Funded by the Climate Challenge Fund, the project offers local people the chance to find out how to keep your home warm and cosy whilst keeping bills and your carbon footprint down.
Heating your home can be a challenge in winter time, particularly for people living in rural areas. However, there are many actions that householders
can take, from installing insulation and energy efficient lighting to investing in a biomass boiler or solar panels.
Whilst the cost of installing energy efficient and renewable technology can sometimes seem daunting, there is plenty of financial help available, including interest free loans and grants from Home Energy Scotland.
To find out more, come along to Cambusbarron Community Centre on Tuesday, November 10, between 6pm and 7.30pm for a chat with Stirling Low Carbon Future’s friendly energy advisor. Or check the website www.slcf.org.uk.