Big Energy Saving Month 2021
Wishing a Happy New Year to all our Staff, Volunteers, Friends and Clients.
Big Energy Saving Month launches on Monday 11 January and will run for three weeks at a national level until Sunday 31 January. The national campaign aims to help people cut their energy bills and get the financial support they are entitled to.
We are giving people the power to save time, money and energy through everyday actions. The campaign raises public awareness of how simple changes such as switching energy supplier or tariff, accessing discounts or grants and making homes more energy efficient can make a big difference.
Let’s Save Your Energy
Giving you the power to save time, money and energy. You can get advice on your energy issues on our public advice site by accessing the links below.
Energy bills can be a big concern for households across Scotland but you could save money on your fuel bill by checking you're not paying more than you need for you energy.
Check you're getting the best deal from your current supplier, switching isn't the only way to get a better deal.
Make sure you're getting all the benefits and help you're entitled to. If you're struggling to pay your energy bills, or simply want to make sure you're getting all the financial help you're entitled to, your local Citizens Advice Bureau can help you check that you're not missing out on any benefits. You can also call the Money Talk Team helpline on 0800 085 7145.
Many people stay on the same tariff or with the same energy supplier for a number of years, without realising they could be getting a better deal elsewhere. By switching supplier or tariff you could save hundreds of pounds.
Check whether you could save money with the Citizens Advice energy price comparison tool. It's free, uses a full market comparison and is totally independent.
Get advice on switching energy supplier and understanding your energy tariff.
For some, switching isn't simple or it isn't possible due to your energy tariff. If you live in a home with electric-only heating and you're stuck with your existing tariff or supplier or you're looking for practical ways to lower your costs, you can get advice from your local Citizens Advice Bureau. You can contact Home Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2282 for advice on getting the most out of your electric heating system.
The best way to pay less for your fuel is simply to save energy around your home. This doesn't mean going without - you can waste less by being energy efficient.
You can contact Home Energy Scotland for free and impartial advice on how you can make your home more energy efficient, call 0808 808 2282.
You can contact our office directly for further help and advice around your Energy concerns - please email us at MUS-Energy@musselburghcab.org.uk or call us on 0131 653 2748 to arrange a chat with one of our advisers.