The HEAT Project is an initiative of the Blairgowrie and Rattray Development Trust (BRDT). The project is funded by The Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund to fight climate change by reducing the carbon dioxide emissions of the communities in Blairgowrie, Rattray and the Glens.
In line with the Climate Challenge Fund directive, our prime focus is to provide households, businesses and communities with energy saving advice to help them reduce their energy bills and water usage. Our secondary focus is to work with communities to continuously research and review initiatives that could help reduce carbon footprint and increase environmental sustainability. Such initiatives include e.g. the assessment of a local loyalty scheme and facilitation of an online fresh food distribution platform to help promote produce from local producers and suppliers to local consumers and businesses.
In summary, our mission is to :
If you are interested in finding out how we got to where we are today, click here to read about our history.