Projects & Campaigns

EAS develops and delivers projects linked to domestic energy and the alleviation of fuel poverty.  Often this is done with support from the private sector.

Some projects provide practical support for people struggling to keep warm at home.  Other initiatives support advisors, front line workers and a wide range of organisations (such as housing providers) enabling them to give effective and appropriate energy-related advice and information to their clients.  Some are designed to provide support via EAS member organisations and other partners.  Projects usually have a particular end focus on people who are vulnerable.

Aiming Beyond Cancer (ABC)

EAS secured funding from OVO through the Industry Initiatives strand of the Warm Home Discount obligation and is using this to support people who are finding it hard to stay warm at home because of cancer.


Fuel Poverty Challenge Fund 2022

Energy Action Scotland is launching a Fuel Poverty Challenge Fund because of funding made available by the William Grant Foundation.   The Fund is available to our ordinary members and supporter member individuals and organisations who work with fuel poor communities in Scotland.


Fuel Poverty and the Road to Recovery – Presentations

We gathered online to deliver a series of themed sessions with experts in a range of fields, leading the debate to challenge our perceptions and help us uncover how we are going to make a genuine difference.


Energy Advice Forums

Advice Forums are an integral part of the support EAS offers those who work on the front line.  The Energy Advice Forums are designed for those providing services and support for vulnerable people – everyone from front line workers dealing direct with the public through to those managing support projects and services.


Stay Warm Stay Well

EAS secured funding from OVO via the Industry Initiatives strand of the Warm Home Discount to provide free training – Stay Warm Stay Well – to a wide range of front line workers throughout Scotland.


Support fuel poor families eat well this winter

Energy Action Scotland has launched a public appeal for donations. Donations will provide low energy programmable pressure cookers to help families cook hot food at a time when so many services and amenities are closed.


Warm at Home

Macmillan Cancer Support works to ensure that every person diagnosed with cancer has access to effective financial advice and support services that cover a wide range of issues. Macmillan has developed these support services, in part using a holistic and person-centred model known as Improving the Cancer Journey (ICJ), throughout Scotland in partnership with local government, NHS and other voluntary sector and charitable organisations.


Energy saving social media toolkit

We created a free social media toolkit with energy saving and reducing messages for Facebook and Instagram.

The social media messages focus on helping households safely reduce their energy use. We’ve shared free and low cost tips, we don’t recommend gadgets or new appliances.