Signposting information regarding Energy.
Council tax rebate information
Households urged to get ready for £150 council tax rebate
Households across England are being urged to set up direct debits with their local council to receive a
council tax rebate that will help millions of families manage costs of living.
All households in England are placed by the Valuation Office Agency into 1 of 8 council tax bands,
ranging from band A to band H.
Households living in a property valued in council tax bands A to D as their main home will be eligible for
a £150 council tax rebate.
An extra £144 million will also be given to councils to provide discretionary support to vulnerable
households who may not qualify for the £150 council tax rebate. This includes people on low incomes in
council tax bands E to H.
Energy Projects Plus
We operate a free and impartial advice line available to residents in Merseyside
Our trained energy advisor’s offer advice on domestic energy efficiency and renewable energy as well as
information on grants and discounts available to residents to help make their homes more energy
For more information call 0800 043 0151
(Mobiles with free call time can use 0151 637 3670)
Your energy supplier has gone bust
You’ll still have gas and electricity if your energy supplier goes out of business.
The gas and electricity regulator, Ofgem, will announce who is taking over your old supplier. They’ll
usually announce who your new supplier is within a few days.
Wait for your new supplier to contact you. They’ll explain what will happen with your account. If you don’t
hear from your new supplier within 2 weeks, contact them.