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You could get around £5,000 of energy saving home improvements funded by the Scottish Government - including new heating and insulation...

Where to get help

The cost of living crisis and the increase in energy prices are worrying for us all. We can help with free, impartial advice on saving energy, keeping warm at home, renewable energy, cutting water waste and more. We've also published a detailed list of programmes and services that can help with financial support like debt, emergency funding and fuel vouchers.

What would you like to do?

Reduce my bills

Our easy-to-implement fixes will help you save pounds.

Make my home warmer

Energy saving home improvements to keep you cosy

Go green and save

At home and on the road, we'll help you go greener

Find funding

Loans, grants and incentives that'll help you take action

Be aware

We don’t cold call, we don't share your details with installers without your permission and we don't offer checks on measures installed unless you tell us something's not right. In addition, we only phone you if you’ve given us permission to do so. Our advisor will introduce themselves with their name, and will check if they’re speaking to the right person by confirming your name and detailing why they are calling. If you’re suspicious, please do not give out any personal information. You can always hang up and call us back – for free – to check if the call was genuine.

You can register with the Telephone Preference Service to minimise the number of unsolicited calls you receive, and you can also report any suspicious calls to Trading Standards Scotland.

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Home Energy Check

Get a personalised report with suggested next steps, helping you lower your energy bills and create a more comfortable home.

Scottish Events and Webinars

Find out what's happening in your local area or sign up for one of our live webinars here.


29nov11:00 am2:00 pmWinter Wellbeing in Airdrie11:00 am - 2:00 pm Hillfoot Road, Garlea, Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, ML6 9PL


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Our latest updates and stories from around Scotland

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