FREE, impartial advice sessions which could help Exeter residents save more than £300 on their energy bills, are due to take place next week.
The three events are being run by Citizens Advice Exeter as part of the charity’s national Big Energy Saving Week and they are being supported by Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw.
The sessions, which are free to attend, will take place:
- October 31 at St Sidwell’s Centre, 10am-1pm.
- November 1 at Exeter Library, 10am-2pm
- November 4 at Exeter Library, 10am-2pm
Steve Barriball, Chief Executive of Citizens Advice Exeter, said: ‘As part of Big Energy Saving Week we are taking our advice out to people and making it more accessible than ever’.
‘Statistics show that people stay with their suppliers for many reasons and quite often could save considerable sums of money by switching tariff or provider. It is important to us as an organisation that we get the right advice out to local people and help them save money – sometimes hundreds of pounds.
‘We are delighted to receive the support of MP Ben Bradshaw who will be attending the event at the library on November 4 from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.’
If you are a resident of Exeter or the surrounding area you qualify to receive the free advice, simply take a recent energy bill and an adviser will help you identify if a cheaper provider or tariff is available and support you through the switching process.
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