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Homeowners sought for energy efficiency project

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Published: 05/04/2012


The ‘Countdown for Low Carbon Homes’ scheme is a joint initiative by the Severn Wye Energy Agency (SWEA) in partnership with local authorities including South Gloucestershire Council.

Once launched it will provide a free and impartial service helping homeowners to plan and implement renewable energy measures, delivering greater energy efficiency and helping to save on energy costs.

To make sure that the service caters to local needs, SWEA is inviting households to take part in initial research. Participation is free, and households will receive a free home energy survey, an energy meter and other support.

Researchers are particularly keen to work with households who are considering making their home energy efficient over the next 18 months, or who have recently made improvements and want to maximise the benefits.

Listed buildings are eligible and homeowners of all incomes are encouraged to take part.

The closing date for applications is 30 May.

For further information, contact Audrey Healy at SWEA on 01452 835 065 or email Audrey@swea.co.uk


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