Big Energy Saving Week 2019 (BESW) is back to help consumers understand their energy use, cut their bills and get the financial support they are entitled to.

BESW is a national campaign which runs from 21st to the 27th January 2019.

This is the 8th Big Energy Saving Week which is run is partnership between the Citizen's Advice Bureau, the Energy Saving Trust and the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy with the support of a good number of organisations, including Wolverhampton Homes. This week we join partners from across the country to help raise public awareness of how people can switch energy supplier, tariff and get the best deal possible.

We are also hosting an Energy Advice Surgery for Big Energy Saving Week. Make sure you go along to help make sure your home is energy efficient, for help saving money on gas and electricity bills and of course freebies!

Energy Advice Surgery for Big Energy Saving Week will be held as follows:

Date: Thursday 24th January 2019
Time: 9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Venue: City One Stop Shop, 29 Market Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 3AG


You'll be amazed by how many people are paying more for energy than what they need to. Checking what you're paying is the first step to potentially making a big saving.


Many people stay on the same tariff with the same energy supplier for years, simply because they don't know any better or think it's probably too much hassle to switch. By switching tariff or supplier, you could save hundreds per year on your energy bills. If you've never switched before, it's definitely worth shopping around and seeing what's out there.

Alvina Ali, Energy & Climate Change Officer comments,


 energy supplier can be a great way for households to save money, with research showing that the majority of customers on non-fixed deals could save a significant sum of money. Remember check – switch – save.”


Click here to compare prices now.


The best way to save is to simply take control of your energy consumption at home. The Energy Saving Trust estimates that the average family in the UK could save up to £130 a year and avoid emitting 500kg of carbon dioxide, just by taking some simple energy saving steps.

To find out more about how you could save energy and money at the same time, visit our Energy Management page.

Our energy advice team can carry out a home energy check for you. During the check, our energy advice expert will offer you tailored advice and support.

Click here to request a home energy check.

Would you like further information or help and assistance in switching your energy supplier?

Click here, to contact our Energy and Climate Change Team.

Look out for our Energy Advice Surgeries coming nearer to you?

Click here to find out more about the Energy Advice Drop-Ins.



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