A new competition has been launched to encourage innovative ways to access cheap energy prices in Scottish homes.
The Scottish Energy Efficiency Design Awards were announced by Michael Russell, minister for the environment, at the Scottish Energy & Environment Conference in Glasgow.
From April, applicants will be encouraged to submit new ways to both access cheap energy prices and help reduce Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions.
Mr Russell said: "The awards will also help drive sustainable economic growth by encouraging innovation, research and development of new low carbon products and services, cutting fuel bills and fuel poverty in the process."
He added that all sorts of organisations would be encouraged to enter, from house builders through to local communities.
Scotland is aiming to reduce its emissions by 80 per cent over the next 40 years and is also looking to cut the number of households living in fuel poverty.
Wind turbines are the most high-profile form of renewable energy technology and many UK energy suppliers have invested in offshore wind farms.
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