Energy Saving Goods On Sale At Sainsburys

Sainsbury’s has become the first UK supermarket to offer customers renewable energy products.
The supermarket chain has teamed up with EDF Energy to open three new Home Energy Centres (HECs) at its stores in Camberley, Kidderminster and Leicester.
The HECs will act as showrooms, offering a range of energy saving and renewable energy products, including solar panels, insulation and air source heat pumps, as well as providing easily-accessible information and advice to shoppers.
Customers will also be able to use the HECs to sign up to a new gas or electricity tariff or apply for grant funding to help make their homes more energy-efficient.
Sainsburys said the centres have been set up to complement a national sales line through which customers across the country can order the products and have them delivered and installed by EDF Energy’s qualified installers.
Commercial manager Adam Zeiderman said: “There are lots of people who want to invest in renewable energy products but they don’t know how or where to start.”
“We use some of these products in many of our stores, and now we’re making it easier for people to use them in their own homes.”