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Discover more about the Energy Saving Trust

Energy Saving Trust is an independent organisation dedicated to promoting energy efficiency, low carbon transport and sustainable energy use to address the climate emergency.

A trusted, independent voice, we have over 25 years’ sector experience. We provide leadership and expertise to deliver the benefits of achieving carbon reduction targets: warmer homes, cleaner air, healthier populations, a resilient economy and a stable climate.

Our work addresses the challenge of reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050 by taking action to reduce our energy consumption, install new infrastructure and accelerate a move to sustainable, low carbon lifestyles.

  • We empower householders to make better choices around home energy efficiency, low carbon transport and renewable energy generation.
  • We support businesses and community groups across the UK and internationally with strategy, research and assurance.
  • We deliver transformative programmes on behalf of the UK, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish governments to support the transition to a low carbon society.
  • We work with local authorities, providing support and advice to help them tailor their responses to the climate emergency.
  • We enable everyone to play their part in building a sustainable future.

Energy Saving Trust – part of a positive change.

Download our Energy Saving Trust Corporate brochure 2020 for more information.


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See how we've helped others

Discover how Energy Saving Trust helped people save energy and inspire energy efficiency behaviour change - in communities, commercial ventures, homes and travel across the UK

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See what's available for businesses

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For those based in Scotland

We have a dedicated team of energy experts based in Scotland, giving help and support for consumers, businesses and organisations, and communities

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