Smart Communities works with households, schools, charities and community groups to help them to save energy, reduce bills and improve the environment. Smart Communities can help you change the things you use every day, such as lighting, heating, cleaning and entertaining, to enable you – and all your community – to use less energy.

Working together to save energy

If you live in South West London, you can receive tips on energy saving, invitations to events and the opportunity to request a free home visit from our energy advisors. During the visit, they will give you practical advice on how to cut your energy use. They will also give you free energy saving equipment and an Owl energy monitor so you can track how much electricity you’re using.

If you would like us to visit your school or community building in South West London now, then just email us. We will be running home visits again in Oct 2016 in selected locations.

What’s Happening

Energy saving in Kingston and Tolworth

This project ran from January 2014 to March 2015, funded by the UK Power Networks’ Power of Giving scheme. We visited 107 homes and saved them an estimated £5,300 / year in total, or £50 / home / year. Read more about the project here.

Energy saving in Kingston and Malden Manor

This project started in Oct 2015 and completes in April 2016, funded by Kingston Council. We will have visited 27 homes.

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