Energy and fuel

If you are struggling to heat your home call us on 01992 453 700 or email ISManagement@b3living.org.uk.

What are you looking for?

  • Help with energy costs - The Warm Home Discount Scheme (WHDS) is a government-led four-year scheme that runs from April 2011 to March 2015 to help low-income and vulnerable households with energy costs. If you think you qualify for the discount, contact your energy supplier. You will need to have evidence of the benefits you receive. You must apply before April to receive the discount for the following 12 months. Read more about other government-led initiatives to help you heat your home.
  • LEAP is a free service that is helping people keep warm and reduce their energy bills without costing them any money. 
  • If you are worried about paying for your energy bills and keeping your house warm this winter, you can call the free, confidential Home Heat Helpline (0800 33 66 99) for help and advice. The Home Heat Helpline can give you advice on:
  1. Rebates: helping to get money off your energy bills
  2. Some great ways to save energy and money, including grants available for things like insulation and new boilers
  3. Other benefits you might be eligible for

If you are struggling call us on 01992 453 700 or email ISManagement@b3living.org.uk 

Green Technology - The government have started a new programme called "Green Deal" that can help you make energy-saving improvements to your home without having to pay all the costs immediately. For more information visit www.gov.uk or call 0300 123 1234.

Advice on gas and electricity -

You can get free, impartial advice from Uswitch on how to save money on gas and electricity. You can compare all suppliers and plans.

If you are a homeowner, you could think about installing loft insulation to around 270mm to save yourself around £145 a year (if you have no insulation at present). 

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