Householders in Longridge are invited to a drop-in session to discover how they can save up to £250 a year off their energy bills.
The event, on Thursday, March 28, will outline the People Power scheme that aims to combine the purchasing power of residents to cut the cost of heating and lighting.
Households are invited to register their interest in the scheme, which is being spearheaded by Lancashire councils, including Ribble Valley Borough Council, by April 8, with energy suppliers vying for their business on April 9.
Residents can register in person or over the phone at the Ribble Valley Borough Council Offices in Church Walk, Clitheroe.
Or Longridge residents can attend the drop-in session at the Old Station Buildings from 10am to noon.
The more households that register for People Power will make it a more attractive proposition to utility firms, with potential significant savings for the consumer.
If just 15,000 households sign up they could save a hefty £3million a year on their energy bills.
Ribble Valley Borough Council housing officer John Barber said: “People Power is an excellent example of how local councils are working together to help people save money on their energy bills.”
Further details available by calling 01200 425111.
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