Existing Homes Alliance Scotland director Elizabeth Leighton covers a new research report published today by the coalition on the regulations and support needed to decarbonise Scotland’s owner occupied homes. Skyrocketing energy prices are crippling many households’ finances, pushing ove
Warmworks, an organisation dedicated to providing affordable warmth to homes and communities across the country, has achieved recognition as a carbon neutral business and revealed its plans to further build on the steps it has taken to reduce its impact on the environment. This is the second year ru
The Energy Saving Trust has today announced that it will continue to oversee the management and allocation of Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) payments following the renewal of its contract by Ofgem. Ofgem’s enforcement and compliance activity collects voluntary
Albyn Housing Society is launching a £100,000 fund for tenants struggling with soaring energy costs across its 3,700 properties in 70 communities across the Highlands - a fund the society expects to last only a few days due to demand.
Up to £1 million is being made available to help deliver a pipeline of carbon-cutting heat projects and make thousands of homes across Scotland warmer, greener and cheaper to heat. The Heat in Buildings Project Development Funding Invitation will support public, private and community-led proje
Hillcrest Homes’ HEAT Heroes have lived up to their name once again, after being named ‘Team of the Year’ at the prestigious Energy Action Scotland Fuel Poverty Heroes Awards 2022, for their tireless work in combating fuel poverty. The honour, which was announced during the annual
Manor Estates Housing Association is to work in partnership with Changeworks to provide tenants with access to home energy and fuel advice. The Association said it knows that it is a difficult time for its tenants with the increase in fuel costs and the lifting of the energy price cap and that it ho
The future of a lifeline energy scheme in Scotland is in doubt, as households face soaring bills in a matter of weeks. The Warm Home Discount, funded by all energy consumers, takes £140 off of energy bills through an energy company rebate, to people on pension credit or low incomes.
Engineers are to carry out free health checks on central heating systems throughout the Lothians as part of a new fuel poverty prevention scheme. The Edinburgh Boiler Company is investing £30,000 into the project that launches today.