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Energy Efficiency Office

Volume 181: debated on Friday 30 November 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Energy, pursuant to his answer of 21 November, if he will give the full establishment figure of the Energy Efficiency Office; how many staff are directly employed in giving direct advice to the public on energy efficiency; and how many of these are principally concerned with the domestic sector.

The EEO's staff complement is 76; all of these and of the similar number of non-EEO staff supporting EEO programmes principally in the energy technology and building research energy conservation support units, are engaged in work relating to the production and dissemination of advice on energy efficiency. Advice is made available to householders through the provision of literature and in response to inquiries, but there are no staff for whom giving advice direct to householders is the principal part of their duties.