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On Wednesday 5 February 2020, we will be raising awareness around fuel poverty and striving to make sure people have access to a warm, dry and safe home. This national campaign is organised by the charity, National Energy Action, and helps tackle fuel poverty in Britain, which is a real issue for the most vulnerable in society.

If you need help to save money on your energy bills or to make your home warmer, our Energy and Climate Change team will be on hand. Drop in on 5 February between 10am and 3pm at our Market Street One Stop Shop, 29 Market Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3AG.

Other ways we could help you include:

Shaun Aldis, Chief Executive of Wolverhampton Homes said:

“We’re proud to work alongside the charity, National Energy Action, to help combat fuel poverty and support residents to make the most of their homes. We’re committed to sharing our specialist knowledge and tools to keep our residents’ homes warm and their energy bills down.”

Alvina Ali, Energy and Climate Change Officer comments:

“At this time of year, energy bills can be a big expense for people. Switching energy supplier can be a great way for households to save money. You can reduce your bills in three simple steps: check – switch – save. We also encourage residents of Wolverhampton to pop in to one of our energy advice surgeries for personalised support.”

Adam Scorer, Chief Executive of NEA said:

"We should all be able t­­­­o live in a warm and safe home, but rising energy costs, low incomes and cold draughty housing means that for many people this is simply not possible. The support of organisations like Wolverhampton Homes means that our charity can help individuals who are struggling as well as run projects and campaigns to bring affordable warmth for all. I’d like to say a huge thank you to them and everyone else who is taking part."

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