The Energy Saving Trust has announced that over £3.5 million of funding has been awarded to 17 charities, including those affected by COVID-19, in the latest round of the Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme. Managed and delivered by Energy Saving Trust, the Energy Redress Scheme col
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Eleven UK charities have been awarded over £2.9 million in funding in the latest round of Ofgem's Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme).
Ofgem Energy Redress Scheme makes £13m available for charities to support vulnerable consumers and households
The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) reopened its eighth funding round for applications last week with £13 million available to charities in Great Britain.
Retrofitting buildings is one of a number of key actions the Scottish Government should undertake to ensure Scotland’s post-COVID-19 sets a path to net zero, according to a group of civic and business leaders.
The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme (Energy Redress Scheme) opens its latest funding round for applications today to charities that support vulnerable energy consumers.
Two Scottish housing associations are among the list of successful applicants from an Energy Saving Trust scheme to help people in vulnerable positions heat and power their homes.
The Wheatley Foundation has secured more than £200,000 to help customers struggling with their energy bills. Thomasina Smith with fuel advisor Hugh Gregory
A campaign which aims to help people save money on their energy bills through free and impartial advice is being launched across the country today.
Energy Saving Trust has today announced over £4.2 million has been awarded to 30 charities across England, Scotland and Wales in the latest round of the Energy Redress Scheme.
In a first for Midlothian, five green fully electric vehicles are now available to hire across the region, thanks to a new project delivered by Melville Housing Association. Funded by Transport Scotland’s Plugged-in Households programme and delivered through Energy Saving Trust, the fleet of f
Seven organisations across Scotland have been successful in the second round of the funding to procure the services of electric vehicle car clubs.
Social housing providers in Scotland can apply for funding to help tenants access the benefits of ebikes. The Transport Scotland eBike Grant Fund for 2019/20 has provided over 100 e-bikes to 19 organisations across Scotland with over £273,000 awarded so far.
Ore Valley Housing Association has launched its Electric Car Club in partnership with Enterprise Holdings.
A £3 billion Green Investment Portfolio and a vow to end polluting gas heating in new homes within five years are part of the Scottish Government’s next steps to tackle climate change, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced in Parliament yesterday.
The fifth round of the Ofgem Energy Redress Scheme will reopen for applications on August 19 with £10 million available, the largest amount being accessible to support vulnerable energy consumers.