AceOn Group Promote Telford Energy Savers

AceOn Group Promote Telford Energy Savers

With AceOn Group having a vested interest in green energy we are excited to promote the Telford Energy Savers (www.telfordenergysavers.co.uk) campaign in partnership between Telford & Wrekin Council and Carillion Energy Services(http://www.carillionplc.com/). This campaign aims to boost the local economy, improve local housing and save people money on their energy bills.

Telford Energy Savers is offering free enrgy assessments as part of the Government's Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation to help you save money on you fuel bills.

To find out more and book your Green Deal energy assessment, conducted by a qualified Green Deal Assessor call 0800 073 0252. Your assessor will let you know what improvements will save you the most energy, and what funds you may be entitled to. You will receive a quotation for the cost of improvements and can get quotes from other suppliers if you wish.

If you want to go ahead your assessor writes up the plan, schedules works and goes through all costs. You don't have to have a Green Deal loan. Its advantage is that the Green Deal loan funds improvements at no upfront cost- you repay through your electricity bill. The difference between your current energy bill and the savings made through the improvements eventually pays for them. If you do nothing, your bills are very likely to increase.

The improvements will be installed on the days that have been agreed with you. This then means you can enjoy a warmer home at a lower cost.

Carillion will make sure that you benefit from relevant grants, new technologies and a high standard of work, delivered by local firms. Demand for improvements will increase local jobs and people's understanding of the benefits of saving energy.

For more information call 0800 073 0252 or visit www.telfordenergysavers.co.uk.


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