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Details of the fund
Guidance and supporting information
- Our Guidance document is essential reading and explains the scheme rules and how to complete the application form. Applications from charities that are unfamiliar with the contents of the Guidance document are likely to receive lower scores in the assessment process.
- Our Feedback Document addresses areas where misunderstanding has been identified in applications previously. This is full of useful tips to help you write the best possible application. Feedback Document.
- A high percentage of applications seek to deliver energy advice to residents in their areas and the Redress Team are often asked how we decide if a project offers good value for money for the advice they will deliver. We now have a Guide to Cost per Advice Intervention.
- For more information on applying for Energy Redress funding, watch our webinar recording: How to Submit a Standout Application for the Energy Redress Scheme
For applications requesting more than £500,000
Applicants requesting over £500,000 in redress funding must complete this spreadsheet (.xlsx) and submit it as a supporting document with their application.
For applications of carbon emissions reduction projects (Carbon Emissions Reduction Fund)
Applicants requesting funding from the Carbon Emissions Reduction Fund must download and complete this spreadsheet (.xlsx) and submit it as a supporting document with their application.
Application form and application budget table
To view the application form, charities that are registered with the scheme should login to the charity dashboard here and open the 'Generic Application'. You will only be able to submit an application when a funding round is open.
You can use this Excel spreadsheet to help plan your project budget, but the online application form has it's own budget section. Redress Budget table (.xlsx)