Energy Advice

REAP is currently running the ENERGY ADVICE MORAY project offering free energy advice to households across Moray. This work is funded by Moray Council through their HEEPS scheme (Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland).  We’re sending invitations to households that have had improvements under the scheme offering free and impartial advice, but anyone who lives in Moray may be eligible for advice. This may be extended to a home visit if necessary.
Please call us on 01542 888070 or email and one of our trained Energy Advisers will get back to you. This service is currently funded to the end of March 2018, but REAP is urgently seeking funding to extend this beyond March, especially to those who are spending a large percentage of their income on heating their home – defined as being in ‘fuel poverty’.

The Community Energy Champions project is funded by Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL) and the Adam Family Foundation. This project is aimed at recruiting volunteers from Moray to become Community Energy Champions  at a FREE, fun and interactive session so they can pass on tips and advice to friends and family to help them tame high bills. 

Travel expenses and refreshments will be provided. Interested? Phone 01542 888 070 or email More details are available here. This project is also delivering energy saving sessions to schools and selected locations including local job centres.



Moray Citizen’s Advice Bureau also provides advice, information and practical assistance on a range of issues which include: Utilities (energy suppliers), Benefits, Consumer Debt, Employment, Housing, Legal (including Relationship) and Tax. The office is at 6 Moss Street Elgin – call 01343 550088 and there are outreach sessions throughout Moray, by appointment. See the website for more details

You can also find more information and advice by hovering over the ‘Energy Advice’ tab at the top of each page of our website and choosing the options that best suit you.