Fuel Poverty

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Margaret Rowe and her dog Glen Over 80 Port Glasgow homes are enjoying being connected to the gas network for the first time and are already benefitting from cheaper fuel bills and more efficient heating.

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Homeowners in North Lanarkshire are set for to benefit from warmer homes and cheaper bills after North Lanarkshire Council received £2.9 million to improve energy efficiency following a successful funding bid. Hundreds of homes in Cumbernauld, Coatbridge and Wishaw will benefit from the funding awa

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Councillors Thomas MacLennan (left) and Brian Murphy (third from left) with (second from left) Karen Maclean (The Highland Council) and (left - right) Glenn Harrison, Omar Ricketts, Steve Lauri and Sofia Riaz (all Eon) and Sheena Coull (Lochaber Housing Association) Works have been completed on 181

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Nine out of ten Scots think the Scottish Government should have full responsibility for energy policy matters in Scotland, a survey of over 12,000 consumers has found. The survey was taken by households who have joined the Big Energy Switch campaign, a Scotland-wide people power campaign to cut the

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A survey of over 11,000 Scottish consumers has found that more than one in three Scottish households are suffering from fuel poverty. The survey was taken by households who have joined the Big Energy Switch campaign, a Scotland-wide people power campaign to cut the cost of electricity and gas in Sco

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GHA chair Gordon Sloan and tenant Kathleen James raise a cup to celebrate the success of the solar panel project A project to fit 500 GHA homes with solar panels has been hailed a success after saving tenants £388,000 on their energy bills.

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(left to right) Stuart McMillan MSP, Carol Aitken of Scottish Gas and far right Willie Croft of River Clyde Homes, with residents Stuart McMillan MSP has praised a £9 million scheme to make 500 homes more energy efficient in Greenock.

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Councillor Sam Love and energy advisor Lynda Stevenson launch the Big Switch More than 700 households have signed up to save money on their fuel bills through North Lanarkshire Council’s Big Switch scheme.

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A Scotland-wide people power campaign to cut the cost of electricity and gas in Scotland is being launched today. The Big Energy Switch campaign, supported by a national TV and radio campaign, aims to use the huge buying power of 20,000 Scottish households to unlock group-discounted energy in Scotla

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Stephanie Clark Scottish Renewables has called for a change in planning rules in Glasgow to force developers to consider low cost communal heating systems.

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Fife Council is to spend £2.6 million on making local homes warmer, more environmentally friendly and cheaper to heat. The council will undertake a number of projects across Fife to install energy saving measures as part of the Scottish Government’s programme to tackle fuel poverty and increase e

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Margaret Burgess with representatives from Irvine Housing Association Scotland’s most vulnerable households will receive help to make their homes cheaper to heat following a £103 million investment to tackle fuel poverty.

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Cube project officer Lindsey Ogilvie, left, and British Gas resident liaison officer Claire Mitchell celebrate work starting with Cube tenant Isabel MacPherson Three communities in Glasgow will benefit from a massive £11 million investment to make homes more energy efficient.

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