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Save money and go green

 

Rethinking the way you use energy and water in your home can help you save money on bills and reduce your carbon footprint.

 

Re:think information packs

We've created a series of information packs to help you to save money and reduce your carbon footprint.
 

You can Re:think the way you live and save money by getting the most from:

 
More information about saving money by going green can be found on the following sites:

Energy Saving Trust

Recycle in Hampshire

Recycle in Surrey

Recycle in West Berkshire
 
Home Heat Helpline 

 

 

Fuel poverty

There's approximately 3.5 million households in England in fuel poverty. This is when 10% or more of your household income goes towards your fuel bills.

If you’re struggling to pay your fuel bills help is out there.

Turn2us - lots of useful advice about switching suppliers and energy efficiency grants.

Home Heat Helpline - free online chat service available.

My Home Energy Switch - is an energy supply service from the National Housing Federation to help you reduce your energy bills. This service is free and impartial and could save you, on average, £72.84. All you need is your postcode, your most recent energy bill and a few minutes to see how much you can save. For more information call 0800 0014 706.

Switch Hampshire* - councils across the county have joined forces, to help you benefit from greater savings on your energy bills, by combining their purchasing power. Registration is free – you just need your latest energy bill to hand. And the more people who sign up the greater the savings could be.

*Switch Hampshire doesn’t guarantee to provide a cheaper price than your current tariff. Savings are accurate on the day the offer is made, you have the right to cancel the offer within 7 days of accepting.

Keeping warm this winter

Keeping warm over the winter months can help prevent colds, flu or more serious health conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, pneumonia and depression. Here’s some handy hints to keep you warm and well.

10 quick tips to keep warm in winter

Keep warm keep well

Spread the warmth