If you know someone who is elderly, caring for young children or in poor health and who is worried about their home being cold or damp, let them know about Winter Wellbeing. The Winter Wellbeing campaign offers advice on how to reduce fuel poverty, raise awareness of the risks of low temperatures and high humidity in homes, and encourage take-up of grants available for insulation and heating. The project may also be able to help people in need by providing …READ MORE »
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- Low carbon heat – is there an opportunity for community energy?
- Chacewater leads the charge towards electric vehicles
- Cornish householders to get ‘Energy Wise’ following Big Lottery Fund boost
- Event held to help Camborne householders cut their energy bills
- Advice from Cornish charity – check your energy bills this autumn
- Statistics show the cold reality of fuel poverty in Cornwall
- Cooking up energy savings in Four Lanes
- Event held to help householders cut their energy bills
- Can you afford another £55 on your energy bill this year?
- Strong demand for Smart Warmth project