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A plan to introduce a biomass boiler system at a housing development in North Ayrshire is to be the subject of a public consultation. North Ayrshire Council is asking residents to have their say on the proposal, which would deliver savings on energy bills for tenants and reduce greenhouse gas emissi

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Dundee City Council's neighbourhood services committee will hear on Monday how the latest £3.9 million phase of an external wall insulation (EWI) programme will provide warmer, more energy-efficient homes at over 400 properties.

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Private landlords who commit to providing affordable housing should be given the same financial support as housing associations to improve the energy efficiency of their properties, according to Scottish Land & Estates (SLE). In its response to the Scottish Government’s Energy Efficiency (

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Funding of £450,000 to support local authorities decarbonise heat and improve energy efficiency has been made available by the Scottish Government. Local authorities can apply for funding to pilot Local Heat and Energy Efficiency Strategies which aim to identify local solutions to reduce emiss

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A “housing revolution” to ensure warm and affordable homes forms part of a new campaign to transform Scotland’s economy unveiled by the Scottish Greens. Scottish Greens co-leaders Lorna Slater and Patrick Harvie visiting CCG's off-site construction facility - Image credit: Scottish

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