Posted: Tue 27th Sep 2022

Check if you’re eligible to claim £200 towards your household energy bills

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Sep 27th, 2022

Applications for £200 towards energy bills this winter are now open on the Wrexham Council website.

Earlier this year, Welsh Government announced that in addition to the Winter Fuel Payment that is normally paid to pensioners, eligible households will also be able to claim this one-off payment of £200 to help pay energy bills this winter.

This is regardless of how you pay your bill – either on a pre-payment meter, direct debit or quarterly, and whether you are using on- or off-grid fuel.

If you are on the Council Tax reduction scheme, Wrexham Council will be writing to you to invite you to apply for the payment and the online application process will open on September 26.

The closing date from applications will be February 28 and payment should be made to eligible applicants by March 31.

To be eligible for the one-per-household payment you must have received one of the qualifying benefits between September 1, 2022 and January 31, 2023, be responsible for paying the fuel bill in your house, and apply before February 28, 2023.

You can find more information about eligibility on the Welsh Government’s winter fuel support scheme 2022 to 2023 page.

To check if you are eligible for the £200 payment, visit the Wrexham Council website.



Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email News@Wrexham.com



More...

Don’t fall victim to loan sharks this Christmas, urges Wrexham Council

News

Working on Christmas Day like being with a “second family,” say Wales Air Ambulance staff

News

Coleg Cambria’s popular Christmas markets returning to Wrexham

News

New incentives to join the teaching profession in Wales announced

News

New video highlights the damage uncontrolled fires have on our wildlife

News

Industry leaders come together at business summit focused on closing skills gap

News