Warrington Disability Partnership

Energy Saving Support Service

Are you struggling with your energy bills or would you benefit from some help and advice? Our City and Guilds qualified Energy Advisors provide a FREE, impartial high-quality energy advice and support service to households falling into the fuel poverty line and/or facing difficulties paying their bills.

Our work supports disabled people, frail, elderly, people who have long-term health conditions, their carers and families, as well as single and low-income households. We are working in partnership with Warrington Community Energy as well as a wide range of statutory & third-sector organisations to raise awareness and promote the service.

Services We Offer:

  • Personalised 1-2-1 energy advice via telephone, drop inís, appointments, online and email
  • Home visits tailored to each personís individual needs
  • Attending Workshops, informational sessions, coffee mornings, and events
  • Help and advice on your energy, electricity, gas and meters bills
  • Guidance on Energy usage and consumption
  • Tips and tricks to save you money
  • Help to talk to your supplier
  • Referrals to wider services
  • Information on Smart Meters
  • Advice on energy debt
  • Help with small measures such as LED lighting, draught-proofing etc. to reduce energy bills
  • Help to look into additional financial support, grants and assistance
  • Link you to wider services that can help make your home a healthier place to live
  • Training and awareness raising of energy advice within the third sector, health services, housing associations and other statutory bodies

Contact us if you would like us to come along to talk at your next meeting or community event.

How to find us

The service is based at our Centre for Independent Living (CIL), located on Beaufort Street, Warrington, WA51BA. You can also book in at our Energy Efficiency and Smart Flat located across from our CIL to see the energy consumption within your home and how implementing energy-saving and assistive measures could work within the home.

Contact Us

Contact a member of our team via telephone at 01925 240064, through our Warrington Disability Partnership Social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn), our online enquiry form or via email through our Energy Administrator on E.Houghton@disabilitypartnership.org.uk


The Energy Support Service

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