Having a warm home, improving comfort and reducing fuel bills are priorities for many homeowners in Scotland.
Home Energy Scotland is hosting a free information event in the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel to talk householders through how they can do all of these things whilst also making their home more environmentally friendly.
With climate change an immediate and urgent problem, and driving a car still an essential part of many people's everyday routines, speakers at the event will also be talking about greener travel options that not only lower carbon emissions but reduce travel costs and improve our health.
Join us to:
• Hear from experts about how to improve the energy efficiency of older properties.
• Find out about funding available to help you make your home comfy and cosy.
• Learn about Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone and how electric vehicle charging infrastructure development means options for flat owners.
Home Energy Scotland is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by the Energy Saving Trust. Our mission is to help people in Scotland create warmer homes, reduce their bills and move towards a lower carbon lifestyle.
Book your FREE place now – http://bit.ly/SustainableGlasgowWest
Interested and can’t make the event?
Home Energy Scotland provides free, impartial advice to help lower energy bills and carbon emissions. Call free on 0808 808 2282 or email email@example.com with your enquiry and an advisor will call you back.
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