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HES Homecare pilot: evaluation

Published: 15 Feb 2019
Directorate:
Housing and Social Justice Directorate
Part of:
Energy, Housing
ISBN:
9781787815803

The aim of the Home Energy Scotland (HES) Homecare pilot was to test the Energycarer approach to tackling rural fuel poverty.

49 page PDF

1.9 MB

49 page PDF

1.9 MB

Contents
HES Homecare pilot: evaluation
Footnotes

49 page PDF

1.9 MB

Footnotes

1. Delivering affordable warmth in rural Scotland: action plan. 24th October 2016.
Available at: https://www.gov.scot/publications/action-plan-deliver-affordable-warmth-rural-scotland-proposed-scottish-rural/

2. Taken from initial application documents for the HES Homecare trial.

3. Itallicised quotes are taken from interviews with HES Homecare team - discussed in Section 3.3.

4. Bold italic text indicates that the material has been sourced from the Live Learning document prepared by the HES Homecare team.

5. This is information was provided by the HES Homecare team at interview.

6. See: McCrone, D., Hawkey, D., Tingey, M., & Webb, J. (2014). Findings from a Survey of Wyndford Households and Experiences of New District Heating. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.
Retrieved from https://heatandthecity.org.uk/resources/

7. See: Bush, R., Webb, J., Wakelin, J. Flynn, F., 2017. Interim report: Scotland's Energy Efficiency Programme pilot evaluation.
Available at: https://www2.gov.scot/Resource/0051/00518361.pdf

Bush, R., McCrone, D., Webb, J., Wakeline, J., Usmani, L., Sagar, D., 2018. Energy Efficient Scotland - Phase 1 pilots evaluation final report.
Available at: https://heatandthecity.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/EES-Pilot-Evaluation-Phase-1-Final-Report1.pdf


Contact

Email: Fuel_Poverty_Team@gov.scot