Staffordshire Warmer Homes is a scheme run by Staffordshire County Council, in partnership with district and borough councils. Our goal is to combat fuel poverty across the county and help residents to heat their home. This scheme is supported by Beat The Cold, E.ON, Cadent, Communitas Energy CIC,  Affordable Warmth Solutions and the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

How we can support you

Make your home greener

Make your home greener and more energy efficient, by applying for green homes funding. We can install solar PV, external wall insulation, and air source heat pumps totally free of charge.

Who can benefit from the Staffordshire warmer homes scheme?

You could be eligible if you meet one of the below criteria…
  • Claim benefits or tax credits (including Universal Credit)
  • Have low or no income
  • Are disabled
  • Are elderly
  • Have very young children
  • Are currently unemployed

You can view the full eligibility criteria here.

How is the Staffordshire warmer homes scheme funded?

Funding for the Staffordshire Warmer Homes scheme comes from number of different sources including:
  • The Warm Homes Fund - Funded by Affordable Warmth Solution
  • Cadent – Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme
  • E.ON’s Energy Company Obligation (ECO)
  • Communitas Energy
  • OFGEM’s RHI Initiative
  • Warm Homes Discount Initiative
  • E.ON
  • Green Home Grants – Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Independent Advice

You can get independent advice and guidance from a number of charities across the county:

LocationIndependent advice service
Staffordshire Moorlands
Cannock Chase
East Staffordshire
South Staffordshire

Beat the Cold are an independent energy advice service. They be contacted by phone on 01782 914915 or you can also view their website.


Warmer Homes Stafford are an intendent advice service who work with Beat The Cold and Stafford Borough Council. ContactWarmer Homes Stafford on 0800 677 1785

Tamworth Home Energy Advice Tamworth (HEAT), Tamworth Borough Council’s free and impartial energy advice service.  HEAT can assess your eligibility and provide additional support through the application process if you need it.  They can be contacted on 0800 0432 815 or by emailing heat@tamworth.gov.uk.