The support of our members is essential in helping us meet our aim of ending fuel poverty in Scotland.
Our membership includes organisations and companies, and individuals as well as charities and NGOs, advice agencies, housing associations, local authorities, academics, energy utilities, heating and insulation manufacturers and installers. All of our members have an interest in tackling fuel poverty.
Why become a member
Members are essential in giving us insight into how much progress has been made and what else needs to happen to end fuel poverty in Scotland. Your membership fees are also important in enabling us to fund our work.
Keeping up to date with relevant policy and legislation
- Regular policy updates on relevant topics
- Alerted to our policy positions and consultation responses
Making it easier to keep up to date with issues surrounding fuel poverty
- Get our publications including the quarterly Energy Review magazine
- Access to information and advice services
- Discounts on some of our training courses
Being part of a larger network
- Discounts on fees for attending Scotland’s main conference on fuel poverty – our Annual Conference and Exhibition
- Invitations to attend conferences, seminars and special interest forums
If you are not ready to join as a paid member but are passionate about fuel poverty you can join us as a campaigning member.
As a Campaigning Member, you will get:
- Priority mailing of our Publications
- Regular updates
- All members’ online seminars
- Energy Review (4 issues annually)
Please complete the form below and we will be in touch within 5 working days.
If you are unsure which type of membership would be best for you or if you would like more information about becoming a member please email Info@eas.org.uk.