Save energy and save money
Wakefield Council is
showing residents how they can save energy and save money on Fuel Poverty
The Council is supporting Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, which is part of the Warm
Homes campaign run by the National Energy Action charity.
Residents can drop-in to the Council’s event on Friday 23 February, 10am to
3pm, at the Ridings Shopping Centre in Wakefield where there will be advice on:
• Fuel switching
• Funding for energy saving measures – such as boilers, cavity wall insulation,
• Gas network connections if you’re not currently using gas
• Other renewable heating options.
Cllr Denise Jeffery,
Wakefield Council’s Cabinet Member for Economic Growth and Regeneration, said:
“There are lots of things we can do to help make our homes more energy
efficient and reduce our fuel bills. Come along to the event, or get in touch,
to find our more.”
Those that come along might also be able to grab a useful goody bag with an
energy saving plug, radiator key and useful leaflets.
For more information visit www.wakefield.gov.uk/energy
call 01924 305887 or follow #FuelPovertyAwarenessDay on Twitter.