Energy hardship isn’t a third-world problem. It’s here in communities where more people than ever are struggling to meet their energy needs. People in more deprived areas, such as The Lines Company's, are also more vulnerable to environmental risks and their everyday household energy use has been altered by COVID-19. WESCT's role in the community is more than just the owner of an energy distributor.
They’re here to help support the experts in energy hardship and efficiency, help to address coalface consumer issues and to deliver better outcomes for the community.
TLC's renewed focus on addressing energy hardship sees them supporting initiatives driven by both TLC and Maru Energy Trust to walk alongside vulnerable people, supporting them to beat energy poverty and live better lives.