Where to find help in saving energy?
Grants, tariffs and other advice
Full or partial grants and discounts are available for energy efficiency measures from draught proofing to renewable energy. More details are available on the pages below.
You may also be able to find a better deal by switching to another supplier by using one of the prices comparison websites listed here. Use these same comparison websites to find out if you qualify for a social tariff from your existing energy company, or by switching to another supplier.
Stafford Area Community Solar
If you live or have business premises in Stafford Borough, you are eligible for a discount on solar PV under a scheme set up by Sustainability Matters in conjunction with Stafford Borough Council. This can give you around 20% off the installer's normal price, making it a very attractive deal. See the SACS main page for full details.
Changes to the Domestic RHI scheme in 2017 and 2018
Collective switching for better energy deals?
Community bulk oil buying scheme
Debts? Get financial help from energy funds
Feed-in tariff for solar panels: how the sums stack up
Feed-in tariffs: the essentials
Finding the best energy deals
How to combat the cold during the winter
Incentives for renewables
Insulation and heating grants
Last chance to grab some free insulation!
New help to heat your home for Stafford residents
Private tenants: love your MEES!
Renewable Heat Incentive for homes
Warm Home Discount Scheme: £140 rebate on energy bills for winter 2018-19
Warmer Homes Stafford for energy advice
Winter warmth keeps you well
npower Health Through Warmth scheme
Companies and installers
Search the companies below to find the advice and products you need. Where possible companies local to Stafford Borough are listed, but you may need to go further afield for more specialist products such as renewables. Try searching on the UK-wide Renewable Energy Hub.
Note that listing of a company does not imply approval or endorsement by Sustainability Matters or Stafford Area SaveYourEnergy.
Fully qualified local gas engineers can be found using the Gas Safe Register, which is now the only official list of gas fitters who can legally work on gas installations in the home or workplace in Great Britain. The Gas Safe Register replaced the CORGI scheme in April 2009.
Fuel for biomass systems
From 5 October 2015, the fuels used in biomass systems registered under the RHI are required to meet sustainability targets. You can find local suppliers of woodfuel meeting these criteria on the Biomass Suppliers List 'Find a Fuel' website.
List of suppliers
To see how these businesses can help you, toggle between [alphabetical listing] and [classified listing] above.