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Free service could help you save on energy bills


People in Rutland have until June 12 to make use of a free energy advice service that could help them save hundreds of pounds on household utility bills.

Energy Action for Rutland is run by Rutland County Council, Change Agents UK and Voluntary Action Rutland and can be accessed by anyone living in the county.

Since re-launching in January, Energy Action for Rutland has helped close to 150 households by carrying out free home assessments and providing tailored energy advice, including guidance around energy tariffs.

By acting on this advice, residents can save an average of £230 on their household bills.

Residents can request a free home visit by calling 01572 722622.


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