TAMBA takes Energy Bill Revolution online


By The Drum Team, Editorial

February 29, 2012 | 1 min read

Digital agency TAMBA has launched a website for the Energy Bill Revolution - an alliance of charities, green groups, unions, businesses and consumer groups calling for cuts to fuel costs.

The site encourages visitors to sign a petition urging the government to use the money it gets from carbon taxes to drive down energy bills.

Organisations such as Save the Children, The Co-operative Group, Asda and Friends of the Earth are backing the campaign.

Kay Hammond, TAMBA's CEO, said: "The website petition means that people can instantly get involved and lobby government to help eradicate fuel poverty."


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