Registered charities, community interest companies, co-operative societies and community benefit societies can apply for funds to deliver energy related projects that meet the scheme priorities and benefit people in England, Scotland and Wales.
Energy Saving Trust has been appointed by Ofgem to distribute payments from companies who may have breached rules.
Phase two of the scheme is now closed and had £27 million in funding available to organisations who are registered and eligible.
If you're an organisation who wants to find out more about the application process and be notified when funds become available, our guide will provide all the information you need.
The Energy Redress Scheme, launched in 2018, has awarded over £34 million, to fund nearly 200 projects across England, Scotland and Wales that support vulnerable energy customers and carbon emission reduction initiatives.