Wingecarribee Shire Council and the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage are set to host a joint energy-saving workshop at Moss Vale on Wednesday 25 July.
Michael Rhydderch, Council’s Environmental Project Officer said the two-hour workshop would help residents better understand their power usage and explain how to cut energy costs.
“As the outside temperature drops residential power usage conversely increases,” he said. “This workshop not only shows participants how they can lower their electricity bills but how to keep them down without sacrificing warmth or comfort.”
Topics that will be covered include future energy trends, solar and battery options, tips to reduce your energy bills and financing options.
“We’re also encouraging participants who come along to bring in their latest electricity bill for an independent assessment,” Michael said.
Demystifying Energy is a totally independent public workshop organised by Council and the Office of Environment and Heritage with no third party or private contractor involvement.
The Moss Vale workshop follows a similar seminar held earlier in the month at Hill Top.
The free public workshop will be held at the Moss Vale Country Women’s Association (CWA) hall from 6:30pm to 8:30pm on Wednesday 25 July 2018. The Moss Vale CWA is located at 66 Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale.
The workshop is free to attend however bookings are essential.
To book visit www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/events/demystifyenergycwa
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Council on 4868 0888.