Home Energy Scotland

K & M – Dae Ye Ken?

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In this final day of ‘K&M – Dae Ye Ken?’, delivered by Home Energy Scotland, we REALLY do have something you don’t want to miss.  Find out how you can save fuel, reduce your bills and cut your carbon footprint – what’s not to like?

So if it’s reducing water and food waste, making your home warmer and more energy efficient or just how to use your heating effectively this is a week you will not want to miss.

See you online!  

Friday 12 February 12 – 1.00pm      HOME ENERGY SCOTLAND  Using Water Wisely workshop

Home Energy Scotland has teamed up with Scottish Water to help households save water, energy, and money.
As we are all staying at home more during lockdown to protect ourselves from coronavirus, our water, and energy use will be affected meaning our energy bills could increase.

This free online workshop will help you reduce your energy bills and the amount of water we waste in Scotland, join us to find out more about:

  • The benefits of saving water
  • The environmental impact of wasting water
  • The savings you could benefit from by making simple changes to the way you use hot water at home
  • Practical advice on how to save water and money, including using water wisely when taking a shower, washing your clothes, or making a cup of tea.

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/homeenergyscotland-ne/t-ylnaez

K & M – Dae Ye Ken?

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Thursday 11 February 12 – 1.00pm            HOME ENERGY SCOTLAND  Save Money – insulate your home

Join us for a free bitesized webinar looking at how insulating your home can help save you money and bring benefits to the planet. The webinar is a must if you’re looking for an easy to understand guide to improving the energy efficiency of your home. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the Home Energy Scotland interest free loan and cash back.

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/homeenergyscotland-ne/t-qenjaj

K & M – Dae Ye Ken?

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Wednesday 10 February 14.00 – 17.00       HOME ENERGY SCOTLAND  Electric Heating Training

Many people with electric heating systems find it difficult keeping their home warm and comfortable. Systems can be tricky to use, plus the metering and tariffs can make it harder to switch to a cheaper tariff.

If your organisation give advice about energy and billing, you’ll know how important, and challenging, helping people with electric heating can be.

You don’t need a technical background, but an awareness of how householders interact with the energy market will be helpful. Contact Diane or Alex to register for your free place and let’s work together to help people with electric heating get the best out of their system.

Diane.alexander@ne.homeenergyscotland.org

Alexandra.bolda@ne.homeenergyscotland.org

K & M – Dae Ye Ken?

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In this final week of ‘K&M – Dae Ye Ken?’, delivered by Home Energy Scotland, we REALLY do have something for everyone.  Find out how you can save fuel, reduce your bills and cut your carbon footprint – what’s not to like?

So if it’s reducing water and food waste, making your home warmer and more energy efficient or just how to use your heating effectively this is a week you will not want to miss.

See you online!  

Monday 8 February 12 – 1.00pm     HOME ENERGY SCOTLAND  Energy Efficiency at Home workshop

Do you know how much you can save by turning your central heating down by 1 degree?

Take advantage of our free energy efficiency training to help you:

  • Save money on your energy bills
  • Be warmer and cosier at home
  • Adopt new habits and be more efficient
  • Become an energy efficiency champion
  • Play your part in creating a greener, healthier Scotland

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/homeenergyscotland-ne/t-edeajp

FREE electric heating training

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Sign up for FREE electric heating training

Many people with electric heating systems find it difficult keeping their home warm and comfortable. Systems can be tricky to use, plus the metering and tariffs can make it harder to switch to a cheaper tariff.

If your organisation gives advice about energy and billing, you’ll know how important, and challenging, helping people with electric heating can be.

Home Energy Scotland is here to help with the offer free training to help you give sound advice about electric heating. The course explains how different electric heating systems work and are controlled. We also cover electricity supply and the different ways customers pay for it through their meter and tariff type, including Economy 7, Economy 2000, Total Heat, Total Control and ComfortPlus tariffs.

You don’t need a technical background, but an awareness of how householders interact with the energy market will be helpful. Sign up here to register for your free place and let’s work together to help people with electric heating get the best out of their system.

http://www.homeenergyscotland.org/