Energy Saving Fund Announces 20,000 New Jobs...

Date: 23 September 2011
Source: press release
Energy Saving Fund Announces20,000 New Jobs to be Created NationwideAs the economic downturn continues to force further closures and redundancies, some hope of recovery has been unearthed  this week thanks to an announcement just released by The Energy Saving Fund (

The not-for-profit organisation has just unveiled its plans to create 20,000 new jobs throughout the UK within the next twelve months. The Energy Saving Fund was set up in 2008 with a specific task to offer advice, financial assistance and reassurance to consumers when dealing with home improvement companies. It provides a wealth of knowledge, experience and industry support particularly in the ever growing and important solar energy market.

The Energy Saving Fund has been pivotal in the creation of of an industry funded grant and advice programme, which will see the organisation create more new jobs within the home improvement industry than has been seen for many years.

Since its formation, back in 2008 The Energy Saving Fund has built up a respected network of trustworthy installer’s right across the country. This new job creation scheme further strengthens the organization’s mission to create the UK's largest network of its kind.

As part of this important new initiative, The Energy Saving Fund will enlist companies within the Double glazing, roofing and PV solar industries who will be required to service the thousands of installations currently being demanded by the general public across the country.

Installers, extruders and fabricators are now required in all areas and those companies interested in being a part of this innovative new scheme should contact The Energy Saving Fund directly on 0800 032 0681.

To find out more about The Energy Saving Fund and the benefits it offers to consumers visit

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