People across West Norfolk may be able to get help to keep their homes warm as energy bills rise.
The borough council has got some funding which can help pay for things like insulation or new heat pumps.
Known as Warmworks, it is available to homeowners, private tenants or landlords where houses have a low energy rating and a low annual income.
A survey would need to be carried out before specially-chosen contractors do the work, It is then inspected and could also be eligible for an annual service 12 months later.
Sam Sandell, the borough councillor responsible for people and communities, said: “This scheme is one that people across west Norfolk can benefit from, and with Ofgem’s announcement of an increase in the energy price cap from April, now is the time to check if you are eligible.
“People who are on a low income and finding it hard to heat their home could benefit from measures that will make their home warmer, offset increases to their energy bill, and decrease their home’s impact on the environment.
“I’d encourage everyone in west Norfolk to check if they are eligible to receive help from the Green Homes Grant scheme.”
You can find out if you are eligible for the scheme by completing the short application form at http://surveys.est.org.uk/s/GreenHomesGrantSchemeLAD or by calling 0808 196 8255.