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MSP for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth, Jamie Hepburn has declared his support for this year's Energy Saving Week.
The SNP MSP has given his backing to the event which started yesterday.
The event, which aims at educating people in how to “Take back control of your energy bills” started yesterday (Monday) and will run until this Friday (28th October).
Commenting, on the event which is now in its fifteenth year, Mr Hepburn said: “The average family from Cumbernauld and Kilsyth can save up to £250 a year by being energy efficient and with the cost of energy bills on the rise, there’s no better time than now to take back control of your bills.
“Simple changes can make all the difference such as insulating cavities, checking that your fridge freezer door seals are working properly, installing an insulating jacket for hot water tanks and remembering to close your curtains at dusk.
“More information can be obtained from the Energy Saving Trust Scotland who coordinates Energy Saving Week. I would encourage any person in Cumbernauld and Kilsyth interested in improving their home’s energy efficiency and saving on their household bills to make contact with them to discuss what steps they can take.”
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