Rising energy bills are one of the biggest concerns this winter – but what can you do to save money?
There are several simple steps you can take to reduce your energy bills. As well as reducing the amount of energy you use in your home, you can also save money by switching to a different tariff or supplier: it is well known that consumers who don’t regularly switch energy suppliers are highly likely to be on the most expensive tariffs.
During Big Energy Savings Week (20-26 January 2020), we are running a series of drop-in advice sessions where you can meet our Energy Champion for free one-to-one tailored advice.
Our Energy Champion will:
- Give impartial advice and support on suitable tariffs or the cheapest way to pay bills
- Support you to take control over your tariff and supplier and get the best deal to suit you and your needs
- Tell you about schemes offered by Government or the energy suppliers that could help with your energy costs and provide support in applying for these efficiency offers
Who should attend?
Anyone who is looking to reduce their energy bills and would like free personalised advice on energy saving in the home, switching energy suppliers, different energy tariffs and available support.
You do not need to book – just visit our Energy Champion, Samantha Hardy, at Wycombe Library, 5 Eden Place, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 2DH.
If you would like more information, please contact Samantha Hardy on tel 0300 111 1250 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Big Energy Saving Network (BESN)
We are part of The Big Energy Saving Network which is an assisted action project made up of local community groups and charities across the country. The Big Energy Saving Network complements campaigns such as Big Energy Saving Week and Energy Best Deal, and helps some of England and Wales’ most vulnerable households stay warm and lower energy bills. For more information, click here.
- Bucks Oil Buying Club (BOB)
Our Bucks Oil Buying Club (BOB) takes on the organisation of bulk buying of fuel oil and the negotiation of the best prices to help individuals, community buildings and rural businesses to save money. For more information, click here.