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Welcome to The HEAT Project
The HEAT Project, part of Blairgowrie and Rattray Development Trust, was awarded a grant of £99,045 over two years from Ofgem’s Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme on April 2021.
We are also funded by the Perth and Kinross Council which allows us to offer our service across all of Perth and Kinross until the end of 2023.
Our project has delivered direct energy saving advice to over 700 households in North Eastern and Highland Perthshire, helping achieve significant savings in energy bills. We have helped households to install new insulation and alternative heating systems.
The HEAT Project has been partnership with Perth & Kinross Council to provide free, professional and impartial home energy advice to help the thousands of households worried about the rising energy bills and the cost-of-living crisis or wanting to take action to address climate change.
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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.
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.
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.