About Warm Wales
Tackling fuel poverty in Wales and South-West England.
Warm Wales Cymru Gynnes work to alleviate fuel poverty in Wales and the South West through community projects and partnership working.
You can find out out more about Warm Wales and our current projects by downloading our corporate brochure which is available in English and Welsh.
Established in 2004 by the National Grid
Warm Wales was established in 2004 by the National Grid as part of that company’s specific aim to meet its corporate responsibility to Government and deliver benefits to 1 million fuel poor homes. It chose to do this under the banner of the ‘Affordable Warmth’ Programme with Warm Wales contributing towards the target.
Wales’ First Community Interest Company
In 2006 Warm Wales changed company status to become Wales’ first Community Interest Company (CIC). Being a CIC means we have no shareholders, instead any profits made are put back into the communities we serve. Our status also means that we bring a community centric approach to economic, social and environmental sustainability. We invest in the communities in which we work and leave a legacy of positive achievements. A small selection of our past projects are included on this website.
Keep up to date!
If you would like to hear more about what Warm Wales are doing to help tackle fuel poverty in Wales and the South-West England head to our blog where we share energy advice and Warm Wales news
Warm Wales is governed by a Board of Directors and run by a team of Senior Leaders, Project Managers, and Community Workers.
Kirsty- Leigh Lyne
Our delivery team is made up of a range of knowledgeable and impartial Community Workers and Project Coordinators who offer support and advice across Wales.
Our team offers a range of advice, support, and referral options tailored to the needs of the household and are trained by the Welsh Water board and NEA to provide specialised advice.
Board of Directors
The Warm Wales Board of Directors bring a wide range of skills and experience to the organisation, these include energy, building design, academia, HR, change management, finance & commerce, gas and electricity industries, environment, sustainability, marketing and communications, infrastructure, accountancy, not for profit organisations.