Fuel Poverty

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Harbour Homes has secured more than £172k in funding to provide energy advice to Edinburgh tenants on behalf of the ARCHIE partnership. The Leith social landlord made a successful bid on behalf of the ARCHIE partnership for funding from the Energy Redress Scheme. The £172,089 grant will

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Southside Housing Association is set to launch a new advice project funded through the Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme. The project will provide two energy advisers for a period of two years. The award of £178k includes 400 pre-payment meter fuel vouchers that will be ringfenced for t

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The bosses of two of the UK’s biggest energy companies have called for the introduction of a social energy tariff to help low-income households who are struggling to pay the bills.

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Energy debt is becoming an increasing issue of concern for people in Scotland with nearly half of affected households not confident they can clear debts or arrears, new analysis has revealed. The latest Energy Affordability Tracker from Consumer Scotland shows the impact of increasing energy de

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Kingdom Housing Association’s Tenancy Sustainment Team has delivered £50,000 worth of direct financial support to customers with fuel debts, providing a financial lifeline during the cost of living crisis.

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New figures show that people across Scotland are increasingly looking to make energy efficiency upgrades to their homes to reduce their energy bills and carbon emissions, but many are still unsure about how to do it.

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