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22 Mar 2012 NEA, the national fuel poverty and energy efficiency charity

NEA-logo.jpgNEA, the national fuel poverty and energy efficiency charity have formed a new partnership to aid the accessibility of Energy Awareness training to frontline energy staff in Wales. Qualifications accredited by City and Guilds at level 2 and 3 will be offered to companies offering impartial, but exacting, energy advice and guidance to those at most risk of suffering from fuel poverty in Wales. Key staff will be trained to guide the public through a range of options that they can undertake in their home to help reduce their fuel bills and potentially save hundreds of pounds off their annual fuel outgoings.

NEA director, John Cullerton, said “we welcome this partnership with Track Training as the start of a new era to take the knowledge we have developed over many years, to a wider audience for the benefit of fuel advisors across the country”. Malcolm Sanders, MBE, and CEO of Track Training advised: “we work closely with SSE in Wales and are very excited about our new partnership with NEA which allows us to support energy companies with professional and accredited training for front line staff to help them knowledgeably address the issues of fuel poverty across Wales and England”.

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Left to right is Malcolm Sanders, CEO Track Training, Viv Compton, Track Training, John Cullerton, NEA, Chris Ellis, NEA.

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