The Local Authority Competition closed in 2012.
This competition aims to cut heating costs by installing measures like efficient boilers and insulation.
In 2012 the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) launched a Local Authority competition, which closed to applications on 30 November 2012.
DECC has awarded £46 million to projects across the country to help reduce fuel poverty, boost energy efficiency and encourage collective switching and purchasing across the country.
The £46 million has been allocated in 3 areas:
DECC Local Authority Competition 2012/13 projects awarded funding
(PDF, 313KB, 11 pages)
Read the press notice: £46 million boost for 132 local energy schemes.
Bids for each of the competitions were judged separately against a range of criteria including:
Local Authority competition guidance pack
(PDF, 180KB, 37 pages)
A live webchat took place on Tuesday 13 November 2012 at 10am. You can watch a complete replay of the event: Local Authority webchat.
Further background information is available on the National Archives website.
24 January 2013
Department of Energy & Climate Change
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