The site at Big Pit includes a number of listed buildings and WWCG was able to provide valuable planning advice which enabled the project to secure the necessary planning consents.
It has invited WWCG to work with it on a number of other projects, including PV and biomass installations.
assistant projects director Helen Perkins said: "The works have gone well and we're pleased that householders are already noticing the difference made by insulating their properties."
The Council and WWCG have worked to maximise the funding opportunities available, ensuring as many households as possible will benefit.
Phil Roberts, chief executive of WWCG said: "We are delighted to have assisted Ceredigion County Council to bring substantial benefits to these vulnerable communities and capture benefits for local employment."
Fortunately, Miss Evans read about the free boiler scheme and got in touch with WWCG to see if she was eligible.
Helen Perkins, assistant projects director at WWCG, said: "We're really happy to be able to assist Miss Evans and her family as we have.
Wales is leading the way in the UK with this innovative scheme and WWCG and its partners will not only be focusing on helping those most in need by reducing fuel costs and alleviating fuel poverty, but also making local job creation and training a key part of each and every project.
As a forward thinking and highly successful community interest company WWCG is able to access grant aid under Carbon Emission Reduction Target (CERT) and the Community Energy Savings Programme (CESP) from a number of sources.
Working with communities WWCG has already delivered more than pounds 30m of investment into Wales, with funding obtained from a range of partners creating energy savings of more than pounds 52m.
And, once the team from WWCG
had carried out the necessary checks and found Mrs Langley to be eligible, installers from A&M Energy Solutions fitted the boiler and ensured everything was working properly.