Energy monitor

Energy monitor library loan scheme

Residents can borrow easy to install electricity monitors for free from Bath Central Library. You can request a monitor at any local library in Bath & North East Somerset for free. The loan period is 3 weeks free of charge and overdue fees are 15p per day to a maximum of £10.00

The electricity monitors clip around electricity cables at the fuse box and have a separate display unit that can be put in a prominent place such as the lounge or kitchen. The display gives a real-time read-out of electricity use and cost, and allows householders to see the energy use read-out rise and fall as lights and appliances are switched on and off - great for raising energy awareness at home and identifying ways to save money on your electricity bill.

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The Energy at Home Advice Service can help you make your home warm, healthy and efficient. 

Energy at Home volunteer advisers run a drop-in advice surgery at the top of the escalators in front of Bath Central Library on the following dates: Wed 29th Nov, Wed 31st Jan, Wed 28th Feb, Wed 28th March. 10am - 4pm. 

Contact the Energy at Home Advice Service for free, expert home energy advice.

Energy at Home advice service contact details

 

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