Energy supplier Npower will today launch the first Fuel Bank in Coventry in partnership with leading anti-poverty charities The Trussell Trust and National Energy Action.
Located in 8 food distribution centres in Coventry Foodbanks, Npower's Fuel Bank will help households using pre-payment meters.
The scheme is open to all who are eligible regardless of whether they are with the provider or use another energy supplier.
Residents in Derby are being given advice on how they can best save money on their energy bills.
The initiative is part of a two-year 'Home Energy and Water Efficiency' project between Derby City Council and Severn Trent Water.
The roadshow will be taking place in Chaddesden Park from 11am.
A roadshow is being held in Derby today to help people cut hundreds of pounds off their energy bills.
Experts from Derby City Council will be teaming up with the Citizens Advice Bureau to show people how properly insulating their homes or switching their energy provider could save them money.
It's claimed that by taking action, consumers could save up to £625 through insulation, paying by direct debit and by switching tariff or energy supplier.