Prepare for the smart meter rollout with FREE resources!
Free printed leaflets are available to SFHA members to support their tenants with the smart meter rollout.
SFHA is continuing its campaign with Smart Energy GB to promote the rollout of smart meters across Scotland. As part of this campaign, we want to encourage our members to support their low income tenants through face-to-face conversations about the benefits of smart meters.
More information about our campaign is available here.
Access FREE resources
To help members reach their tenants, Smart Energy GB has created a specialist, print leaflet for housing associations to use to communicate with their low income tenants.
SFHA members can order printed copies of this leaflet free of charge by visiting the Smart Energy GB Resource centre.
You can even have the leaflets co-branded with your organisation’s logo! To order free co-branded leaflets, please contact Conor Hill, SFHA Policy and Public Affairs Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to hear from you!
SFHA would love to hear from our members about the work they are doing to support their tenants with the smart meter rollout. To share your stories, please contact SFHA Policy and Public Affairs Officer Conor Hill at email@example.com.
You also play an important role in helping us understand what tenants think about smart meters and our campaign, which helps inform what Smart Energy GB do in the future.
SFHA is encouraging members to distribute consumer surveys to the tenants they speak to about smart meters. Copies of the survey are available for download online and can be returned by you, or the tenants themselves, via a Freepost address found at the bottom of the survey.
If you have conversations, run activity, or distribute information about smart meters, please also distribute a survey.
Want to know more?
Do you have questions about the smart meter rollout? Find the answers to frequently asked questions about smart meters in our handy FAQ document.
You can also find other support materials, social media images, and videos on Smart Energy GB Resource centre. Hints and tips on how to use the materials to engage with your tenants can be found on the SFHA website, or by getting in touch with Conor Hill, SFHA Policy and Public Affairs Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 332 8113.