Sunderland Home Energy checklist

Sunderland Home Energy Checklist survey is an example tool for home energy advisers. It was used by the Sustainable Sunderland project under Big Lottery's Communities Living Sustainably programme to assess what advice to give householders on reducing energy use and costs. It gives you an idea of the types of questions to ask.

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