We offer free advice and support to help social landlords and their tenants save energy in their properties. This includes training for frontline housing staff about the services we can provide for tenants affected by or at risk of fuel poverty. Tenants with lower energy costs tend to be happier, healthier and better equipped to manage their outgoings.
We also work in partnership with social landlords to:
Our Quality Monitoring team can help with large-scale insulation projects and when it comes to renewables, our Consultancy team can help with energy surveying, modelling and analysis and feasibility studies.
We organise and host regular meetings of our Social Housing Energy Forum in South East Scotland and Highlands and Islands, to keep housing associations and local authorities up-to-date and to showcase good practice in energy efficiency.
If your housing association is interested in making energy efficiency improvements to its housing stock, wants to operate more sustainably or tackle fuel poverty, please get in touch.