The Seasonal Health Intervention Network (SHINE) is a fuel poverty and free energy advice service for Londoners. SHINE London offers a dedicated helpline and affordable warmth interventions to ensure households get the help they need to reduce utility bills, tackle energy debt and ultimately stay well and warm.
Energy Saving Tips from Utilita
Waste less energy, start saving money with Utilita. Utilita’s #EnergyHigh5 campaign is a positive behaviour change campaign designed to educate the nation on how every household can waste less energy and save money by making five simple and free-of-charge adjustments to the way we use energy at home.
Energy suppliers are gradually installing the next generation of gas and electricity meters, called smart meters. The Government's ambition is for everyone in England, Scotland and Wales to be offered them at no upfront cost in the next few years. But what exactly are they, should you get them, and what happens if you switch?
Uswitch is an online and telephone comparison and switching service that helps you to compare prices on a range of products and services. They could help you save money on gas and electricity, heating cover, home phone, communications, insurance and personal finance products. Their aim is to help you take advantage of the best prices and services on offer from suppliers.
Switching energy supplier if you are in debt
Information and advice from Citizens Advice. Whether you can switch if you’re in debt to your gas or electricity supplier depends on how long you’ve owed the money.
Water UK - Advice on water suppliers and bills
The Water UK team engages with companies and regulators to ensure customers receive high quality tap water at a reasonable price and that our environment is protected and improved.
Warmer Homes Programme
The Mayor of London’s Warmer Homes programme provides free heating, insulation and ventilation improvements for low income Londoners who own their own homes or rent privately.
Centre for Sustainable Energy
If your house or flat is uninsulated and draughty, and if your appliances are inefficient, then you’re wasting energy and money – and making yourself less snug and warm. Find out more about ways to make your home more energy efficient.
National Energy Action (NEA)
The national fuel poverty charity, working to ensure that everyone in England, Wales and Northern Ireland is warm and safe at home. The Warm and Safe Homes (WASH) advice service and other projects provide a lifeline for those struggling to stay afloat. Through funding streams such as Warm Home Discount Industry Initiatives, the NEA are able to provide people-centred solutions across England.
Green Homes Grant
Download a presentation on Green Homes Grant energy improvements to your home.
Local Energy Advice Partnership (LEAP)
LEAP is a free energy and money saving service providing help and support to vulnerable people. Find out more about LEAP by downloading this presentation.