Northamptonshire Energy Saving Service (NESS) is a three-year project funded by National Grid's Warm Homes Fund to help address fuel poverty in Northamptonshire. It provides help which is free, confidential and independent.
What help can you get?
- An Energy Comparison Review
A free and impartial review of your current energy supply to show potential cost savings and/or better deals
A Home Energy Assessment
Improve the comfort of your home with practical measures to reduce energy consumption
A financial health check
Ensures your finances are in their best shape, including advice and assistance with eligibility and applying for grants, benefits or allowances, and/or assistance to help you manage any debts
An Information and Advice Pack
To help you save money and reduce your utility bills
Gas safety checks, servicing and minor boiler repairs
Who is delivering the project?
Northamptonshire County Council are working in partnership with local voluntary and charity sector organisations to deliver NESS. Community Law Service are operating as lead delivery partner, alongside Citizens Advice Services Corby and Kettering, Care and Repair Northamptonshire and South Northants Volunteer Bureau.
Contact the NESS team