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Achieve Energy Savings For Your Village Hall

Utility Aid (UA) are working with Community First Oxfordshire to ensure all their members are receiving the best possible rates for their gas and electricity.

You could help  to  reduce the energy costs of your village hall and help it to become more energy efficient by asking UA for  a free remote energy review.

The free review consists of:

  • Finding your current position in regards to your energy contracts and consumption.
  • Checking that you are not paying more than you should be and that you are on the correct meter profile for your level of energy usage.
  • Seeing if you are about to roll in or out of a contract and that you are paying the correct rate of VAT.
  • If you are coming up for renewal, they can go to market and come back to you with the most competitive rates and compare them with the rates you are currently paying to see you can make any savings.

UA also advises on all energy matters, including a bill service that checks that your bills are accurate.

To carry out the review  all you have to do s complete the UA Letter of Authority and return it to  Tessa Hall (please click on my name).

If you wish to know more about this offer please contact Tessa Hall on 01865 883488 you can also visit www.utility-aid.co.uk to see the work they are doing.

 

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