Gas companies collaborate with a charity to assist 17.5k vulnerable people: Gas distribution networks in the United Kingdom have announced a new partnership with Citizens Advice to assist over 17,500 vulnerable people.


Through its Energy Advice Programme, the charity will raise awareness about carbon monoxide (CO) and CO risk.

 

The scheme, which is led by SGN and supported by Cadent, Northern Gas Networks, and Wales & West Utilities, will also trial energy advice packs that include a thermometer card and a CO alarm.

“This support is more vital than ever to keep those households and families most in need safe and warm.” Said Rob Gray, Director of Stakeholder Relations and Communications at SGN

“This new partnership allows us to support more people needing help through our energy services across the Citizens Advice network and it will ensure that communities can access reliable CO information and energy advice.” Said, Andrew Seager, Executive Director at Citizens Advice.

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