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An innovative housing project in Renfrewshire will help to tackle climate change and could slash annual heating bills to £150. Renfrewshire Council’s housing investment team has been given the green light to deliver a £4.5 million retrofit of 75 terraced council houses.

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North Lanarkshire Council has launched a new comparison website to make help residents find the best price with energy providers. Lynda Stevenson, service delivery manager with Heather Brannan-McVey, convener of communities & housing and Laura Lindsay, campaign officer

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A local community benefit society which delivers the Home Energy Efficiency Programme: Area Based Scheme (HEEPS:ABS) to the Outer Hebrides is celebrating a national award. (from left) Top - Norman Kerr, OBE director of Energy Action Scotland and Stewart Wilson, TIG CEO. Bottom - Donald Mackinnon, TI

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The Scottish Government’s new Heat Networks Bill could see the equivalent of 460,000 homes heated renewably by 2030, cutting emissions from heat by 10% and helping tackle the climate emergency, according to a new study. The research, commissioned by industry body Scottish Renewables, found 46

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A groundbreaking project that could see homes in the Forthside area of Stirling provided with heat that’s generated from waste water is now fully operational in the area. (from left) James Reid, divisional manager, FES; Charles Easton, director, FES; Paul Kerr, managing director of Scottish Wa

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