Reduce your carbon footprint and save money.

For some customers, the cost of energy bills puts extra strain on finances at home.

Although we’re not an energy supplier, we appreciate that it can be difficult to understand what you can do to reduce your energy bills and ensuring your household has optimal energy efficiency.

Simply changing some habits and understanding which appliances cost the most to run can make a notable difference to your bills and to help explain this, we've worked with our partners at Energy Savings Trust to develop an easy-to-use tool. The tool will take you through the home in a few short minutes and ask you a series of questions. As you step through, it’ll provide you with helpful advice and once you’ve finished using the tool, you’ll have an option to receive your advice combined into a single handy report.
It’s easy to use and provides you with advice on the little things you can do to save money on your bills.

Additional help and advice

If you’re struggling to pay your energy bills, you’re not alone and there is support available if you want it.

  • More help from us

    Free and impartial expert advice

    We have partnered with Home Energy Scotland (HES) and Yes Energy Solutions (YES) to help provide expert advice on how you can save money, along with maximising your income. All you need to do is head over to our dedicated webpage where you’ll find more information on how to request a call back from one of the team.

  • Help from your supplier

    Your supplier is on hand to help

    Your energy supplier will have a dedicated team and specialist trained advisors to support you if you’re struggling with your bills. Speaking with your supplier sooner rather than later will mean they’re able to provide you with advice and support on managing your bills. They also have access to your usage history, and can look at the most optimal tariff to match your usage

  • Help from Citizens Advice

    Citizens Advice

    Citizens Advice is a trusted and well-established independent organisation who support customers on a variety of subjects. Their network of independent charities offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free. Citizens Advice are on hand to support you if you’d rather seek advice separately before speaking to your energy supplier.