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Energy Action Scotland campaigns for an end to fuel poverty in Scotland and is the only national charity with this sole remit.

Energy Action Scotland aims to develop and promote effective solutions to the problem of cold, damp and expensive to heat homes.

The website has been designed and developed to allow diverse users the ability to easily source policy, research, press and project materials on the above.

Through the site we will keep you up to date with training, current issues, events and news.

 

 

 

 

Support fuel poor families eat well this winter

Energy Action Scotland has launched a public appeal for donations. Donations will provide low energy programmable pressure cookers to help families cook hot food at a time when so many services and amenities are closed.Supported by Warmworks Scotland and A.C.Whyte, Energy Action Scotland and Gary Maclean, National Chef of Scotland and Masterchef The Professionals Champion, have produced freely available ‘how to’ videos that will help struggling families reduce energy bills whilst making warm nutritious food.To see Gary in action demonstrating how to use a pressure cooker please see the following links:

Easy Chicken Dinner              Easy Soup

We also have a few simple recipes you can try.

Donate     Please get in touch if you want to support the campaign in any other way.

 

 

 

KEEP WARM and WELL in WINTER - new leaflet

The winter is a difficult time for Keeping Warm and Well. Temperatures are low and often take a plunge in deepest points. It becomes even harder to heat and power homes. It is important that people know how to access support. Energy Action Scotland has worked with SP Energy Networks to produce information to support local advisors and householders. This includes information on the Priority Services Register which ensures that support can be prioritised to those vulnerable households in the event of a disruption to power supplies, to sources of advice to deal with debt and energy efficiency improvements to homes. There is summary information on sources of funding and tips to keep homes warm and energy bills affordable.

We have produced two versions of this information - a web friendly version and a print ready one. These are free for you to use.  Please also feel free to share this with your own wider network.

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