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Round 12 of the Energy Redress Scheme is now open for applications and will close at 5pm on Thursday 29 July. There will be up to £4.8 million available to fund new projects in the following funding streams:
- The Main Fund aimed at projects seeking grants between £50,000 and £750,000 that will support energy consumers in vulnerable situations.
- The Small Project Fund aimed at projects seeking grants of between £20,000 and £49,999 that will support energy consumers in vulnerable situations.
- Innovation Fund aimed at projects that will develop innovative products or services to benefit energy consumers. Applicants can apply for grants between £50,000 and £500,000.
- Carbon Emissions Reduction Fund is targeted at projects that can help domestic energy consumers participate in the just transition to Net Zero CO2 emissions. The fund awards grants between £50,000 and £500,000.
Graham Ayling, senior project manager at the Energy Redress Scheme has commented:
"COP26 will come to the UK in the autumn and we hope that the Carbon Emissions Reduction Fund under Round 12 of Energy Redress will provide the opportunity for more charities to demonstrate how everyone can play their part in the transition to net zero CO2. Its also an opportunity to fund projects that work to ensure that no one is left behind by the changes coming to our energy system and everyone can heat and power their homes regardless of their income, background or health.”
Only charities that are registered with the Energy Redress Scheme and have passed the due diligence process can apply. Further information on the scheme priorities and the application process can be found here.