Supermarket to sell energy saving products

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Consumers will soon be able to buy energy-saving products in a major British supermarket, potentially cutting their electricity bills.

Sainsbury's has announced a partnership with the energy firm EDF to open up three in-store Home Energy Centres. The stores will sell energy saving products such as solar panels, heat pumps and insulation.

Adam Zeiderman, Sainsbury’s commercial manager, said: "There are lots of people who want to invest in renewable energy products but they don’t know how or where to start. By setting up our Home Energy Centres, we believe we’re bringing green technology a step closer to everyone."

The three centres will be in the Camberley, Kidderminster and Leicester stores.

Figures from the Energy Saving Trust suggest that households could save £140 a year on heating costs by installing energy saving glazing and £235 by upgrading to a condensing boiler.

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