Are you struggling to pay your household bills? Would you like to save energy and cut costs? The ‘Warm Homes’ project can help you keep your home heated for less!
The charity PECT has teamed up with Fenland District Council and South Kesteven District Council to offer residents access to a free energy advice service, which will help households manage energy use, save money and reduce their impact on the environment.
The project aims to help hundreds of households by providing a free home visit from a friendly and impartial advisor. The advisor will offer advice on behavioural changes, choosing the best energy tariff and supplier, and managing your water bills.
If eligible, you will also be offered support to access the national Warm Home Discount and other funding opportunities for home improvements.
The ‘Warm Homes’ service is vital, because NHS advice suggests inadequately heated homes and lower temperatures can put people at increased risk of physical and mental health conditions.
“The project has already helped more than 1,000 households in Peterborough, South Holland and Cambridge over the last two years,” explains Project Officer Emma Thurley. “We are delighted to be able to extend the service to now work in the Fenland and South Kesteven areas to help local residents save money and home energy.”
The project has been part funded by The Fenland Green Power Co-operative.
To book your FREE energy advice home visit or to simply find out more, call the Warm Homes Project Officer Emma Thurley on 01733 568408 or email [email protected]. For more information about PECT and its work, please visit the website at www.pect.org.uk.