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Household Support Fund – Energy Relief Scheme

Citizen’s Advice Devon are working with Devon County Council to manage an Energy Relief Scheme for people using pre-payment meters and who are struggling to meet their energy needs. Pre-payment meters are often used by people on lower incomes as a way to help them budget, but they can result in people paying more for their energy requirements.

If you are struggling with bills or worried about debt, you don’t need to struggle alone. You can get advice from Citizens Advice onlineover the phone, or by contacting your local Citizens Advice office.

If you would like to access a pre-payment meter voucher please use the contact box below to self refer and one of the team will make contact within 3 – 5 working days.




    Unfortunately the client is not eligible to use this referral route and should see our 'Get Advice' tab instead

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    A smart meter is the next generation of a gas and electricity meter. They are being installed in homes across Great Britain at no extra cost, to replace the traditional meters including prepay key meters, most of us currently have ticking away under the stairs, or outside our homes.

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