Sarah Thomas, Project Manager for the Insulate Hampshire Scheme is delighted with the news:
Key players from across the sustainable energy industry will be gathering in York on the 21st September 2012 to attend NEA’s annual Fuel Poverty Forum.
The event, held at York Medical Society will be focussing on Green Deal and ECO (Energy Company Obligation) policy and will demonstrate how both schemes will attempt to aid fuel poor communities across the country.
Emma Kovaleski, Manager of the CEO’s Office at Yorkshire Energy Services will be speaking at the event and offering delegates’ insight into the Government’s Green Deal and ECO strategies. As one of the pioneer Green Deal Providers, Yorkshire Energy Services have been directly involved in the pilot programme and aims to offer support to small to medium sized enterprises (SME’s) wishing to join their Green Deal network.
The Government’s Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) is drawing to a close. CERT is a funding stream that is used to cover the costs a number of energy saving services. Yorkshire Energy Services are using CERT to offer customers a completely free cavity wall insulation and loft insulation service.
Homeowners and private renting tenants in England now have just over 2 months to take up the free home insulation offer while funding is available. Yorkshire Energy Services are busy engaging residents across the country and promoting the benefits of a warmer and more energy efficient household.
Already thousands of homeowners have signed up to the scheme. Yorkshire Energy Services advisors will be registering householder’s right up until the end of September 2012. If your home could benefit from cavity wall insulation of loft insulation, then beat the deadline and call Yorkshire Energy Services today on 0800 052 7496 or visit www.yorkshireenergyservices.co.uk.