Say goodbye to uncertainty and inertia
about how to make Net Zero work
for your organisation and customers

GoGreen builds software to make the £trillion economic opportunity of Net Zero more tangible and actionable for businesses and their customers

Our debut software, Onesee, enables businesses to proactively identify, engage, and signpost customers in vulnerable situations to a 'Yellow Pages' of locally available opportunities to bolster household finances and wellbeing.

This 'Yellow Pages' is accessible via web app or direct mail catalogue.

The web app is simple to use, as demonstrated in the lite version below:

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Rebates when you use an oxygen concentrator

vendor

Air Liquide Healthcare

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Cash grant

secondary eligibility

No items found.

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

Patients who use a concentrator will receive a refund for the electricity their concentrator uses. Air Liquide will pay this on behalf of the NHS.
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Mis-sold energy

vendor

Ofgem

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Free service

secondary eligibility

No items found.

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Complaints and redress schemes

what's on offer

Guidance for anyone concerned about mis-sold energy and unwanted sales contact.
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Pensioner Cost of Living Payment

vendor

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Cash grant

secondary eligibility

Pensioner

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

1. One-off £300 payment will go to pensioner households who receive the Winter Fuel Payment. 2. It will be paid on top of any other one-off support a pensioner household is entitled to, for example where they are on pension credit or receive disability benefits. 3. Eligible households currently receive between £200 - £300 in Winter Fuel Payment, so the payment will represent at least double the support for this winter.
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Cost of Living Payment

vendor

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Cash grant

secondary eligibility

Receive means-tested benefits

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

1. DWP will make a payment of £650 this year in two lump sums – the first from July 2022, the second in the autumn of 2022. 2. This payment will be tax-free, will not count towards the benefit cap, and will not have any impact on existing benefit awards.
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Disability Cost of Living Payment

vendor

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Cash grant

secondary eligibility

Receive disability-related benefits

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

One-off payment of £150 from September 2022 for households who receive certain disability benefits:
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Energy Bills Support Scheme

vendor

Energy suppliers (all)

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Cash grant

secondary eligibility

No items found.

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

1. All domestic electricity customers will get £400 of support with their energy bills. 2. Energy suppliers will deliver this support to households with a domestic electricity meter over six months from October 2022.
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Childcare costs calculator

vendor

Central Government

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Advice

secondary eligibility

No items found.

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Calculators and planners

what's on offer

1. Your tax credits will stop immediately if you successfully apply for Tax-Free Childcare. 2. You (and your partner, if you have one) will also have to cancel your Universal Credit and childcare vouchers. 3. Before you apply, check if Tax-Free Childcare is the right option for you.
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Tax-Free Childcare

vendor

Central Government

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Cash grant

secondary eligibility

No items found.

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

1. You can get up to £500 every 3 months (up to £2,000 a year) for each of your children to help with the costs of childcare. a. This goes up to £1,000 every 3 months if a child is disabled (up to £4,000 a year). 2. You can get Tax-Free Childcare at the same time as 30 hours free childcare if you’re eligible for both.
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NHS Healthy Start Scheme

vendor

NHS

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

Prepaid-card

secondary eligibility

Receive means-tested benefits
Low income household
At least one child under 4 years old
At least 10 weeks pregnant

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

1. If you qualify you get: a. £4.25 each week of your pregnancy from the 10th week. b. £8.50 each week for children from birth to 1 year old. c. £4.25 each week for children between 1 and 4 years old Information. 2. You can use your card to buy: a. Plain liquid cow’s milk. b. Fresh, frozen, and tinned fruit and vegetables. c. Fresh, dried, and tinned pulses infant formula milk based on cow’s milk 3. You can also use your card to collect: a. Healthy Start vitamins – these support you during pregnancy and breastfeeding. b. Vitamin drops for babies and young children – these are suitable from birth to 4 years old.
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Handyperson Service

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

paid-service

secondary eligibility

Pensioner
Long-term physical or mental health condition or disability`
Special educational needs and disabilities
Carer for a vulnerable person
Private tenant

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

Islington’s handypersons’ scheme provides help with small repairs around the home. These might be things that the council’s repair service or a landlord would not normally cover. Assistance may include: 1. Electrical works e.g. fix loose sockets, replace light fitting, fit additional phone socket. 2. Home maintenance e.g. fitting curtain rails or shelves, assembling flat pack furniture, fixing problems with doors and windows 3. Plumbing e.g. plumbing in washing machines, repair of leaks in pipe work, replacement taps and fittings 4. Security e.g. door and window locks, fitting spyholes and chains, hinge bolts This is not an exhaustive list. Please contact the team to find out if the repair you require is covered by the scheme.
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Energy Advice Team (SHINE London)

