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'Energy inefficient homes' are defined as those where an energy audit identifies that the dwelling has a SAP score of 54 or less. A SAP score is the standard methodology for home energy rating.
From summer 2013 the Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland - Area Based Schemes, which runs in local authority areas, may entitle you to energy efficiency measures, making your home warmer and cheaper to heat.
The Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland provides measures to support those likely to have difficulty paying their fuel bills or keeping their home sufficiently warm.
Almost everyone can get some form of help.
The Energy Saving Trust manages delivery of the national schemes through the Home Energy Scotland hotline on behalf of the Scottish Government. To find out what they can offer you, telephone the hotline on 0800 512 012 or visit the Home Energy Scotland website.
Page updated: Thursday, March 28, 2013