Green scheme saving energy
A GREEN scheme for householders in Snaith, Rawcliffe and Airmyn has been launched by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
ERYC has teamed up with Yorkshire Energy Partnership to trial the new scheme in all three areas, with the intention of saving local residents money through making their homes more energy-efficient.
The new scheme known as Energy Savers, will support local residents affected by the recent rise in crippling energy bills. The scheme hopes to ensure home owners and all residents can access the best deals, discounts and funding schemes available to help them with the rising cost of installing renewable energy solutions, such as solar panels.
Forward planning and housing strategy manager at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, John Craig, is encouraging residents to sign up.
He said: “The Energy Savers scheme will help to keep local people informed about what support is available to help them keep their homes warmer and keep their bills lower. Once residents have signed up, they will be sent regular emails from the Council outlining what energy-efficiency opportunities are available.”
There are two ways to register for the scheme: The first way is to complete the online registration form at www.eastriding.gov.uk/energysavers website. The second way is to call Yorkshire Energy Partnership energy advice line on 01904 545 020, quoting the words ‘Energy Savers’ scheme.
Specially trained staff will also be visiting local residents in Snaith, Rawcliffe and Airymn throughout February and March, to talk about the scheme and give free energy-efficiency advice.
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