The council is the first neighbouring authority to follow the Birmingham Energy Savers framework with Carillion.
The Telford Energy Savers scheme will fund energy-saving measures such as insulation, heating and renewable options where possible, through the Green Deal scheme so that the costs are met over time through savings on energy bills.
There are also grants available and a Government “early bird” cash back of up to £1,020 per household.
John Jago, Managing Director of Carillion Domestic Energy Services, said:
“UK homes are among the least energy efficient in the world, but through schemes like TES and with our partners we can go some way to making a real difference in our homes and with our communities.”
TES builds on the success of the Birmingham Energy Savers programme which began earlier this year.
Telford & Wrekin Council is one of the 40 neighbouring authorities who signed up to the Birmingham Energy Savers framework agreement which enabled them to contract with Carillion without incurring the time and expense of going through the OJEU contracting process.