The Energy Advice Project (EAP) is in its sixth year of operation and are seeking funding to expand in the following areas: crisis grants for household items; stay and play advice sessions at children’s and family centres; one-to-one energy efficiency and debt advice; and frontline worker training. They offer a range of free services to clients to help them avoid and address fuel poverty and fuel debt. Their services improve client understanding of how to manage their energy consumption and bill payments and where to get further specialist help and support if needed.
Expected Number of Individuals : 825
Expected Number of Households : 825
Trustees Meetings : 08/03/2011
Funding Amount Approved : 45000