Fuel Poverty

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Orkney Islands Council (OIC) is to support the development of a multi-partner £28.5 million renewable energy project which could ultimately eliminate the need for fossil fuels. The ReFLEX Orkney (Responsive Flexibility) project aims to create a ‘smart energy island’ - developing a

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New estimates which suggest that more than one in 10 homes would be classed as being in extreme fuel poverty under the Scottish Government’s proposed new definitions are “deeply worrying” and highlight the need for vital investment, the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (

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An action plan to protect the rights of energy consumers and give them a say in how Scotland moves towards affordable clean energy has been launched by the Scottish Government.

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Consumers will automatically receive compensation from today if they suffer energy switching errors or if suppliers are late in refunding credit when they leave. Ofgem said the new requirements, which will see customers awarded at least £30 compensation, have been introduced to give customers

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A new report commissioned by the Scottish Government has suggested a new quango should set up to oversee its plans to fight fuel poverty and make buildings more energy efficient. Ministers want all homes north of the Border to reach certain standards by 2040 as part of its ambitious Energy Efficient

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