Distributor trains for energy efficiency

Nicholl Fuel Oils energy efficiency training
Pictured at the certificate presentation with Hugh Nicholl and the successful advisors are NEA NI’s Pat Austin, John Dallet MLA, professor Christine Lidell, University of Ulster and Mary McKeown, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment
Six Nicholl Fuel Oils advisors have recently been given energy in the home training by National Energy Assessors Northern Ireland, (NEA NI). 
“For some considerable time, Nicholl Fuel Oils has firmly believed that energy efficiency is the only way that people can afford energies such as oil, gas and electricity,” said director Hugh Nicholl.
“In these hard economic times, energy efficiency is extremely important.  As a company, we felt we had a part to play; training our advisors is just one commitment to helping customers become more aware about energy efficiency.
“The training received equips our advisors to provide energy advice to customers by highlighting energy efficiency grants and schemes which will enable them to get the most from the energy they use.”
Commenting on the training Paul Wallace, NEA NI development manager said: “The advisors successfully achieved the NEA/City and Guilds Energy Awareness qualification and are now competent in the provision of quality energy advice to a specific standard.”

Nicholl Fuel Oils energy efficiency training