Warm Wales are the oldest Community Interest Companies (CIC) in Wales, that aim to provide homes with affordable warmth and to alleviate fuel poverty across the country.
We are currently receiving a high volume of referrals, we apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Warm Wales is Wales’ oldest CIC working to tackle fuel poverty by offering free advice and support to ensure people across Wales and South-West England have warm and safe homes.
We have a team of trained energy advisors and community workers to help provide advice, referrals, and access to grants such as gas connection grants to ensure no one is living in unsafe and cold homes. Our Healthy Homes Healthy People project and HHHP+ project are available to everyone to help support you reduce your energy bills, apply for schemes and support those affected mentally by fuel poverty.
For more information or advice please contact one of our friendly community workers.
How Can We Help?
We offer a range of support and advice to anyone looking for information or help with home energy queries.
We are currently receiving a high volume of referrals and there is a small delay in our response times. We will get back to you as soon as we can. In the mean time you can head to our Advice section to find updated information on the cost-of-living support available.
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Our team of friendly advisors and Community Workers are here to help with any queries you may have!
Call or email us today for more information or support with your energy bills.
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Warm Wales Ltd. was established in 2004 and are proud to be the oldest Community Interest Company (CIC) in Wales. Being a CIC means that our profits are reinvested in the communities in which we serve, making sure it’s those who require our help, and not shareholders, who benefit most.
We work with partners in the public and private sectors to help provide homes with affordable warmth and to alleviate fuel poverty.