The project aims to reduce fuel poverty and has four main strands: Utility Bills Clinics, Home Energy Surveys, Training and Installation of energy efficiency measures. The service will also recruit and train volunteers to deliver the advice, which increases the energy efficiency knowledge in the community, and has wider benefits for fuel poverty reduction by increasing the energy knowledge and skills capacity of the community on a long term basis. The surveys provide a report containing information on energy saving measures, their costs and benefits, local suppliers and installers and grants available such as ECO and Green Deal entitlements.
Expected Number of Individuals : 800
Expected Number of Households : 400
Trustees Meetings : 24/09/2013
Funding Amount Approved : 39594