Changeworks has one mission – to deliver on our vision of a low carbon future for Scotland. The climate emergency is one of the most significant threats to our way of life, and the biggest problem facing our fragile planet. With COP26 just a few months away and Scottish Government targets for net zero demanding urgent action, the need for our work has never been greater.

That’s why we work tirelessly with individuals, households, businesses and other organisations to take action.

The results are pretty remarkable if we do say so ourselves. Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we prevented 239,000 lifetime tonnes of carbon from damaging our fragile planet.

Teresa Bray, Changeworks Chief Executive said:

“We’re proud of the work we’ve done in the past year despite the challenges faced by the pandemic. We were still able to help 54,500 households to tackle fuel poverty and fuel debt, and  install 2,900 insulation measures to deliver warmer homes, we’ve made a real difference to people’s lives.

“That transformative work achieved a reduction of £2.2 million in people’s heating and electricity bills. We’re also at the cutting edge of green technology, having installed 650 low carbon and renewable solutions to increase energy efficiency.

“All of this adds up to 239,000 lifetime tonnes of carbon prevented, a great result by our hardworking people.

“Yet in this year of COP26, and as the focus shifts to the just transition and the green recovery from COVID-19, there could not be a more crucial time for us to continue our role as a key partner in delivering that change. We’re expanding and growing, increasing our capacity and our reach across Scotland. If you’re already on a low carbon journey, we can help to maximise that opportunity. If you haven’t got started yet, there’s no time to waste!”

So how can we work with you? Whatever your low carbon opportunity, we’re ready to deliver. Send us an email, or phone us on 0131 555 4010, to get in touch with our experts or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to catch our news.