Tackling Fuel Poverty Caused By Cancer

Macmillan Cancer Support secured £278,874.20 in Round 7 during Phase One of the Energy Redress Scheme for their ambitious project.

Read the full case study here.

In-person energy advice stand

Energy Projects Plus

Warm and Well has assisted 2,000 households across Cheshire & Merseyside struggling to pay energy bills.

Read more in the case study.

Citizen Outreach Coalition - Energy Saving Awareness Campaign in-person meeting

Citizen Outreach Coalition

With funding from the Energy Redress Scheme, it launched its Energy Savings Awareness Campaign, which has helped hundreds of households with energy advice.

Read the full case study.

Warm Hub Lunch

Community Action Northumberland

Community Action Northumberland is committed to reducing fuel poverty in hard-to-reach rural communities of Northumberland with their Warm Hubs and volunteers.

Around 25,000 people attend the project each year.

You can read the full case study here.


Speakup Self Advocacy

Speakup Self Advocacy launched their successfully funded 'Prioritise Me' project in February 2019. This project has been successful in creating fuel poverty awareness and providing support via drop-in sessions, home visits, forums, training sessions and raising awareness for the Priority Service Registers.

Read the full case study here.


South Seeds employee at front desk helping community member

South Seeds

South Seeds is a community organisation based in the South Central area of Glasgow. On 1 Feb 2020, South Seeds received £98,859.20 funding from the Energy Redress Scheme to pay for its energy saving service for the local community. With an additional award in January 2022, they are pleased to be able to extend and expand the service until at least January 2024.

Read the full case study here.


Severn Wye Energy Agency

The Warm & Well - Home Energy Advice project launched in February 2019. This scheme works with very vulnerable people, giving critical advice and empowering vulnerable energy customers to save energy, switch tariffs and apply for eligible grants.

Read the full case study here.

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Research Institute for Disabled Consumers

RiDC was awarded £243,713 in Round 11 of the Energy Redress Scheme for a research project which aims to discover how disabled consumers can have greater access to sustainable energy. 

Read the full case study here


Cumbria Action for Sustainability

The Cold to Cosy Homes (Cumbria) project started in February 2019, and since then has completed over 300 home visits to vulnerable energy consumers. The project helps protect those most in need from fuel poverty, with expert advice or professionally installed energy measures.

Read the full case study here.

Research Institute for Disabled Consumers

The successful 'Which Heating Controls?' project has helped guide disabled and older consumers to find the right central heating controls for them.

Read the full case study here.



Wigan Community Energy Champions Programme

The Wigan Community Energy Champions programme was created to support hard-to-reach vulnerable energy consumers who wouldn’t otherwise engage with existing welfare.

Read the full case study here.

Money & Power

The Money and Power project was created to support vulnerable energy consumers and people in fuel poverty in Blackbird Leys, Oxford.

Read the full case study here.

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Bromley by Bow Centre

Bromley by Bow Centre (BBBC) is a community charity based in London that offers over 40 services and activities to households in their area. The BBBC energy advice service offers free, impartial and confidential advice for people struggling to pay their energy bills and to keep warm at home.

Read the full case study here.

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