Home Energy Scotland
Scottish Government funded and run by the Energy Saving Trust, Home Energy Scotland helps people in Scotland create warmer homes, reduce their energy bills, and lower their carbon footprint. Its website contains a variety of useful information and tips for making homes warmer and saving on energy bills.
The energy regulator for Great Britain sets the energy price cap and deals with complaints about energy suppliers. It also provides a range of advice and information on energy costs and help for anyone struggling to pay their bills. Find out more on Ofgem’s website.
Energy Action Scotland (EAS)
Energy Action Scotland campaigns for an end to fuel poverty in Scotland and is the only national charity with this sole remit. You can find information that can help people struggling to keep warm and home and afford their fuel bills on its website.
Ofcom regulates communications services including broadband, home phone and mobile services, as well as the universal postal service, and also deals with complaints about providers. Its website contains information for consumers about these services, including how to get the best deals from providers.
Citizens Advice Scotland, Advice Direct Scotland, local CABs, councils and other agencies can also provide advice and help with energy bills, improving energy efficiency and getting the best deal on other utilities. Please visit the general advice and information page for their details.