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Home Energy Scotland works in partnership with community organisations to provide help and support to individuals.
Householders can contact Home Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2282, or with their permission your organisation can refer them in real time through the Home Energy Scotland secure, online referral portal.
One of our expert advisors will contact them to provide advice and refer them on, as appropriate, for support from our trusted schemes to help with energy saving or income maximisation. You will then be able to access a progress report through the portal.
If you would like to set up a referral partnership with Home Energy Scotland, using the portal or another referral mechanism, contact your Home Energy Scotland advice centre on 0808 808 2282 or request a call back.
Your local Home Energy Scotland advice centre can provide leaflets, an advice stand, workshops, fuel efficient driver training, training for staff and volunteers, briefings, support for funding applications, and much more.
Download our Partnering with Home Energy Scotland leaflet for more information.
Download our Save Energy at Home factsheet in community languages below. Our written information can be translated into other languages, braille or audio on request.
Local Energy Scotland delivers the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES).
Local Energy Scotland offers a range of free resources, including:
Contact Local Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2288 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Resource Efficient Scotland is a Scottish Government funded programme, which is delivered by Zero Waste Scotland. It was established to help organisations including SMEs and community groups save money and carbon by using energy, water and material resources more efficiently.
Resource Efficient Scotland provides:
Contact Resource Efficient Scotland on 0808 808 2268 or email@example.com for more information.
The Climate Challenge Fund is a Scottish Government programme, managed by Keep Scotland Beautiful. It supports community-led projects that will reduce carbon emissions and make community improvements, through:
There is free training, support and resources available through the Community Action Support Programme (CASP). This is for Climate Challenge Funded projects and other Scottish based community-led organisations with an interest in tackling climate change. Find out more about the free support available through CASP.