Alternative Technology

Project Summary:

The Alternative Technology Centre is requesting funding for the ‘SUSSED about energy in the home project’ to be delivered in the Calderdale area of West Yorkshire. The funding will provide energy efficiency advice packs, detailing various tips and provide information on the schemes and grants that are available for energy efficiency schemes. The target group is school communities i.e. children, teachers etc in areas of poor housing stock/poverty. This project will use the same model which has delivered in three other school areas in West Yorkshire.

Expected Number of Individuals: 7,500

Expected Number of Households:4,500

Trustees Meeting: December 2007

Funding Amount Approved: £24,500

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