The Big Energy Saving Week is a national UK campaign that took place from 31 October to 6 November 2016. The campaign and focused on raising citizens awareness of how to choose the best energy suppliers, tariffs and making their homes more energy efficient.
The event took place in the CCC Cambridge Central Library which is also a facility monitored in the DAREED platform. CCC staff helped citizens and gave them advice on how to best use the tools at their disposal, which included DAREED in a main role.
This is the sixth Big Energy Saving Week and is a partnership between Citizens Advice, the Energy Saving Trust and the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy with the support of numerous organisations, charities and companies. Cambridgeshire County Council's Adult and Learning Skills team are a 'bronze' partner and are working closely with the Citizen Advice Bureaus in Cambridge and Huntingdon.
Tania Hurst Wells, Project Manager at Cambridgeshire County Council and DAREED stakeholder said: "Lots of people could save money on energy by using online tools to reduce their bills and also learn how to make their homes more energy efficient and warm."
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