Council and E.ON energy savings partnership expands to Raigmore, Inverness.
The energy and money savings are being offered under the Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland – Area Based Scheme (HEEPS-ABS) which is being administered and managed for the Scottish Government by The Highland Council in the Highland area.
A drop-in session has been organised at Raigmore Primary School on Tuesday 29 April between 4pm - 7pm.
Home owners in the Raigmore area who receive a letter from the Council and E.ON can come to the open day, where they’ll meet the E.ON team; ask questions and check whether they are eligible. Other home owners are welcome to attend to find out more information on energy savings.
The decision to expand the offer to the 60 Raigmore homes has received approval from the Scottish Government.
A joint letter from E.ON Energy Solutions Ltd and The Highland Council states that: “The Council and E.ON are working together to offer energy saving improvements to householders whose main heating type is Electricity, Oil or Coal. The improvements will help save energy and money by offering free home insulation works.”
Homeowners and landlords who receive a letter are invited to contact E.ON for more information and to arrange a Home Energy Assessment. The Highland Council and E.ON are keen to point out that home owners will receive initial contact in writing only and no cold calling or door stepping will take place in this programme.
Anyone wishing further information can call the E.ON hotline on 0800 141 2283.