Fuel Poverty

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Fife Council hosted its Fuel Poverty Conference this week, bringing partners together to help people who are struggling to pay for heat and power in their homes. Professionals from a range of council services and partners including Cosy Kingdom, Fife NHS, Energy Action Scotland, and the Chartered In

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The Wise Group has committed to supporting 50,000 households with energy advice and advocacy services as it prepares to launch its #50kHomes campaign to lift people out of fuel poverty next month. At a launch event at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, the Wise Group will call for partners to support it

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CIH Scotland has released the latest briefing in its Homes not Houses series. In the run-up to next month’s Housing Festival, the Homes not Houses briefing series has been covering the themes of the event, taking an in-depth look at how good quality homes are at the heart of everything the cou

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Dundee City Council is set to approve the installation of new boilers in 191 council houses. The £732,258.18 worth of improvements will see the properties in the East End and Ferry wards receive gas boiler renewals and associated works.

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Cunninghame Housing Association joined the debate on addressing fuel poverty by announcing fuel poverty performance figures for its three Lemon Aid fuel poverty teams during 2018 and 2019. The teams secured more than £1.8 million in financial savings and debt reduction for clients across Dumfr

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A major new report from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) into the state of the country's energy market has found that more than one in 10 Scots consider energy prices too expensive.

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The Highland Council is to host information events after it was awarded funding from the Scottish Government to deliver area based energy efficiency programmes in the region. The area based programmes aim to:

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A public engagement programme on how to end Scotland’s contribution to climate change has shown widespread support for home energy efficiency improvements, increased use of public transport and transitioning to a more circular economy.

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