Energy suppliers E.ON are set to launch a new energy efficiency scheme in the city of Stoke-on-Trent.
The energy company has signed a £2.3 million deal to support a range of renewable micro-generation projects to support a drive from Stoke's council to create the UK's "first sustainable city".
Solar panels, energy efficient boilers, air source heat pumps and external wall insulation will be installed as part of the scheme to help increase the efficiency of 5,000 homes out of the council's 19,000-strong housing stock.
The funding for the scheme is being provided as part of the government's Community Energy Saving Programme, which requires ten of the UK's largest energy suppliers to deliver energy efficiency measures to low-income homes.
Council leader Mohammed Pervez said: "The benefits of our investment in these schemes will not only generate hundreds of pounds of savings on residents' fuel bills but it will also have the potential to generate income over the lifetime of the programme."
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