East Sutherland Energy Advice Service

The Energy Advice Service

The Energy Advice Service is a year long project funded until the end of March 2018 by the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund. The Climate Challenge Fund is a Scottish Government grant programme that is managed by Keep Scotland Beautiful.

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The Energy Advice Team

 

The team visit clients in their home to help them find practical and affordable ways to save energy, as well as to reduce their carbon footprint. The clients receive a complete energy check and a written report.

This service is completely free and impartial. Things the team can help with include:

  • Understanding energy bills and tariffs
  • Switching suppliers
  • Applying for Warm Homes Discount
  • Understanding heating controls.
  • Free benefit checks
  • Fuel Debt
  • Identifying eligibility for grants and funding for new heating systems, insulation and renewables.

Mission

The Energy Advice Service will provide the whole of East Sutherland with a home energy advice service with the aim of reducing fuel poverty and carbon emissions by increasing the energy efficiency of the home.

If you would like to arrange an appointment or for further information please contact:
Arabella Kennard: Project Officer
Pat Sproul: Project Assistant
Lynn Munro: Project Assistant
T: 01863 760050