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Eligibility Criteria For Getting Energy Bill Help In This Winter

With frost in the mornings, ice on car windscreens & roads and sometimes snow fall, a clear sign of heaviest snowfall in years, the BIG FREEZE is already on the cards. While you prepare to protect yourself from the chill weather, it is also time to think of protecting your hard earned money by saving on your energy bills. Energy bills increase a lot in comparison with summer season due to increase in use of heaters and boilers. There are plenty of household customers who are not able to pay their energy bills during the increased usage in winter. Thus, in order to help poor customers government facilitates some schemes with some eligibility criteria for getting energy bill support.

Government Defined Schemes For Customers As Mentioned Below

1. Warm Home Discount Scheme

Warm home discount scheme was introduced by UK government in 2011. Energy companies and Government work together to facilitate low income people to avail certain discount on their energy bills. This scheme offers a rebate of up to £140 on the energy costs based on few qualifying criteria.

Eligibility Criteria For WHD Scheme:

  • Your electricity supplier should be part of the scheme
  • Your name (Account / Bill Holder) should be present on the bill
  • You must be receiving Guaranteed Credit element of Pension Credit

Get List Of Suppliers Who Supplies Warm Home Discount Scheme

2. Winter Fuel Payment

According to this scheme, government provides payment between £100 and £300 for those specific customers who get state pension and other social security benefits.

Eligibility Criteria :
If you were born before 5th May, 1953 then only you can apply for winter fuel payment.

3. Cold Weather Payment

This scheme is applicable in certain areas who are hit by extreme cold or temperature around degree celsius between the month of November & March.

Eligibility Criteria :
If you are getting any type of government support like pension credit, income support, credit allowance, income related employment and support allowance.