Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Energy advice day to help locals save on their bills

Home Energy Service group LESS are holding a community energy advice afternoon at St. Lukes in Skerton on Thursday 15th March 2012.

The event aims to help people to to find out how to save energy, reduce fuel bills and cope with rising fuel prices and stalls will include Help Direct, Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service, Lancaster City Council, Citizen's Advice Bureau and cavity wall and loft insulation company Tadea.

There's also the chance to find out about the Skerton demonstration Eco House and the Skerton Weir Hydro project proposed by MORE Renewables.

This event is part of a government-funded energy efficiency project that LESS are delivering in Skerton in March. As well as community engagement events they're creating a demonstration house and conducting community building energy appraisals. For more information about that project click here.

• Skerton Energy Advice Day, St. Luke's Primary School, Skerton (2.30- 4.30pm), 15th March 2012. Web: http://lessuk.org

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