Cut summer waste to build up funds for winter…says local charity

Isle of Wight households will be faced with an energy price hike of around £800 this coming winter, in some cases pushing the annual bill up to nearly £4,000. Warns the local Footprint Trust charity, which assists people in fuel poverty.

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Green Island Grants – insulate to save money and the planet

The Footprint Trust has teamed up with the Isle of Wight Council to help householders on the Island make the homes warmer and cheaper to heat. The charity is concerned that many households this winter will be making choices between heating and eating, due to finances being hit as a result of the Covid pandemic. Continue reading Green Island Grants – insulate to save money and the planet

Green Island Grant brings £500,000 to warm up households

Homeowners on the island could receive up to £10,000 towards the cost of making their homes warmer and more energy efficient.

The Isle of Wight will be one of the first places in the country to benefit from a new allocation of government money – thanks to a successful bid by the Isle of Wight Council.

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