more than four weeks.
If you would like to have an informal conversation about the network before applying, please advise in your email and we will arrange a call with our Head of Technical Service.
ECO 4 & ECO Flex – How to onboard
Act on Energy have made the decision to outsource the onboarding process for ECO 4/ECO Flex contractors, processing of ECOflex eligible applications requires significant administrative resource and it isn’t financially viable for us to deliver this process in full. We believe the new process will be an effective route to delivering ECO4 & flex to household’s across the areas we cover, watch this space for updates soon.
Whilst we are in the process of setting up our new flex process we ask that you please bear with us as this takes time, please do not call or email Act on Energy for updates as soon as the new process is ready to go live information about how to onboard as a ECO contractor will be posted on this page.
- Please note that at the current time across our areas the only Statement of intent that has been published is Solihull Metropolitan Borough Councils. We are unable to advise or update as to when other areas will go live at this stage. Any announcement’s will be made on our website.
Act on Energy are unable to onboard contractors to deliver works through the HUGs 2 programme, to be part of the delivery process you will need to engage with the Midlands Net Zero hub About Midlands Net Zero Hub – Midlands Net Zero Hub through them you can enquire about joining the DPS Dynamic Purchasing system to register as a contractor, and if successful you will be able to bid to deliver works when posted there by Local authorities.
Please note that some local authorities have procured directly with frameworks and contractors so you may not be able to access all areas.