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Cost of living support

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2. Help with energy costs

Council Tax (Energy) Rebate

Find out if you qualify for the £150 Council Tax (Energy) Rebate, how it will be paid and what to do if your household isn't eligible. (now closed)

Council Tax (Energy) Rebate

 

Home Improvement Grants and Loans

Get help to reduce your energy bills and find out what grants and loans are available to make your home safer and warmer.

Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery

 

Warm Home Discount Scheme

The Warm home scheme will re-open in November 2022. If you qualify, you will receive £150 off your electricity bill. You may be able to get the discount on your gas bill instead if your supplier provides you with both gas and electricity.

Warm Home Discount Scheme

 

Winter Fuel Payment

If you were born on or before 25 September 1956 you could get between £250 and £600 to help you pay your heating bills.

Winter Fuel Payment

 

Cold Weather Payment (Nov 2022)

You may get a cold weather payment if you’re getting certain benefits or support for mortgage interest.

You’ll get a payment if the average temperature in your area is recorded as, or forecast to be, zero degrees celsius or below over 7 consecutive days, between 1 November and 31 March.

Cold Weather Payment

 

ECOE Home Energy Advisor

Get free energy assessments and advice to help you save money, energy and water in your home, provided by Exeter Community Energy.

Exeter Community Energy

 

Energy Saving Trust

Get energy advice to make your home more energy efficient, reduce your carbon emissions and lower your energy bills.

Energy Saving Trust

 

Martin Lewis' Money Saving Expert

Get energy saving tips and advice on what to do if you are struggling to pay your household bills.

Money Saving Expert

 

Citizen Advice Exeter

Get advice on a wide range of issues including energy supply matters.

Citizens Advice Exeter