The government has put all information about help with your bills in one place, including energy bill discount, cost of living payment and the disability cost of living payment. Visit their page to find out more .
The government has announced further help to households with the rising cost of energy in a set of measures including the Energy Bill Support Schemes (EBSS). The main EBSS Scheme has been running since October and is being administered by energy companies who are applying a £400 discount to household electricity bills in 6 monthly instalments. A new EBSS Alternative Funding scheme supports households who are not automatically getting the main EBSS payments. Find out more and check if you are eligible here.
Local Energy Advice Partnership (LEAP) offers free, high quality and personalised advice related to energy efficiency and affordable warmth. Visit their website for more information .
If you were born before 26 September 1956, you could get help with paying your heating bills. Most people who are eligible for this receive it automatically. Find out more and check your eligibility here .
Fareham Borough Council has been awarded funding to offer fully funded, energy efficiency measures to homes in the Borough as part of the Warmer Homes programme. Find out if you are eligible for up to £25,000 energy efficiency home improvements.
During the rise in the cost of living, Ofcom is encouraging companies to offer social tariffs that will help customers on low incomes. You could qualify if you or someone in your household claims Universal Credit. Find out full eligibility and whether you are able to switch to a cheaper tariff by visiting their website .
You may be eligible for a discount or exemption, or qualify for help paying your council tax. Find out if you are eligible here.