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Home Energy Scotland Partner Open Day
21 Jun 17
10:00am to 2:00pm
Scotland and Northern Ireland
Changeworks, 36 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 5PY
Home Energy Scotland
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
The Community Liaison and Partnership Team at Home Energy Scotland (South East) are running an open day aimed at organisations and community groups that are new to our services and who work with people vulnerable to fuel poverty. Through a combination of presentations, practical demonstrations and discussion groups, the open day will give organisations an overview of the services and support available from Home Energy Scotland to tackle fuel poverty. Refreshments and lunch will also be provided.
On the day you can find out more about:
- The support available from Home Energy Scotland to help your clients
- Our energy saving resources - hands-on demonstrations
- Information on the funding from Scottish Government to help householders in Scotland
- The benefits of working in partnership with us
Who should attend?
The open day is aimed at staff from organisations that are new to our services and who would like to find out more about how to access our support. It will be particularly relevant to those working with vulnerable households who struggle to heat their homes (groups such as older people, disabled, families with children under 16, single occupancy households, pregnant women and households in rural areas).