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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

The Greater South East Energy Hub has been building a supply chain of installers, ready to provide energy-efficiency measures, renewable energy and low carbon heating in homes across the Greater South East region. They are keen to see more Kent companies benefit from this opportunity.

These domestic retrofit schemes will deliver energy-saving upgrades and low-carbon heating to homes in England, meaning tens of thousands more households nationally will be able to be more energy efficient.  The works programme is funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and delivered via local authorities and the Energy Hub.

Authorities from across the region are sourcing installers for retrofit work from the Hub’s procurement portal, the Greater South East Energy Hub Trades DPS, which is open for applications from all fully accredited and Trustmark/MCS registered businesses, whether large or small. Guidance on the DPS process and further details on requirements for installers can be found on our website at  Alternatively, contact  if you have any questions.

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