Slovak households longing for green energy may be misled
The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) has received motions warning about some contractors who present misleading information about devices, guaranteeing energy and costs savings which are impossible to achieve.
Some contractors involved in promoting the installation of small renewable energy sources are allegedly misleading Slovak households, the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) which covers the project Green to Households warned. „We have been obtaining an increasing number of motions warning about some contractors who present misleading information about devices, guaranteeing energy and costs savings which are impossible to achieve. People are urged to be cautious, particularly in case of „attractive, unique and incomparable“ offers,“ agency’s director of communication department and international cooperation, Eduard Jambor, said.
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