Energy Projects Plus – fully funded training, summer energy help and other news

May 26, 2022 | News, Newsletter

Smart Meter training for frontline workers

EPP has received funding from Smart Energy GB to deliver a project promoting the smart meter rollout and encouraging as many residents as possible to take up the offer of a smart meter for their home.

Our Smart Energy GB in Communities project is focussed on engaging with older residents aged 65+. Between now and the end of September, we’re getting out and about, attending community events with our Energy Efficiency advice stall. We’re also delivering short briefing sessions, either in-person, or via Zoom/Teams to frontline workers who themselves engage with older residents. These sessions will cover the 4 solutions to fuel poverty, with a link to using Smart Meters to assist in monitoring “energy efficient behaviour at home”.

If you have any community events you’d like us to attend, contact Katie and she’ll check the diary for you: [email protected]

If your team would like to receive one of our briefing sessions, please get in touch with Melanie: [email protected]

OR you can book one of our one-hour open courses at various dates and times here:

Fully funded workshops through Wirral Lifelong Learning

Save money and help our environment!

Energy Projects Plus is offering two bitesize, interactive, and fun workshops to share tips and ideas that will save money and the planet!

These courses are fully funded by Wirral Lifelong Learning for clients who meet the criteria.

Course 1

Reducing Home Energy Bills

You will discover:

  • How using less energy helps our environment
  • Tips and ideas that will save energy and money on your fuel bills
  • Fuel tariffs, switching suppliers and green tariffs

Course 2:

How to Eat an Eco-Friendly Diet

You will discover:

  • How food choices can help can save money and the environment
  • Reducing food waste and meal planning
  • What fruit & veg are in season
  • Health benefits of fresh, low carbon food

Get spending savvy by finding new ways to save energy, eat and cook.

To host a free face-to-face workshop at your venue or book a private online course for 8-10 learners email: [email protected]

Local Energy Advice Partnership

‘Summer LEAP’ is currently available to residents across Merseyside and Cheshire who are on a low income, receive income related benefits, or have a health condition made worse by cold.

Advice is provided over the phone and includes all elements of managing energy bills plus referrals for benefits maximisation. Easy measures can be posted out to residents in receipt of income related or disability benefits.

The full LEAP home visit service will resume in July.

To refer a client for a LEAP advice call, or to be added to the waiting list for a LEAP home visit please complete the usual EPP referral form:

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