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant; discount; rebate; advice

secondary eligibility

Low income household
Responsible for child aged under 20 years
Pensioner
Long-term physical or mental health condition or disability`
Special educational needs and disabilities

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Makes sure that you get all the help you need to stay warm, increase income and stay healthy in your home. SHINE gives practical advice and refers to schemes that reduce the risks associated with hot or cold weather. SHINE provides a single point of access to a large range of services including: Advice on reducing gas and electricity bills, Energy efficiency grants and home visits, Help with gas and electricity debt, Checks to make sure your getting all your benefits, Help if you fall over, Telecare, Checks if your home is dangerous to your health, Fire safety checks, Home security checks, Home from Hospital Service, Air quality alerts, Handyperson Service and many more. The Shine team can also help residents access funding from the Save the Children Eat, Sleep, Learn, Play grant which supports children and families living in need. The grant can provide families with household essentials such as a child's bed, cooker or educational books and toys.
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Safe and Warm grant

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Receive means-tested benefits
Long-term physical or mental health condition or disability`
Low income household
Pensioner

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

A Safe and Warm grant is aimed to improve or provide heating, insulation and security measures for qualifying owner-occupied properties up to a maximum of £2,500. Measures that can be funded include replacement boilers, draught proofing, loft or wall insulation, heating controls, smoke alarms and security measures e.g. mortice locks, door viewers/chains and window locks.
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Child Benefit

vendor

department-for-work-and-pensions-dwp

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Responsible for child aged under 16 years
Responsible for child aged under 20 years

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

You get Child Benefit if you’re responsible for bringing up a child who is: - under 16 - under 20 if they stay in approved education or training Only one person can get Child Benefit for a child. It’s paid every 4 weeks and there’s no limit to how many children you can claim for.
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Cleaner vehicle discount (formerly Ultra Low Emission Discount)

vendor

transport-for-london

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Electric vehicle user

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Battery electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are eligible for the TfL cleaner vehicle discount until 25 December 2025, when it is due to be discontinued.
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Request for an on-street electric vehicle charging point

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

free-service

secondary eligibility

Electric vehicle user

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

You can help us decide where next to install electric vehicle (EV) charging points across Islington. We have already installed a variety of charging points across the borough and we plan to install more over the coming years.
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Discounted parking for Electric Vehicles

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Vendor to confirm

PRIMARY eligibility

Large business

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Business parking permits are also cheaper for electric vehicles because they produce less air pollution. Annual permits for all day parking in any available business/shared use parking bay within your Contolled Parking Zone (CPZ) only are charged at £626.30.. Different rates apply to universal permits that allow parking in resident, short stay, and shared use bays.
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Discounted parking for Electric Vehicles

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Vendor to confirm

PRIMARY eligibility

Small business

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Business parking permits are also cheaper for electric vehicles because they produce less air pollution. Annual permits for all day parking in any available business/shared use parking bay within your Contolled Parking Zone (CPZ) only are charged at £626.30.. Different rates apply to universal permits that allow parking in resident, short stay, and shared use bays.
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Discounted parking for Electric Vehicles

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Electric vehicle user
Pays council tax

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

To reward the switch to low emission vehicles; electric vehicles (EVs) receive the cheapest residential parking permits because they produce less air pollution. Current EV parking permit rates are as follows: £8.25 for 1 month, £8.25 for 3 months, £14.00 for 6 months, and £28.00 for 12 months.
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Electric Vehicles in short stay parking bays

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Vendor to confirm

PRIMARY eligibility

Large business

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Electric vehicles can now use short stay paid for parking facilities at the reduced rate of 20p.
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Electric Vehicles in short stay parking bays

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Vendor to confirm

PRIMARY eligibility

Small business

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Electric vehicles can now use short stay paid for parking facilities at the reduced rate of 20p.
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Electric Vehicles in short stay parking bays

vendor

islington-council

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

discount

secondary eligibility

Electric vehicle user

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Electric vehicles can now use short stay paid for parking facilities at the reduced rate of 20p.
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Social Housing Retrofit Accelerator

vendor

social-housing-retrofit-accelerator

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

advice; free-service

secondary eligibility

Vendor to confirm

PRIMARY eligibility

Large business

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

The Social Housing Retrofit Accelerator (SHRA) is a fully-funded support service to help social housing providers across England successfully bid into the Government’s £160m Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund (SHDF). This support will come in the form of: - A comprehensive knowledge hub providing support and information to guide a housing provider through a retrofit project life cycle. The information draws together industry best practice and guidance. - Workshops, seminars and drop-in sessions on specific focus areas. - One-to-one support that will enable social housing providers to get detailed development input on their proposals, followed by a support plan that is co-designed and agreed.
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Mayor of London’s Warmer Homes programme

