As winter approaches, our Home Energy Advice team will be touring libraries in the city to share top tips on lowering energy bills and helping to make homes more energy efficient.
Their first stop is Spondon Library on Monday (20 October) from 10.30am to 11.30am and you can learn more about how to save money on energy bills. The tour will be visiting libraries and other locations during October and November.
The Home Energy experts will be on hand to give advice and information about saving energy and water at home and to help people tap into financial help that may be available to make their home warmer and more energy and water efficient.
The average home in the UK could save around £280 and 1.1 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year by being more energy efficient, with measures such as topping up loft insulation potentially saving around £25 and installing new or replacement central heating offering on average around £300 worth of savings a year.
To find out more information about the Home Energy Library Tour visit www.derby.gov.uk/homeenergyadvice or telephone 01332 640810.
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