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Delighted resident reveals how Liverpool City Region energy efficiency scheme transformed her home – and her lifestyle.
Karen Harvey is one of more than 1,000 householders to benefit from ‘retrofit schemes’ which has seen her home fitted with the latest energy efficient improvements.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) secured £60m from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy for the scheme, which is delivered in conjunction with local specialists, Next Energy, to reduce heating bills and carbon output from low-income households.
St Helens homeowner, Karen, is delighted with the work which has been completed on her home.
Around 1,200 properties have benefited from the scheme so far, which includes a range of energy efficient improvements, such as the installation of external wall insulation and the latest ventilation systems to combat damp and condensation.
A team from LCRCA and Next Energy visited Karen to find out what she thought of the work.
During the visit, LCRCA project manager, Siobhan Thomas, said:
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