Cheap electricity customers living in an East Sussex town could benefit from a grant given by one of the Big Six energy suppliers.
EDF Energy has handed £30,000 to The Community Project based at Laughton Lodge near Lewes, which will be put towards installing a wood chip biomass boiler for the benefit of residents who live there.
The energy supplier's green fund manager, Mark Thompson, commented: "We're delighted to announce that The Community Project has been successful in its grant application. EDF Energy is extremely happy to support what is a very innovative and exciting project.
"Thanks to customers on our green tariff, EDF Energy has been able to invest millions of pounds into small-scale renewable projects through the fund, all part of our commitment to diverse low carbon solutions across the country."
Householders wanting to do their bit for the environment could sign up to one of the green electricity tariffs available online.
If you want to find out more about gas and electricity and how you could save up to £453 in minutes, click here.
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