As part of the wider national scheme to deliver the benefits of energy efficiency to households, E.ON has decided to offer free cavity wall and loft insulation to households that are currently without these, regardless of whether the household uses E.ON as their energy supplier.
The insulation, which would usually cost around £775, is being offered for free for a limited time to all homeowners, landlords and private tenants who have their landlord's permission. Households who take up the offer could save up to £285 a year on their energy bills. The offer is available until 30th June.
For more information see - https://www.eonenergy.com/insulate or ask them to call E.ON on 0330 400 1083.
This week in Parliament I formally presented the petition signed by 2,599 people calling for the removal of the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) from the management of Felixstowe Academy, so the school can have a fresh start under new leadership for the benefit of pupils.
Earlier this year I met the National Schools Commissioner, Sir David Carter, who informed me that he has written a Pre-termination Warning letter to AET. This is the first stage of the process that can lead to securing a new organisation to run the school. I continue to follow up this issue with the Department of Education.
In the meantime, I wish the students taking their exams the very best.
Therese has nominated Rendlesham based firm GAH Refrigeration Ltd for a Parliamentary corporate responsibility award as a result of their excellent work to help reduce air pollution and climate change. The awards are being run by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Corporate Responsibility to recognise companies which go beyond mere compliance to support their local communities.
Therese said: "I'm delighted to nominate GAH Refrigeration for a Business Champion Award. When I visited them last November I was highly impressed by their innovative and responsible approach to doing business."
"GAH are the UK market leaders in supplying powerful and fuel efficient refrigeration systems to large supermarkets and smaller companies. Their systems are designed with features to reduce the impact on the environment by being lighter and quieter but also, are working towards systems that can be operated on electric vehicles or hybrid vehicles."
Therese added: "What is particularly special about GAH is their ongoing passion and success for improving the environment and helping the profitability and performance of their customers by reducing fuel and emissions."
GAH are a local success story, next year is their 25th anniversary and they have become a local employer for some 70 employees.
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