Big Energy Saving Week 2014
Big Energy Saving Week takes place today till Friday 31st January as a collaboration between Citizens Advice, Energy Saving Trust, Government, energy suppliers and other voluntary and charitable organisations. The main aim of the week is to bring together consumers with all the advice and assistance that is out there in relation to their fuel bills.
How can Big Energy Saving Week can help?
- Insulating your home
Did you know that approximately 35% of heat is lost through the walls of your home, and 25% through the roof? *
Insulating the cavity walls and the loft is a great way to save money around the home. The amount you save may vary depending on the size and age of your home, how it’s heated, and how you use your energy. Find out now if your supplier is offering help with the costs of making your home energy efficient.
*Energy Saving Trust
- Big Energy Saving Week events
Throughout Big Energy Saving Week, Citizens Advice and other community groups will be hosting events across the country. You can drop in to get information and advice on all aspects of saving money on your energy bills. The list of events can be viewed by visiting http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/index/aboutus/events/bigenergysavingweek/besw_events.htm
- Check you are getting the best energy deal
You could save hundreds of pounds a year on your fuel bill by simply checking you’re not paying more than you have to for your energy.
- Live Q&A Twitter session
On Thursday 30th January, Citizens Advice will be holding a Energy Advice Q&A on the @CitizensAdvice Twitter page from 12:30pm as part of Big Energy Saving Week. Use the hashtag #BESW14 when asking a question.
Visit Citizens Advice and Energy Saving Trust all this week for help and advice on how to save on your energy bills.