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Useful contact information

Advice NI

Advice NI is a free advice and information service. It aims to provide leadership and services to everyone and ensure accessible advice services across NI. 

Action on Hearing Loss

Action on Hearing Loss is a charity that provides day-to-day care for people who are deaf and have additions needs. They also offer practical advice to help people protect their hearing.

Age NI

Age NI is a leading charity for older people in Northern Ireland. They deliver care services, provide advice and advocacy, fundraise to improve the quality of later life for everyone.

Bryson Energy

Bryson Energy is a charitable group that plays a central role in changing attitudes and behaviours. It aims to offer free advice on energy efficiency & renewable energy.

Disability Action

Disability Action works to ensure that people with disabilities attain their full rights as citizens by supporting inclusion and changing attitudes in partnership with disabled people.

Northern Ireland Housing Executive

The NI Energy Advice Line Service offers free comprehensive advice and support on how to save energy in the home, energy efficiency advice and signposting for grants.

St Vincent de Paul

  • Address: 196-200 Antrim Road, Belfast, BT15 2AJ 
  • Telephone: 028 9035 1561 
  • Email: [email protected]

The society of St Vincent de Paul is a voluntary charitable in Northern Ireland. It focuses on a practical approach to dealing with poverty and offers direct assistance to those in need.

The Consumer Council for Northern Ireland

The Consumer Council is an independent consumer organisation, working to bring about change to benefit Northern Ireland consumers. Their aim is to give energy, water, transport, postal service and food consumers a voice.

Utility Regulator

The Utility Regulator is responsible for regulating the electricity, gas, water and sewerage industries in Northern Ireland, promoting the short and long-term interests of consumers.