A new project helping to fight fuel poverty in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire

The National Energy Foundation has launched a new project, designed to help families with young children who are struggling with fuel poverty.

The scheme will run until the 31 August 2017 and will include advice and guidance on reducing energy bills, and heating a household affordably and efficiently. It will also provide advice and help with switching energy tariff or supplier, and it will offer small grants for energy efficiency measures such as draught-proofing, thermostatic radiator valves or LED lightbulbs (and more).



Visit the National Energy Foundation website to find out more or contact the Affordable Warmth Helpline on 0800 107 0044 or at awn@nef.org.uk.


If you are interested in energy issues and in renewable and community energy projects in particular, visit our page about the CAPE, Community Action Platform for Energy project here.