News release: Green Deal Energy Advice Centre takes to the road!
The shop goes mobile!
Come and see us at:
The popular Energy Advice Centre in the Winchester Brooks shopping centre is taking to the road after closing its doors in the Brooks Centre on Saturday 27 April. The Department of Climate Change funded project has helped hundreds of people in the last 10 weeks, advising them on ways to save money and energy, and stay warm in their homes. There will now be an Energy Advice Roadshow visiting fetes and shows over the whole summer.
People visiting the road show stall will have a chance to take part in competition and quizzes as well as getting the same level of advice and help with home energy matters. Look out for the WinACC stand at the above venues or download information from www.winacc.org.uk. If you would like the roadshow to visit your event please contact email@example.com
Note to editors
1. More information from Susie Phillips at WinACC on 01962 827083 / 07704 325930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. This activity is part of Green Deal Winchester, a project funded through the Green Deal Pioneer Places Fund. Winchester City Council made a successful competitive bid to the Department of Energy and Climate Change. The aim of the Fund is to inform people about the Green Deal and how it can help them to pay for energy-saving improvements to their home. Winchester City Council is working with Winchester Action on Climate Change to deliver Green Deal Winchester.
3. Winchester Action on Climate Change was formed in October 2007 to engage every household and organisation in Winchester district in cutting the carbon footprint of the district by 30% between 2004 and the end of 2015. More at www.winacc.org.uk
4. WinACC is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 1126993)