Fuel Poverty

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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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North Lanarkshire Council's energy efficiency team has followed its win as Scotland's Energy Efficiency Council of the Year by coming second top in the United Kingdom in the national finals. The council was commended for the impact it had across communities tackling fuel poverty, one of the key

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Warmworks Scotland, the managing agent of the Scottish Government’s national fuel poverty scheme Warmer Homes Scotland, has achieved the prestigious Investors in People Platinum accreditation. For nearly 30 years, Investors in People has been recognised internationally as a lead

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An English local authority has invested £18 million in return for a 50% stake in Scottish energy provider Together Energy to supply its residents with green electricity. Earlier this year, Warrington Borough Council announced plans to become the first UK local authority to generate its own ren

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Sustainable housing can alleviate fuel poverty, therefore, the higher upfront costs should not rule out the use of energy-efficient materials, argues Scotframe’s Malcolm Thomson. Hands up if you’ve heard about the urgent need for new homes? Chances are most of the business community have

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