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Caithness Energy Advice Project
7 April 08
The Free Winter Warmth packs will be up for grabs during Ormlie Community Association’s latest awareness raising events, tacking fuel poverty and increasing energy efficiency for Caithness householders. The events are part of the Warm Homes Campaign Award Scheme which is one aspect of the Warm Homes Campaign, organized by National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland, which is taking place throughout the UK from the end of November. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the financial help available to people who cannot afford to heat their homes to try and reduce cold-related illnesses and excess winter deaths and is organised in association with eaga.
The dates, times and venues for OCA’s
events are listed below:
20 June 07
Louise Smith, Ormlie Community Association’s Project Manager for Renewable Energy, said, “We are delighted to have been given this opportunity to join the ranks of excellent projects that Scottish Power’s Energy People Trust have funded as part of their commitment to end fuel poverty. Our Energy SOS Project was established last year and has grown from strength to strength thanks to the commitment of staff, volunteers, partners and funders. It is one arm of the Caithness Energy Advice Project, the other being energy efficiency and renewables research in conjunction with Pentland Housing Association.
Meet the Team
Caithness Energy Advice Project
"Our energy advice is free to householders, so please contact Angela Craig at the Caithness Energy Advice Project, The Cottage, Davidsons Lane, Thurso, Caithness, KW14 7HT or email@example.com on 01847 896524"
"If you have a household renewable energy system in your house and are interested in taking part in our renewable energy research project to look at the effectiveness of these systems so that people locally can be better informed before installing them, please contact Alison Middlemas at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01847 896524
"Alternatively contact Louise Smith, Ormlie Community Association, 108 Marr Terrace, THURSO KW14 7SW, at email@example.com or on 01847 893486 for further information about any of Ormlie Community Association's energy projects."
Real People’s Savings!
With one call to their electricity supplier:
What is Energy S.O.S?
Energy Efficiency at Home!
Typical Heat Loss In A House
"The Caithness Energy Advice Project was established in 2006 and is now funded by the ScottishPower Energy People Trust and Communities Scotland Wider Role until March 2009. We employ three energy advisers who will visit you in your own home to help deal with energy matters such as reading meters, setting heating controls, reducing fuel bills and giving advice on a range of matters including grants and tariffs.
The project was established with the help of two students on secondment from North Highland College, Sharon Pottinger and Alison Middlemas. Funding from Communities Scotland's Scottish Communities Action Research Fund (SCARF) helped set up the project by encouraging volunteers to partner with the energy advice staff. We are still keen to work with volunteers who will receive training in energy issues-please contact us for further information.
The Caithness Energy Advice Team is on hand to help with your energy issues. Please call us."
Replace 'meet the Energy SOS team' with 'Meet the Caithness Energy Advice Team'