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During this year’s Energy Week (24-31 Oct 2015) #EnergyNI15 we are encouraging you to do just three things:

Insulate, Insulate, Insulate

Make sure your insulation is up to spec, recommends the Housing Executive, as it remains the best way to keep your energy bills down.

Make sure your loft has 270mm of insulation and if you’ve cavity walls find out if they have been filled.  If you’re on a low income you may be eligible for help through Affordable Warmth.

Location, Location, Location, may be the moto of many, change yours to insulation, insulation, insulation and make sure your nest is cosy this winter.  For free impartial advice on saving energy call 0800 1422 865.

Join an oil buying club!

Do you use home heating oil?  Did you know that by buying oil in bulk could save ££s?

The Housing Executive has helped set up oil clubs across Northern Ireland in partnership with Bryson Energy.  Many members have already saved £££s on their oil! 

To begin saving on your home heating oil contact Bryson Energy (freephone) 0800 1422 867 for further details on how it works and to check if there’s a club near you.

Make one free call…

To save on your energy costs call freephone 0800 1422 865 today.

Receive free, impartial advice on how you can make your home more energy efficient.  There are no cost tips on how to reduce home energy bills and information on grants available, if you’re eligible.  So call the freephone number 0800 1422 865 today; it won’t cost the earth but you may save £s.

This freephone is supported by the Housing Executive and managed by Bryson Energy.

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UTV Live Tonight ran a piece on the Oil Club scheme featuring Bryson Energy, Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Colin Partnership. Please click HERE to view.

Segment 30th June @ 24.35mins

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The Bryson Energy Handyperson Service provides low cost repairs and minor jobs for older people living in the greater Belfast area.  The service is fully insured and staff are police checked. 

Examples of the type of work undertaken

Fitting curtain rails and shelves

Repairs to doors, cupboards & windowsFixing loose floorboards

Fitting doorchains

Fitting Carbon Monoxide alarms

Clearing paths

Fitting doors

Parts and materials

The client pays for these. In cases where the client has difficulty sourcing materials for example due to mobility problems assistance may be provided.

Contact Us

If you would like to use the Bryson Energy Handyperson service or if you would like to find out more about the range of tasks that can be completed contact

Mob: 07850 707588 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

The Handyperson service does not include work which is the responsibility of the private landlord or social housing provider.

Home Safety Checks

This scheme provides a thorough safety check with the aim of eliminating hazards and fitting small aids where they are needed. Home safety checks are open to everyone regardless of tenure.

Why Home Safety Checks are important?

Safety checks are particularly important for:

Over 60s

Any older person who has had a fall or feels they are at risk of a fall

Anyone aged over 60 living alone



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Horizon 2020, the main instrument for funding research and innovation in the EU, is open and has an emphasis on excellent science, industrial leadership and tackling societal challenges. Bryson Energy’s team has a wealth of knowledge in the delivery of successful EU projects having participated as a partner in SAVE II, Intelligent Energy for Europe and Interreg programmes.

Building on our experience of delivering EU projects on energy advice, eco labelling and consumer engagement Bryson Energy is co-ordinator for a proposal to the EE-10 call: Consumer Engagement for Energy Efficiency submitted in June 2015. 

Anyone interested in partnering with Bryson Energy or to discuss a project idea should contact Orla Ward on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

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