Take part in a competition that could save £££ on your energy bills
Are your energy bills ever increasing? Do you want to reduce your carbon emissions? Try a new energy saving competition, the European Citizens Climate Cup (ECCC).
Supported by Gloucestershire County Council, the ECCC project will help households to track and reduce their energy usage, bringing down both their bills and their environmental impact. Participants of the competition will be able to create their own online Energy Saving Account which shows how much energy they are currently using and how this compares to last year. The Account then provides tailored advice on how to make savings.
Lucie Davis, Senior Project Manager at SWEA said, “It can be hard to know whether efforts to save energy actually achieve anything, but the Energy Saving Account will give you feedback every time you use it. The savings you achieve will be entered into the competition to be the UK Energy Saver of the Year, who will then go on to compete against the winners from 10 other European countries to bring the Climate Cup back to home soil”
You can open your Energy Saving Account on line any time at http://uk.theclimatecup.eu.