Community Energy London (CEL) has created this information hub to help community energy organisations expand their knowledge and skills in helping households struggling with their energy bills and begin their own fuel poverty alleviation and advice projects.
The huge increase in energy bills over the past six months is a major contributor to the cost of living crisis, with demand outstripping current resources to help those most in need. These kinds of projects can tackle fuel poverty, while empowering people to take charge of their own energy bills.
This resource is part of our fuel poverty project, launched April 2022, and we have a new Fuel Poverty Coordinator, Alex Hartley – who many of you know already. Alex can assist groups with their own projects so you are in need of support, get in touch ([email protected]). We have also designed a short survey that enables groups to let CEL know what they are currently up to, where there are gaps, what groups would like to support them and more. If you would like to complete the survey it can be found here.
This project forms part of our wider ‘Enabling Community Energy in London’ programme with the Greater London Authority (GLA) and we are grateful to them for their continued support.
What new on this page:
- The Energy Saving Trust’s Community Home Energy Check tool helps groups provide individuals with a tailored report on energy saving, and helps groups log who they have advised and get an overall picture of behaviour in their community – 22 October 2022.