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Bryson Energy – New Health Routes Supporting Young Families at Risk of Fuel Poverty Print E-mail
Friday, 18 April 2014 00:00

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There are a number of health problems that can emerge from children living in cold damp homes. For example, children in cold homes are more than twice as likely to suffer from respiratory problems as children living in warm homes. Cold, damp homes have also been associated with poor weight gain in infants, higher hospital admission rates and they can lead to children having more time off school due to illness.

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To tackle the impact that cold, damp homes have on children's health, Bryson Energy has launched a project 'New Health Routes' where the aim is to identify families with children vulnerable to fuel poverty and make it easier for them to access our support. The 'New Health Routes' project focuses on all children aged 5 and under and on older children and adolescents with respiratory and cardiovascular problems.

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We offer independent energy advice, can identify various grants that are available to help improve the energy efficiency of a home and we also install energy saving measures such as solid wall, cavity wall and loft insulation through our range of experienced and accredited subcontractors.

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Having been provided with information on Bryson Energy through 'New Health Routes' by her local GP, Amanda Devlin from Maguiresbridge in Co. Fermanagh recently had the energy efficiency of the family home improved through the 'Warm Homes Scheme' delivered by Bryson Energy. The family home had solid wall insulation applied, walls were drylined and loft insulation was installed.

Amanda discusses the benefits: "The insulation has already made a big difference in the comfort of our home. The house is a lot warmer, which can only help the health of our two children. I would recommend the scheme to friends and family and in fact already have".

All of this support can help to reduce energy costs for householders and make a home warmer and more comfortable to live in and therefore healthier, particularly for children.

To find out more about the options available to keep the home warm a family has to simply phone: 0800 1422 865 and quote 'New Health Routes'

For further information on the project contact:

Project Manager: Rory McManus
T. 028 9073 4275
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Project Officer: Léo Andrade
T. 028 9073 4261
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HEAT Scheme prize winners Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 April 2014 11:02

The winners of the HEAT Survey prize draw have been contacted and prizes distributed. 

Thanks to everyone who participated.   


Bryson Energy providing a ‘helping hand’ for our older residents with the new handyman pilot Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 13:23

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Bryson Charitable Group has been funded by Atlantic Philanthropies' to scope and trial a handyperson service model for Northern Ireland based on a social enterprise approach. Bryson Energy is delivering this project on behalf of Bryson Charitable Group. The project commenced in April 2013 and referrals to the service are currently being taken.

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Community Oil Buying Club saves energy and money Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 March 2014 08:51

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Bryson Energy Hosts Cregagh Energy Efficiency & Money Matters Information Day. Bryson Energy’s Community Oil Buying Club which operates in North and East Belfast has been at the forefront of saving communities money and energy.

The scheme which has almost 100 members completed a group buy of 16,700 litres of oil at the end of January for 38 households, delivering group savings of £600 and individual savings on average of £16.  

To further increase household’s awareness of energy saving measures Bryson Energy is organising an information day on Friday 7th March, from 11.30 to 2.30pm in Cregagh Youth and Community Centre. Supported by the Financial Capability Partnership NI, a range of organisations will be present including the Consumer Council, National Energy Action (NEA), Firmus Energy, Power NI, Warm Homes, Advice NI, NIHE, Castlereagh Borough Council and Christians against Poverty and Credit Unions. 

Advisors will be on hand to provide practical tips on how to save money on energy bills, to budget or to manage debt.  Advice will also be available on consumer rights, energy efficiency schemes and energy brokering initiatives such as the Community Oil Buying Club.

Many thanks

Raymond Gormley

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