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Coping with Energy Bills

Energy Price Rises causing concerns?

At the Annual Parish Meeting, Oakley residents enjoyed a very informative talk on 'Coping with Rising Energy Bills' by Alison Zarecky, the Climate Emergency Project Officer at Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. The Parish Council would like to share some links from the talk that may be helpful to you:

Are you eligible for energy efficiency loans? Have a look at the table on the Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council website for more information

For online energy saving advice go to Energy Saving Trust

If you have a complex problem visit The Environment Centre or call the advice line on 0800 804 8601

Your energy company may be able to assist with warm home discounts, help with payment or ECO3 eligibility

Find out your home's energy performance certificate rating. Places like the Energy Saving Trust can help with ideas to improve the rating by reducing home heat loss