REAP’s ENERGY ADVICE MORAY project offers free and impartial energy advice to households across Moray. This work is funded through the Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme, www.energyredress.org.uk
We can speak to you over the phone, you can drop into our office in Keith or at drop-in sessions run at events across Moray. Anyone who lives in Moray is eligible for advice – this may be extended to a home visit if necessary.
REAP can offer advice on:
- Getting the best deal on your energy bills
- Switching tariffs and/or suppliers
- Saving energy in your home
- How to use heating controls to keep you warm and save money
- Information on energy grants and schemes available
REAP works in partnership with other agencies in Moray and can take referrals from for example Home Energy Scotland, Moray Food Plus, Citizens’ Advice Bureau (Moray CAB), your health visitor and your housing officer if you wish. Depending on your situation, we can make referrals on to these organisations, too.
Please call us on 01542 888070 or email email@example.com and one of our trained Energy Advisers will get back to you. This service is especially aimed at anyone 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 the Adam Family Foundation And Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm Ltd. This project also provides energy advice including at FREE, fun and interactive sessions and talks. People attending sessions or inviting us to talk to their group, will pick up useful tips and pass them on to friends and family to help them tame high bills.
Phone 01542 888 070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org More details are available on our leaflet here. This project is also delivering energy saving sessions to schools and selected locations including local job centres.
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.
Page last updated 20th March 2020