We provide a free , professional energy advice service to private landlords and tenants to help them reduce their energy bills and meet Scottish Government Energy Efficiency Targets. Our project area covers Coupar Angus, Blairgowrie and Rattray, Pitlochry, Dunkeld and Birnam and Aberfeldy.
Following Scotland’s new Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, we will only be able to offer an online or telephone service providing professional, free energy saving advice for households, private landlords and tenants.
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Welcome to The HEAT Project
We have been funded by the Safe Deposits Scotland Charitable Trust to provide a free energy advice service to private landlords and tenants to help them reduce their energy bills and meet Scottish Government Energy Efficiency Targets.
Our project area is Eastern and Highland Perthshire, including Coupar Angus, Blairgowrie and Rattray, Pitlochry, Dunkeld and Birnam and Aberfeldy.
Help private landlords and tenants to reduce their energy consumption, energy bills and meet Scottish Government property’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) standards cost effectively.
Reduce CO2 emissions
Raise awareness of the climate emergency and help people to reduce their carbon footprint. Over the last three years, we have successfully helped local households to reduce their total annual CO2 emissions by over 1600 tonnes.
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ANNUAL CO2 EMISSION REDUCTIONS
What others say
The work of The HEAT Project is instrumental in helping to provide households, businesses and communities with energy savings advice to help them reduce their energy bills and water usage. It’s engagement with the local communities to research and review initiatives also helps towards reducing the carbon footprint and increasing environmental sustainability.
Perth and Kinross Council
The North East Home Energy Scotland advice centre fully supports The HEAT Project and strongly believes that the aims of the project are both worthwhile and achievable.
Home Energy Scotland
The HEAT Project has supplied a great deal of information along with support for the general public to use as a reference for “best practice” guide to insulate the property with any grants or loans which may be available at the time.