Manchester Energy Advice Project
The project involves targeting 300 local households to give them advice on energy efficiency in their own homes, empowering local community groups to be able to disseminate this advice themselves and increase the number of residents accessing energy saving products and home improvements including those funded through government grant schemes. A full time energy advisor will be employed to carry out this work, respond to info requests, and promote the agenda through local community events and talks at public meetings and schools.
Expected Number of Households: 150
Trustees Meeting: March 2006
Funding Amount Approved: £34336.50
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