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About Us

South West London Energy Advice Partnership (SWLEAP) is a partnership between Habitats & Heritage and CREW Energy. It provides free energy advice across the London Boroughs of Richmond, Wandsworth and Merton to anyone in fuel poverty. We are funded by the Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme and the London Boroughs of Richmond and Wandsworth. 

With costs rising, we are here to help people who are struggling with their bills, living or accessing services in these three boroughs. We understand that everyone is different and so we offer a range of support including home energy visits and telephone appointments.  

We also offer training to frontline staff who work with those experiencing fuel poverty and can arrange to come to talk to a group to give tips for saving money from their bills.

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Our Team

Toby Costin - Project Management and Training

Toby is the director of CREW Energy and has been a member since 2015.  Toby manages  SWLEAP including training new staff and volunteers. He also leads CREW’s retrofit business helping third sector organisations, schools and faith centres become more sustainable. 

Freya Ward - Energy Project Administrator

Freya is passionate about everyone having access to nature and looking after the natural environment. She has worked in the voluntary sector in Richmond Borough for over 13 years. As SWLEAP’s Administrator, Freya is the person who coordinates home visits for the energy advisors and clients. 

Clare Morrisroe - Energy Advisor

Clare is a journalist whose writing focuses on the climate crisis, sustainability and easy to achieve cost saving measures around the home. She joins the team as an energy advisor, running energy cafes, presentations and organising home visits to help residents cut their energy usage and bills – and also reduce their carbon footprint.

Andrea Kociskacova - Energy Advisor

Andrea has been an Energy Advisor since 2010, advising domestic and commercial customers on best practices in preventing heat loss and minimising energy costs. She also volunteers for Citizens Advice. Andrea is passionate about resolving environmental problems, sharing expertise and progressing towards a sustainable future. She has a Masters degree in Environmental Science, combined with extensive industry experience and sound technical knowledge.  

Armelle Lee - Energy Advisor

Armelle is a director at CREW Energy, where she has been actively involved since 2019. In 2023, she joined SWLEAP to deliver energy advice through home visits. Armelle is passionate about empowering the local community around addressing fuel poverty.

Chinazo Anaele - Energy Advisor

Chinazo has been working on projects to drive energy efficiency and alleviate fuel poverty for several years. Chinazo’s key motivations are to deliver continuous proactive change and make a positive impact when it comes to reducing carbon and costs whilst improving people’s wellbeing. He conducts home energy efficiency visits and provides support on ad hoc projects and assignments involving the development of CREW Energy.

Deborah Elliot - Energy Advisor

Deborah has a background in energy and sustainability, and joined the team as a volunteer in 2022, becoming an Energy Advisor in 2023. She has a wide knowledge of energy efficiency measures, and offers practical advice to residents on how to reduce bills and cut costs.

Emma Wheeler - Energy Advisor

Emma has 20-years of experience in science teaching. She has an interest in retrofitting and insulating housing, renewable energy and low-carbon living. She joined SWLEAP as a volunteer in 2021 and became an energy advisor in 2022.


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C/o Habitats & Heritage ETNA Community Centre -13 Rosslyn Road, TW1 2AR, Room 16