Round 11 of the Energy Redress Scheme funding announcement

 

Round 11 of Energy Redress Scheme funding will open to applications on Tuesday 6 April 2021 and will close to applications at 5pm on Thursday 6 May 2021.There is a total of £4.8 million available in funding across the funding streams.

Only charities that are registered with the Energy Redress Scheme and have passed the due diligence process can apply to the open funding rounds.

Round 11 Small Project Fund
Amount available: £300,000
Grant size: Minimum grant amount £20,000 - Maximum grant amount £49,999
Priority: Support energy consumers in vulnerable situations.

Round 11 Main Fund
Amount available: £3 million
Grant size: Minimum grant amount £50,000 - Maximum grant amount £750,000
Priority: Support energy consumers in vulnerable situations.

Round 11 Innovation Fund
Amount available: £750,000
Grant size: Minimum grant amount £50,000 - Maximum grant amount £500,000
Priority: Development of products and/or services which are genuinely innovative and not currently accessible to energy consumers or certain groups.

Round 11 Carbon Emissions Reduction Fund
Amount available: £750,000
Grant size: Minimum grant amount £50,000 - Maximum grant amount £500,000
Priority: Projects that demonstrate measurable and lasting reductions in the carbon intensity of energy use and accelerate the transition to net zero. Projects must also have a realistic prospect of delivering broadly replicable benefits to existing and future energy consumers.


You can only apply to one of the Round 11 funding streams and successful projects are likely to have a project start date in July 2021. The funding streams are available to see and access in the charity dashboard by clicking on 'Apply for funding'.

 

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