Switched On – Young People’s Energy Advice
Raising awareness and understanding on the importance of embracing energy efficiency for young people in Manchester.
Citizens Advice ‘Switched on’ Project is funded by the Energy Saving Trust’s Energy Redress scheme and will provide energy workshops and 1-2-1 sessions for young people (16-25 yr olds) in order to help them adopt sustainable living and energy efficiency, as well as the support to improve their quality of everyday life.
The Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from one of our Young People’s energy ambassadors and learn;
- How to manage your energy account.
- Switch energy suppliers.
- Tips and tricks on how to be more energy efficient.
The one hour workshop will be followed by a 15 minute Q&A session with one of our young people’s energy ambassadors who lead the project.
From knowing the basics on how to set up an energy account and what you need to be energy efficient, how to switch suppliers for cheaper deals and the tip and tricks you can use to keep your home warm in winter – they’ll be there to answer any questions you may have.
To participate, you must pre-register by 2pm on 4th June 2021. All registered participants will receive an email with instructions on how to connect to our virtual event on Google Meet. Please have Google Chrome downloaded before joining the event otherwise you will not be able to partake in the session until you have. Live closed captioning will be available.
If you cannot attend the event but are interested in the session you can book onto one of our future workshops. We will be hosting the events throughout 2021 – follow our twitter and instagram pages for new updates ad keep this event page saved if you think you would like advice at a later date.
If you have any further questions about the event, future events or the project please email the team at;
Or contact us on Twitter – @SwitchedOnMCR (https://twitter.com/SwitchedOnMCR)
|Start||Friday 4 Jun 2021 4:00pm|
|Finish||Friday 4 Jun 2021 5:30pm|
|Organised by||Citizens Advice - Manchester|