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06 June 2016

Tackling fuel poverty with innovative technology

NCHA’s Energy Services team met with local Nottingham MP Lillian Greenwood to showcase a project in Nottingham to tackle fuel poverty and cold homes.

Working with Greenvision Heating, NCHA have been able to run a project in nine homes at the Millers Court development in Radford, to help save tenant’s money through energy efficiencies and also to improve the thermal comfort and heating in their homes.

The project was funded by the National Energy Action (NEA) charity’s “Health and Innovation” programme. The projects aims to improve the energy rating of each of the homes involved in the pilot, as well as save money on fuel bills by utilising new heating and water devices for the home.

NCHA’s dedicated Energy Services team deliver energy-saving projects across the association’s properties throughout the East Midlands. The team work to improve the energy efficiency within the fabric of each home, and also to educate and advise tenants on energy-savings and efficiencies.

For more information about NCHA’s free home energy evaluations visit: