The Energy Action Fund forms part of E.ON‘s commitment to helping communities better manage their energy consumption.
Local community centres that need to improve their energy efficiency and schools or charities looking to add a spark to the area through energy education, can all apply for funding.
Applications for the E.ON Energy Action Fund can be submitted for a range of energy related improvements and activities, from appliances and insulation to educational events. Priority will be given to projects focused on reducing energy use and renewable energy.
Successful projects will receive anything from £50 up to £2,000 from E.ON to power their plans for a more efficient future.
The E.ON Energy Action Fund is now open for applications until Friday 8th April 2016.
E.ON work with charities, local groups, schools and councils in some of the UK’s poorest areas. They are also partnered with the Teenage Cancer Trust. Teenage Cancer Trust is dedicated to improving the quality of life and chances of survival for young cancer patients aged 13 – 24.