Low-income households in Bremen can contact the energy-saving assistants at WaBeQ free of charge. They are part of the nation-wide energy-saving check initiative and will help you lower the energy costs in your household. The energy-saving check allows you to save an average of 150 euros per year in energy costs.
How does it work?
The energy-saving team will visit you in your home and review your electricity consumption. They will give you initial tips on how to save electricity in your household and save money.
In the energy-saving team’s second visit, you will receive free immediate assistance valued at 70 euros on average. This includes energy-saving and LED bulbs, switchable multi-socket outlets, TV standby shut-off, timer switches and flow regulators for faucets that are installed directly. You will also receive a personal power-saving action plan and qualified tips on how to further reduce your electricity consumption easily. If your refrigerator is old and consumes too much electricity, an additional funding programme will help you acquire a new refrigerator that consumes less electricity.
The energy-saving assistants that visit you in your home are thoroughly qualified for this consultation. As individuals who have experienced long-term unemployment, they understand the everyday problems of low-income households from their own experience.
The energy-saving check is a nationwide community initiative of Deutschen Caritasverband e.V. and the Bundesverband der Energie- und Klimaschutzagenturen Deutschlands (eaD) e.V. and is funded by the Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation, Construction and Nuclear Safety.
Make an appointment directly or use the form:
Phone 0421 – 694973 – 10
WaBeQ GmbHg saves your contact details exclusively for the purpose of carrying out the energy-saving check. Your data will not be disclosed to uninvolved third parties without your consent.