Plan your energy efficiency project
To help you plan your energy efficiency project and complete your Climate Challenge Fund application form, you will be supplied with guidance and a new tool to help you estimate your carbon emission savings.
Outcomes and project planning
You can find out more about developing outcomes through our video guide.
Estimating carbon savings
To help you estimate the carbon emissions (CO2e) savings of your CCF project we have produced a new tool. The tool has sections to help you estimate CO2e savings for a number of activities for each project theme, so that you can establish what initiatives will be likely make the the largest savings. The tool will be emailed to you by your Development Officer with the CCF application form and guidance notes.
You can see an example of how the tool has been used to estimate carbon savings for a energy efficiency project in our Example Project Plan for Energy Efficiency Projects.
Eligible items and activities
You'll need to ensure that items and activities you include in your project are eligible for CCF funding. You should check the list of these items specifically for energy efficiency projects, but you also the eligibility of items and activities for other themes your project will cover.
Partners and third party resources
Your Development Officer will outline key organisations you should work with to plan and deliver your project. They will also outline third party resources that will prove helpful. You can see a summary of partners and third party support for energy efficiency projects, but you should also consult other themes your project will cover.
Video guide and case studies
If you are looking for inspiration, might also find it useful to watch our video guide on providing home energy efficiency advice and check out our case studies of previously funded CCF energy efficiency projects.
Home energy advice
This guide, from Keep Scotland Beautiful, provides advice and support for community groups planning or running home energy advice projects. The information is targeted at groups running Climate Challenge Fund projects, but should be useful for all.