All at Energyextra would like to wish tenants and our partners the very best wishes for this festive period and the coming new year.
Energyextra recently facilitated a seminar in conjunction with Black Country Housing Group and Placeshapers concerning how the issue of Fuel Poverty can be successfully tackled to benefit both landlords and their tenants.
The announcement from OFWAT last week that draft proposals for water bills over the next five year period could potentially see them fall by up to 5% in real terms can only be viewed as good news from the consumers point of view.
EnergyExtra has become the regional winner of the Community Footprint Award, a national award scheme run by the fuel poverty charity National Energy Action in partnership with British Gas and the Department for Energy and Climate Change which aims to recognise excellence in tackling fuel poverty and reducing carbon emissions.
Since August 2011, consumers have been forced to accept dramatic price increases in the price they pay with an estimated 4.1 million properties in the UK falling into fuel poverty by the end of 2011.
Dudley Council has secured funding from the Department of Health to keep vulnerable borough residents warm and well in their homes during the cold snap.
We are pleased to announce that our fuel partner Scottish and Southern Electric (SSE) have now reopened their successful free appliance scheme to existing customers of SSE.