Energy matters – helping you to save
Our fuel poverty advisor, Eve Young, is here to help residents aged 55 and over who may need additional support accessing advice and benefits around heating their homes during the cold winter months.
Over the next two years, 1,200 free appointment surveys will be carried out thanks to a project called ‘Energy matters’ which is funded by Cross Keys Homes in partnership with Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT).
This project will help those residents who are most at risk of suffering the effects of fuel poverty, ensuring that residents retain the highest level of income possible so that they can afford to pay their rent and for the fuel they need.
If you think Eve can help you make sure you get in contact by emailing or calling: 01733 866435. Appointments are limited so it is advised that you book early.
Also as a way of saying thank you to residents for taking part in this project, a free energy pack containing energy-saving items and useful information will be provided and residents will also be entered into a monthly prize draw to win a £50 shopping voucher.