Solar Power and You
Archived news: published on Monday 01 Feb 2010 by Fife Council
Fife Council’s Housing and Neighbourhood Services has, for a number of years, been fitting Solar Hot Water Panels with aim of improving the fuel costs and the carbon footprint of some of its own housing stock. This year we are fitting another 52 in homes in four areas around Fife. In addition we are seeking to use these installations to promote energy efficiency and renewable technologies to homeowners in the private sector.
Fife Council has teamed up with the Energy Saving Trust to offer Fife’s home owners the opportunity to install solar water heating systems at hugely discounted prices. The Energy Saving Scotland advice centre is funded by the Scottish Government and provides free and impartial advice about how to stop wasting energy at home. Home owners can also find out if solar water heating is right for them.
A series of drop-in information events will be held in the following venues this week:
Howe of Fife Rugby Club, Cupar
Tuesday 2 February 2.30pm to 8.00pm
Kingswood Hotel, Burntisland
Wednesday 3 February 2.30pm to 8.00pm
Bay Inn, Dalgety Bay
Wednesday 10 February 2.30pm to 8.00pm
Further information about this scheme call be found by calling the Energy Saving Advice Centre on 0800 512 012.
For more information contactEnergy Saving Scotland advice centre
Tel: 0800 512 012 Contact Energy Saving Scotland advice centre online
Finlay Ross, Lead Officer - Maintenance & Improvements (Cowdenbeath)
Tel: 03451 55 55 55 + Ext 44 45 21 Contact Finlay Ross online
By Post: Fife Council, Town House, 123 High Street, Cowdenbeath, KY4 9QB