vendor

shine-london

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

In arrears to the council

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Energy efficiency schemes

what's on offer

Grants of between £5,000 and £25,000 are available to provide free heating, insulation and ventilation improvements for low income Londoners who own their own homes or rent privately. If the application is successful, a survey will be needed to work out which improvements are most suitable. Options include heat pumps, insulation for walls, lofts and floors, heating system improvements or repairs, draughtproofing, and solar energy installations.
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What help could I get if I am 'vulnerable'?

vendor

ofgem

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

advice

secondary eligibility

In a vulnerable situation
Pensioner
Special educational needs and disabilities
Long-term physical or mental health condition or disability`
Suffer from severe health-related condition

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

You could be considered vulnerable if you: - have reached your state pension age. - are disabled or have a long-term medical condition. - are recovering from an injury. - have a hearing or sight condition. - have a mental health condition. - are pregnant or have children under 5. - have extra communication needs (such as if you don’t speak or read English well). - cannot safeguard your welfare or the welfare of other members in your household because of your age, health, disability or severe financial insecurity. - are eligible for the Priority Services Register – a support service for vulnerable people. You might be in a vulnerable situation for other reasons if your situation isn’t listed. For example, if you need short-term support after a stay in hospital or have financial difficulties.
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Guardian's Allowance

vendor

department-for-work-and-pensions-dwp

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Guardian to orphaned child
Ordinarily qualify for Child Benefit
Guardian to someone else’s child
At least one parent born in the UK

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Income support schemes

what's on offer

You could get £18.55 a week if you’re bringing up a child whose parents have died. You may also be eligible if there’s one surviving parent. The Guardian’s Allowance rate is paid on top of Child Benefit and it’s tax-free. If you adopt a child you may still get Guardian’s Allowance as long as you were getting it before you adopted the child.
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Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit

vendor

department-for-work-and-pensions-dwp

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Employed when the accident or disease event happened
In training when accident or disease event happened

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

You might get Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit (IIDB) if you became ill or are disabled because of an accident or disease either at work or on an approved employment training scheme or course. The amount you may get depends on your individual circumstances.
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Attendance Allowance

vendor

department-for-work-and-pensions-dwp

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Pensioner
Long-term physical or mental health condition or disability`
Need extra looking after or have walking difficulties

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

Helps with extra costs if you have a disability severe enough that you need someone to help look after you. It is s paid at 2 different rates of £60 or £89.60 a week, and how much you get depends on the level of care that you need because of your disability. It does not cover mobility needs.
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Disability Living Allowance for children

vendor

department-for-work-and-pensions-dwp

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Responsible for child aged under 16 years
Need extra looking after or have walking difficulties

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

Help with extra living costs of between £23.70 and £152.15 per week if you looking after a child who is under 16 and has difficulties walking or needs much more looking after than a child of the same age who does not have a disability. Additional eligibility requirements do apply.
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Personal Independence Payment

vendor

department-for-work-and-pensions-dwp

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

cash-grant

secondary eligibility

Long-term physical or mental health condition or disability`
Difficulty with certain everyday tasks or getting around

PRIMARY eligibility

Household

CATEGORY

Vulnerability support schemes

what's on offer

Help with extra living costs of between £23.70 and £152.15 per week if you have both a long-term physical or mental health condition or disability, and difficulty doing certain everyday tasks or getting around because of your condition. You can get PIP even if you’re working, have savings or are getting most other benefits.
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Smart Building Management System

vendor

gogreen

LOCATION

Islington

sub-CATEGORY

paid-service

secondary eligibility

Vendor to confirm

PRIMARY eligibility

Large business

CATEGORY

Calculators and planners

what's on offer

Leverage your existing sensor data to obtain continuous near-real time monitoring of controllable environmental parameters such as room temperature and humidity, air quality, lighting, room occupancy, power usage etc. The system could then be automatically programmed to optimise these parameters against periodic usage and spend targets.
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If affordability is allowed to persist as a barrier to participation in the transition to net zero, then up to 27% of UK adults could be excluded from a fair share of the anticipated £1 trillion of recurring economic benefits by 2050.

This explains GoGreen's mission:
To facilitate a more inclusive transition to net zero.

In line with this mission, anyone who is at-risk of exclusion from the economic benefits of net zero is one too many.

This is why we will tirelessly work with responsible businesses to ensure no one is left behind in the transition to net zero by 2050.

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