Hart District Council is encouraging residents in Hart to save money and reduce their carbon footprint by
installing energy efficiency measures.
Hitting the Cold Spots - new funding available
The Hitting the Cold Spots project continues to help Hampshire residents to keep warm and well this winter. We are delighted to announce that in additional to the usual support we have secured funding to help households install first-time central heating systems.
Other support includes:
- Visits from Advisors offering advice and practical support
- Access to funding for boiler repairs and replacements
- Provision of electric oil filled radiators for those without heating
- Small grant support to help cope with winter emergencies
If you or anyone you know are struggling to stay warm in your home please call 0800 804 8601 or email email@example.com
If you would prefer to talk to someone at Hart District Council please call one of our caseworkers on 01252 774111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note the above services are subject to availability and conditions apply. Hitting the Cold Spots is funded by Hampshire County Council.
The Big Community Switch
The Big Community Switch brings together a lot of people to buy energy. The more people that join up, the greater the purchasing power to get cheaper energy bills. You can register for free with no obligation to switch.
An auction is organised and the energy supplier who offers the best tariff will be able to offer you a new contract. All national energy suppliers are eligible to take part in the auction.
After the auction you will receive a personal offer which will tell you how much you could save. You can then decide whether or not to accept the offer and switch energy suppliers. There is no charge, even if you decide not to accept the offer.
More information can be found on the Big Community Switch website.
Under the Home Energy Conservation Act 1995 we have a duty to publish a report about how we are going to improve home energy efficiency in the District. For further details see the report below.