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At Green Energy Switch, we understand that it can be difficult to pay your energy bills amidst the ongoing cost of living crisis and the surge in energy prices.

This is why we are delivering the LEAP scheme in partnership with Peterborough City Council, South Cambridgeshire, and Rutland County Council to bring you free and reliable energy support.  

What is LEAP?

LEAP is a free service that makes a real impact on people’s lives and helps tackle fuel poverty!

LEAP is here to help keep people warm and reduce their energy bills without costing them any money.

How can LEAP help you with your energy bills?

Free Home Visits: Our Home Energy Advisors conduct completely free home visits. These often lead to referrals for income maximisation services or assessments for larger energy efficiency measures and appliances. These are done in the comfort of your own home and at a time that suits you.

Free Energy-Saving Advice: Our Home Energy Advisors also provide free assessments and energy-saving advice over the phone. Making it accessible for those who may not be able to schedule a home visit. Our experts offer practical tips and recommendations tailored to your circumstances, empowering you to make informed choices about your energy usage.

Free Energy-Saving Measures: Through LEAP, you can receive free energy-saving measures such as LED light bulbs, draught excluders, and more. These simple yet effective interventions can lead to significant savings on your energy bills while also reducing your carbon emissions.

How to apply?

The eligibility requirements are very broad. It is open to all types of householders – homeowners, private renters and social housing tenants. 

Check if you’re eligible here

If you’re struggling or seeking ways to reduce your energy bills, we encourage you to reach out and discover how our services can make a difference in your life.


Green Energy Switch (GES) are a dynamic, versatile company that delivers a broad range of energy services across the UK; specialising in working with social landlords and local authorities. Established in 2006 GES is a subsidiary of environmental charity PECT. Any profits made by GES are gifted back to PECT to help fund its vital work.