NEW: Fuel Poverty Frontline Worker Training

Join us for a free online training event designed specifically for frontline workers based in East of England supporting vulnerable and low income households. This training will equip you with the knowledge needed to make a difference in the lives of those struggling to afford adequate heating and energy.

During this session, you’ll learn about fuel poverty and how to identify and support individuals and families affected by fuel poverty. Our trainer will provide practical tips and resources to help you effectively address this critical issue.

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Energy Advice Referral Form

Use our online referral form to refer yourself or someone else for advice from our team.


Would you like to cut household bills and keep your home warm for less? We aim to support people to maintain a warmer home, so they can experience the associated health benefits and reduce their energy bills, in particular over the winter period.

If you live in Fenland, Huntingdonshire, Cambridge City or East Cambs, PECT (working in partnership with Cambridgeshire ACRE) can help you with its Cambridgeshire Home Energy Support Service thanks to funding from the Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme. PECT is also offering this service to residents in Cambridge City in partnership with the City Council.

Quick tips to get you started

Mock up of Home Energy Guide


how do i access the service?

Call our freephone service 0800 8021773, email [email protected] or use the referral form below.

If you live in Fenland, Huntingdonshire, Cambridge City or East Cambridgeshire, book a call here: Call Us

Book in a home visit from one of our friendly team


What we want to achieve


Households helped


Estimated money saving


Savings from grant funding

What support is available?

Our energy advice service provides households with the information and resources needed to stay warm and healthy, whilst cutting costs and carbon.

This service is vital, because NHS advice suggests that when the weather drops below 8C, some people are at increased risk of physical and mental health conditions; such as heart attack, stroke, pneumonia and depression. There is substantial evidence of the detrimental impact of fuel poverty on the physical and mental health of residents.

The service aims to offer help and advice on behavioural changes, choosing the best energy tariff and supplier, managing your water bills, and where eligible can assist you to access the national £150 Warm Homes Discount and other funding opportunities.

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“Honestly, just thank you so much for your help. I really appreciate it. It has taken such a huge pressure off of me and I am now able to support my family better in other ways.” – Amber