Hot under the collar, at least
Now with autumn starting to nibble away at your little toesies, cast you mind back to the revelation made by a host of energy and social charities about the cost of energy for those using meters, generally those who need to watch their budgets. But that’s not all
‘In fact the burden for householders in Devon to be able to adequately heat their homes to keep a standard of warmth and well-being over the cold months has increased tremendously,’ according to Martin Eibl, Devon warmth officer for the National Energy Action charity.
‘Due to fuel price increases over the past years the average standard fuel bills have simply rocketed.
‘For many low income households in Devon it means probably not being able to live in a warm and comfortable home for the winter coming. Also, to make a decision if you spend your little money on fuel bills or food etc.’
Have a look at the Devon Sustainable Energy Network and the National Energy Action charity site.
Posted by Cptn
October 9th, 2006