At Carbon Trust Scotland, we offer tailored energy saving support to Scottish companies and public bodies.
How we can help your business
We support businesses across Scotland, from large companies to small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as they tackle their energy costs, their carbon footprint and make moves towards a sustainable, low carbon economy. For all companies, we provide support through our advice line, online technical content and web tools.
We also provide support through:
- Web tools
- Online technical content and publications
- Our advice line
If you would like our help, give us a call on +44 (0)20 7170 7000.
How we support the public sector
We've worked successfully with almost all of Scotland's local authorities, the NHS, universities and colleges, and government and its agencies. This experience has enabled us to create a collection of approaches to help organisations identify, prioritise, plan and implement energy and cost-saving projects.
We provide carbon reduction services specifically designed to meet the needs of the public sector. We work with organisations, individually and collectively, providing advice and implementation support and convening key stakeholders to deliver real carbon savings. We identify and share best practice through technical training events and networking forums. Where opportunities for collaboration arise, we bring together organisations to maximise funding and resources. We help to embed carbon management within corporate policy by understanding and working with public sector organisations at all levels in Scotland.
View case studies of a selection of organisations we've worked with:
Low Carbon buildings case studies:
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Low Carbon Building Award: The Big Shed
Low Carbon Building Award: Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Association
University of St Andrews
West Lothian Bathgate Partnership Centre
Carbon Trust Scotland Awards
Low Carbon Building Award 2013
The two winning entries of the Carbon Trust Scotland Low Carbon Building Award 2013 are The Big Shed in Aberfeldy, in the new build category, an eco-community centre submitted by ea ecological architecture, and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh in the refurbished category, submitted by Page \ Park Architects. Read more.
Public Sector "Staff Awareness Campaign" Award 2013
Scottish Borders Council was announced as the winner of Carbon Trust Scotland's new Public Sector Staff Awareness Campaign Award at the Scottish Energy & Environment Conference (SEEC) held at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on 5 February 2013. Read more.
Resource Efficient Scotland
Resource Efficient Scotland is a new Scottish Government-funded programme to help businesses and the public and third sectors save money by using resources more efficiently. It provides advice and support on energy, water, waste and raw materials. Find out more on the Resource Efficient Scotland website.
We are fully committed to reducing
our carbon emissions as an on-going, long term objective, ideally
becoming carbon neutral by 2015. By working in partnership with the
Carbon Trust we have been able to create a Carbon Management Plan
that takes us forward to achieving this target.Mark
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Delivering the future, today
Download our low carbon new build & refurbishment guidance - 'Delivering the future, today' - guides and assessment tools for the energy efficient design of buildings.
Get in touch
If you're interested in any of the services above then get in touch - call us on +44 (0)20 7170 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org