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How can we support your home energy?

We understand that it can be difficult to pay your fuel bills and keep your home warm.

 

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.   

How can we help you with your home energy?

Over the Phone

We can provide a free assessment and energy-saving advice over the phone. 

Home Visits

Free assessment and installation of energy-saving products. Arrange a Home Visit here. Read below for more details.

Energy Advice

We provide simple and effective energy advice to help you save money and energy. View our energy saving tips here.

Free Energy-Saving Products

We can give you free energy-saving measures such as LED light bulbs, draught excluders and much more.

Green Energy Tariff

We will find you the cheapest energy tariff to make sure you are not paying more than you need to.

Home Visits

How does it work?

Once your eligibility has been checked, an appointment (at a time convenient for you) will be booked for you by the LEAP contact centre team. A highly trained LEAP Home Energy Advisor will then visit your home and carry out a home visit. During the home visit, the advisor will conduct a thorough assessment of your home and try to offer immediate help.

The advisor can install a range of simple energy saving measures where necessary, such as draught proofing or LED lightbulbs, provide energy efficiency advice and help you to look for a better deal on energy bills. The Home Energy Advisor will also leave behind a Home Visit Pack which will include details of the help and advice given to you as well as contact details of other organisations offering further support.

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Eligibility

LEAP has some very broad eligibility requirements. We want to be able to help as many people as we can by extending the service to anyone that either is already in or is at risk of falling into fuel poverty. It is open to all types of householders – homeowners, private renters and social housing tenants. 

Check here to see if you are eligible: https://applyforleap.org.uk/eligibility/

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After the visit

Based on the findings of your home visit there are a range of onward services that can be offered. These might include a referral to an income maximisation service, an assessment for larger energy efficiency measures (insulation and heating) and identification of serious hazards in the home.

Testimonials

See what local residents have said about us...

Home Energy Advisor Matt was unbelievably helpful in so many ways, not just with supply and fit of some energy saving items, but he advised on other things we can do to make further improvements. Definitely highly recommend this service to anyone!

Local Resident 2023LEAP Service Feedback

The Home Energy Advisor Michelle was up to date with all the referral contacts and I am so thankful for her help.

Local Resident 2023LEAP Service Feedback

Michelle, the LEAP Advisor, was so lovely and so helpful and informative. She helped me with my TRV’s, draught proofing, and radiator panels.

Local Resident 2023LEAP Service Feedback

Even with being new to the job, Home Energy Advisor Michelle is very good and very thorough.

Local Resident 2023LEAP Service Feedback

I really appreciate Michelle's help, I have 1000% confidence in her.
She made the home visit super relaxed and easy, and was very helpful and friendly!
LEAP is a great service.

Local Resident 2023LEAP Service Feedback

About

THE LEAP SCHEME

All of our home energy support is free thanks to the LEAP Scheme. The scheme is a free service that is helping people keep warm and reduce their energy bills without costing them any money. The eligibility requirements of LEAP are designed to target households that either are already in, or are at risk of falling in to fuel poverty.

It is open to all types of householders – homeowners, private renters and social housing tenants. According to the official Committee on Fuel Poverty, over 10% of households in England are in fuel poverty. ‘Fuel poverty is defined as a situation where someone who is on a relatively low income lives in a house that cannot be kept warm at a reasonable cost. All eligibility criteria can be found on the LEAP website.

Free Energy Advice

We offer the LEAP Scheme in partnership with local councils. If you know someone that would benefit from some free energy advice and support contact us today.

 

This free service is there to help those that need it.

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