Clean Burn homepage (Page One)
Introduction to the clean burn project.
Measures likely to offer the biggest emission savings are:
Support available for residents this winter:
Green Homes Grant offers homeowners in England financial contribution to the worth to £5,000 to help cover the cost of energy efficiency improvements to their home – such as low-carbon heating systems, insulation or double glazing to replace single glazing. The deadline for applications has been extended to March 2022.
Visit the Simple Energy Advice website for details and to find out which measures you are eligible for.
Citizens Advice Fuel |Poverty Line: Contact Citizens Advice in West Sussex on 0344 477 1171 for free and confidential advice, or visit their website - https://www.advicewestsussex.org.uk.
LEAP offers support for lower income households telephone for further information and support: 0800 060 7567
Part of the LEAP service also includes:
ECHO is an emergency scheme offering a free-ofcharge service to vulnerable lower income households whose gas boiler have broken down. It is aimed at households that are vulnerable and need immediate assistance to stay warm and well.
Warmer Homes is a Warm Home Fund project that provides free gas connections and first time central heating for the vulnerable. Warmer Homes aims to reduce bills, increase comfort in non-gas households, and improve health outcomes for residents across all tenures.
HEART supports fuel poor and vulnerable households through the replacement of old, inefficient fridges, fridge/freezers, washing machines and cookers with modern, efficient alternatives. These households will be either in fuel poverty, in danger of falling into fuel poverty, or otherwise vulnerable.