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LEAP into Energy Advice

LEAP into Energy Advice

Sheffield City Council is promoting a new free service helping people to keep warm and save on energy. The Local Energy Advice Service ( LEAP )provides free advice and acts as a first point of contact to put you in touch with support from organisations such as Groundworks Yorkshire and their Green Doctor scheme to advise on energy efficiency and support from organisations to help with fuel arrears.

It is run by Agility Eco and you can get in touch either through their website or by telephoning 0800 060 7567 ( for England and Wales )

Their eligibility criteria is very broad and includes disability benefits.

Sheffield City Council also says:

“As we all know, the cost of energy and heating our homes has dramatically risen. It makes sense to periodically review any opportunities to use energy more efficiently and save money.I’m sure most of us will have seen Martin Lewis in the media with his money saving advice. His website has some fantastic advice, tips and important myth busting. We thought it might be helpful to share the links in case you might want to take a look….

Energy Myth Busting: Should you leave your heating on all day?

Energy Saving tips



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