Energy advice project in Rutland wins award

From left, Dan Curry, energy and affordable warmth consultant, Isabel Clark, climate change co-ordinator for Rutland County Council, Rutland County Council leader Coun Roger Begy (Con), Richard Chubb, senior environmental health officer for Rutland County Council, Holly Francis, energy officer from January to September 2013, Fiona Moore, new energy officer.
From left, Dan Curry, energy and affordable warmth consultant, Isabel Clark, climate change co-ordinator for Rutland County Council, Rutland County Council leader Coun Roger Begy (Con), Richard Chubb, senior environmental health officer for Rutland County Council, Holly Francis, energy officer from January to September 2013, Fiona Moore, new energy officer.
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A project that has helped hundreds of home owners in Rutland save an average of £230 on their energy bills has won an award.

Energy Action for Rutland has been awarded the Voluntary Action Rutland’s 2013 External Organisation Award after it gave energy efficieny advice to more than 550 households.

The scheme is a partnership project between Rutland County Council and Change Agents UK and works in collaboration with numerous organisations including Rutland Citizens Advice Bureau, Rutland First Contact, Spire Homes, Age Concern, and Voluntary Action Rutland.

It provides tailored advice on how residents should heat their home more affordably.

For more information and to book a visit, call the team on 01572 722622 or visit www.rutland.gov.uk/energyaction