SELCE's Energy Advice Cafes - just one month left to book a consultation - South East London Community Energy

SELCE’s Energy Advice Cafes – just one month left to book a consultation

Posted by | February 24, 2017 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Energy costs are on the increase again, so don’t miss this opportunity to find out how you can avoid pay more for your gas and electricity. SELCE is offering free advice on how to get the best energy deals and how to keep the cold out.

SELCE’s trained energy advisors are offering individual support over a cup of tea and a slice of cake at weekly advice sessions in Woolwich and Catford. We are particularly keen to provide help to pensioners,anyone on benefits, people with small children and people with long term medical conditions. We also provide energy advice training sessions for front line workers.

The SELCE co-operative has secured funding from the government’s Big Energy Saving Network initiative and its energy advisors can help residents to access available support and services as well. Support can also be provided to deal with fuel bill arrears.

The new Energy Cafés are being held on Mondays from 10am to 4pm at the Woolwich Centre, 35 Wellington St, London SE18 6HQ and on Tuesdays from 10am to 4pm at Lewisham Homes’ customer support office on the ground floor of Catford Old Town Hall, Catford Road, London, SE6 4RU. The session are only available until March 21st, so don’t delay.

If you are interesting in attending a session, you can either drop-in on the day or book an appointment on SELCE’s website at bit.ly/Catford. Anyone attending a session should bring their latest gas and electricity bills with them.

For more information on training for frontline workers, please email Alex Hartley at Alex@selce.org.uk

Who benefits

• The schools and community centres, who are our solar partners, benefit from reduced energy bills

• The shareholders benefit from annual interest payments of around 4-5% (and they get their investment money back in full after 20 years)

• SELCE benefits from government payments that are given to organisations which generate renewable energy (feed-in tariffs).

• SE Londoners paying more than 10% of their income on energy bills benefit from SELCE’s initiatives to help reduce their bills and stay warm. These initiatives will be funded by any profits we make from the feed-in tariffs.

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