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Are you involved in the ECO government boiler replacement scheme?

  • 16 November 2020
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Hi,

Are you involved in the ECO government boiler replacement scheme please?

Thanks, 

Deborah 

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Best answer by Nataly 17 November 2020, 10:41

Hi @detdeborah and welcome to the Community :slight_smile:

Just to let you know, I’ve moved your post to its own new thread as it was about a new topic. 

This is a really good question! We do participate in ECO - but it’s delivered by a third party on our behalf, via their network of local installers. 

One option is to find a local installer online who participates in ECO, as they’ll be able to access funding through any suppliers they are partnered with. Your local authority may be able to help, too.:thumbsup:
It’s definitely worth noting in terms of ECO, it doesn't matter which supplier you’re with - you can have an installation funded through any supplier who’s ECO obligated. 

Hope that helps! 

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Hi,

Are you involved in the ECO government boiler replacement scheme please?

Thanks, 

Deborah 

Hi @detdeborah 

Considering the Energy Company Obligation Scheme is not related to this thread regarding replacement meters, you should consider starting your own thread with your question.

According to this Which article, Pure Planet does not currently reach the threshold for ECO3, however, you don’t need to be with the energy provider to qualify.


Kindest Regards

Gwyndy

Hi @detdeborah and welcome to the Community :slight_smile:

Just to let you know, I’ve moved your post to its own new thread as it was about a new topic. 

This is a really good question! We do participate in ECO - but it’s delivered by a third party on our behalf, via their network of local installers. 

One option is to find a local installer online who participates in ECO, as they’ll be able to access funding through any suppliers they are partnered with. Your local authority may be able to help, too.:thumbsup:
It’s definitely worth noting in terms of ECO, it doesn't matter which supplier you’re with - you can have an installation funded through any supplier who’s ECO obligated. 

Hope that helps! 

According to this Which article, Pure Planet does not currently reach the threshold for ECO3, however, you don’t need to be with the energy provider to qualify.

Hey @Gwyndy 

Thanks for helping out and linking to this article :blush: great point that you don’t need to be with the energy supplier to qualify, that’s definitely really important!

I think Pure Planet does now appear on the list of ‘other suppliers’, underneath the Big 6. :sunglasses:

Has anyone had any luck with ECO through Anesco yet? We’re trying to get a new boiler through the scheme but are going round in circles. 
Any advice much appreciated. Cheers. Jen

Hi @jenniferaldred and welcome to the Community :relaxed:

To request ECO, you could try the following:

  • Contacting your local authority, who should be able to get in touch with an installer in the local area on your behalf, or put you in touch with the relevant installer - that’s probably the method I’d most recommend! 
  • Contacting one of the larger suppliers, e.g. one of the Big Six, who may have a contract with an installer in your area

Hopefully that helps! 

Hi @detdeborah and welcome to the Community :slight_smile:

Just to let you know, I’ve moved your post to its own new thread as it was about a new topic. 

This is a really good question! We do participate in ECO - but it’s delivered by a third party on our behalf, via their network of local installers. 

One option is to find a local installer online who participates in ECO, as they’ll be able to access funding through any suppliers they are partnered with. Your local authority may be able to help, too.:thumbsup:
It’s definitely worth noting in terms of ECO, it doesn't matter which supplier you’re with - you can have an installation funded through any supplier who’s ECO obligated. 

Hope that helps! 

A reply mentioned PPlanet working through another firm and their network.  Who is this?

Hey @PeteP 

The partner we work with on ECO receive their work from other sources, rather than from customer queries. 

It’d be recommended to follow the advice above :relaxed:   - 

  • Contacting your local authority, who should be able to get in touch with an installer in the local area on your behalf, or put you in touch with the relevant installer - that’s probably the method I’d most recommend! 
  • Contacting one of the larger suppliers, e.g. one of the Big Six, who may have a contract with an installer in your area

 

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