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Energy efficiency in homes and small businesses

How do you make your home more energy efficient? Are there ways to save money on your heating bills? Could your small business be more efficient?

Come and find out more from Dean Wigglesworth (Home Energy Scotland)  and Ryan Felber (Energy Efficiency Business Support Service), who hope to help you answer these questions.

Register using the form at the foot of this page to join us via Zoom, on Monday 8th of February from 7.30 – 8.30pm. 

Dean Wigglesworth is an adviser with Home Energy Scotland, based in Inverness. He will share his knowledge and expertise in  energy efficiency in the home. He will also offer advice on managing our fuel costs.

Ryan Felber is the Local Business Advisor for the Energy Efficiency Business Support Service based in Inverness. Ryan has over 7 years’ experience supporting organisations to reduce their carbon emissions and identify costs savings in access of £440,000 annually. Ryan understands the numerous challenges small business face in particular those in more rural and off grid locations.

The programme offers free support to Scottish based SMEs – small and medium-sized businesses and organisations. Ryan’s presentation will cover the support and funding available through this programme as well as how to access it.

The Energy Efficiency Business Support Service (formerly known as Resource Efficient Scotland), launched in 2013, and is a programme delivered by Zero Waste Scotland, It is funded by the Scottish Government and the European Regional Development Fund. The programme offers free advice and technical support as well as the sharing of best practices and new technologies.

Embedding Energy Efficiency within Scottish organisations makes a significant contribution to the achievement of the Scottish Government’s strategic economic objectives, climate change, energy efficiency and zero waste targets. Each year over 34,000 individuals from a range of organisations access the programme for support from the Service.

This event will take place via Zoom, on Monday 8th of February from 7.30- 8.30pm. 

Please use the form below to register for the event.