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Our Advisors

About our Advisors

All of our advisors are fully trained on energy advice and related issues through both proprietary training courses and also through joint working with the major energy utilities.  They have also been vetted through Disclosure Scotland.

WilliamCampbell

William Campbell

William joined the G.HEAT project in March 2010, having previously worked extensively on the Scottish Government's Home Insulation Scheme (HIS).  With a  Diploma in "Domestic Energy Assessment", William  is also qualified to City and Guild level in Energy efficiency, and is in the process of completing an NVQ in "Providing Energy Efficiency Services".

JimForrest

James Forrest

James has worked in the energy efficiency industry for more than 3-years, with much experience in the Strathclyde and Central Energy Saving Scotland advice centre.  James has also worked on several local Home Energy advice projects and holds an NVQ in "Providing Energy Efficiency Services" along with a City and Guilds qualification in Energy efficiency.

EvelynMilligan

Evelyn Milligan

Evelyn joined the G.HEAT project in April 2010, after working for more than 10-years as a Housing Officer.   Qualified to City and Guild level in Energy efficiency, Evelyn is in the process of completing an NVQ in "Providing Energy Efficiency Services.

JohnMcConnel

John McConnel

John joined the G.HEAT project in April 2010, from a background of debt and money advice.   Qualified to City and Guild level in Energy efficiency, John is in the process of completing an NVQ in "Providing Energy Efficiency Services.  John is also a part-time volunteer for his local Citizens Advice Bureau.

RonnieNeil

Ronnie Neil

Ronnie joined the G.HEAT project in March 2010, having previously worked extensively on the Scottish Government's Home Insulation Scheme (HIS).  A telephone engineer to trade, and with a City and Guild qualification in energy efficiency, Ronnie is also in the process of completing an NVQ in "Providing Energy Efficiency Services".

All advisors carry photo ID and are required to display this to householders on every visit.