TIG have a new project kicking off next week with their Energy in Transition - Energy Advice surgeries. The roadshow will be travelling around the islands offering free energy advice, information about how to minimise your contribution to climate change and their new Tesla electric car.

The TIG team will be in:

Barra Fire Station: 17th June, 2.30 - 4.30pm 

Storas Uist, South Uibhist: 18th June 10.30 - 12.30am

An Cladh, Balavanich, Benbecula: 18th June 3 - 5pm

Tarbert Community Centre, Harris: 19th June 12.30 - 2.30pm

See poster below for full details.

THTC Customers who have moved to Utilita from Our Power’s Hebrides Energy tariffs will recently have received Welcome Packs showing their tariff and unit rates.  Utilita has advised this has been a complex process, but that they are now able to confirm the price structure for these customers, through a tariff called ‘Control’ or ‘Control +’.  

The unit rates on these welcome packs are showing a price increase from the 1st of June.  It is recommended that you look into whether you are on the best rate or whether it would be cheaper for you to switch away from Utilita. 

Both SSE and Scottish Power offer comparable THTC tariffs, the table below shows prices for tariffs that these companies have: 


All the rates above are for direct debit payment types

If you like further assistance and advice or would like someone to have a look at your bills, you can contact Tighean Innse Gall on 01851 706121 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

John Macarthur and Brian Whitington from TIG, along with Broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer, celebrate Tighean Innse Gall’s inclusion in the Parliamentary Review of 2018 at its launch in the Palace of Westminster.

This great honour of inclusion in the Parliamentary Review falls to those who exemplify leadership in public service and TIG is recognised for its Care and Repair service as a leading example in the country.