The Fuel Efficient Families project will offer a foundation of positive support and guidance to help mitigate and reduce the impact of fuel poverty and energy debt, helping to establish a pattern of responsible behaviour towards energy conservation and energy management. The service will be delivered within the rural and isolated communities. Parental access will primarily come from the schools but the project will also ensure local medical teams, libraries and voluntary service councils are aware of the programme.
Expected Number of Individuals : 600
Expected Number of Households : 150
Trustees Meetings : 13/07/2016
Funding Amount Approved : 29172