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Communities case study - Gate Church International

Find out how Home Energy Scotland works with Gate Church International, a vibrant church group in Dundee that delivers projects to local communities. They received their first Climate Challenge Fund grant in 2014 and, since then, Home Energy Scotland has steered them towards the best training programmes and provided a wide range of advice and resources.

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Partnerships case study - MacMillan Cancer Support

MacMillan is a large organisation with a range of different advice services. We work in partnership with MacMillan so their benefit advice centres - a network of local partnerships positioned within Citizens Advice Bureaux and local authorities - can refer people to us for energy advice and support.

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Consultation on maximising interoperability for SMETS1 meters

Consultation on maximising interoperability for SMETS1 meters, including draft legal text. This consultation response gives Energy Saving Trust's position on enrolling SMETS1 meters to allow them to link up and exchange information with the Data Communications Company to allow consumer's to switch energy company and access other data services.

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Local Energy Scotland - Shared Ownership Manager Job Description

PDF of the Local Energy Scotland Shared Ownershp Manager - Job Description. 

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Case study - Employee Engagement - Edinburgh Leisure

Read about how Home Energy Scotland trained more than 250 Edinburgh Leisure staff. 

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Communities case study - Greener Kirkcaldy

PDF of a case study featuring Greener Kirkcaldy

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Gate Church International Case Study

A PDF that details how Gate Church International used their Climate Challenge Fund grant to work with Home Energy Scotland. 

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We'll help you stay warm for less leaflet

This leaflet describes in detail how Home Energy Scotland can help individuals stay warm for less at home. 

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