Heat in buildings - Scotland's National Public Energy Agency call for evidence: analysis of responses

Results of a call for evidence which ran from November 2021 to February 2022. This supported our Programme for Government commitment to establish a new National Public Energy Agency by 2025 to lead and coordinate heat and energy efficiency retrofit in Scotland.

Annex 1: Respondent Organisations

Advice Direct Scotland

Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE)

Campaign for Lower Electricity Prices


Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS)

City of Edinburgh Council

Community Power Outer Hebrides (CPOH)

Construction Industry Training Board (Scotland)

Consumer Scotland

Energy Action Scotland

Energy Agency

Energy Saving Trust

Existing Homes Alliance Scotland

Glasgow City Region

Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Historic Environment Scotland

Homes for Scotland

Institution of Engineers in Scotland

Loco Home Retrofit CIC

MCS Charitable Foundation

Moray Council

North Lanarkshire Council

Perth & Kinross Council (Planning & Housing Strategy Team)

Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

Scottish Enterprise

Scottish Federation of Housing Associations

Scottish Futures Trust

Scottish Renewables

Scottish Power

Scottish Power Energy Networks (SPEN)

Scottish Property Federation

Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC)


Shetland Islands Council

Smart Energy GB

SNIPEF (Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers Federation)

Solar Energy Scotland

South Lanarkshire Council

Stirling Council

The Energy Poverty Research initiative (EPRi); Common Weal; & The Built Environment Asset Management (BEAM) Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University. (Joint response)

UNISON Scotland

Vattenfall Heat UK

Warmworks Scotland

West Dunbartonshire Council

Zero Waste Scotland


Email: national-public-energy-agency@gov.scot

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