We will be attending the North East Association of Local Energy Officers (ALEO) network meeting on the 16th June 2017, sponsored by Mitsubishi. Held at Durham County Council, County Hall, the meeting will provide insights into the challenging Energy Company Obligation, and how this movement will have an impact on North East households.. With presentations from high-profile attendees, such as Nicola Marshall, Senior Development Account Executive at Scottish Power, and Denise Rogers, Business Development Manager at Npower, the meeting provides a great opportunity to discuss the ECO scheme with leaders of the energy companies and those associated with its delivery.

ALEO is a not-for-profit organisation supporting local government officers and partner organisations, with the ambition to proactively tackle the UK’s domestic-sector carbon footprint, as well as helping to minimise domestic energy consumption and combat rising fuel poverty.

We are committed to playing a role in alleviating fuel poverty and have helped thousands of households in Scotland, England and Wales to stay warm and reduce their energy bills with the installation of various energy efficiency measures. Union Technical has secured funding from a range of energy companies and our position as an accredited and trusted installer will drive us to achieve our ambitious plans to further reduce fuel poverty across the UK.

If you are interested in meeting our Business Development Director, Kirsty Brown, who will be attending the ALEO meeting, please email: kirstybrown@uniontechnical.co.uk