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The Highland Council has been awarded Scottish Government grant funding to deliver the Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Scheme (EES:ABS) programme for the 11th consecutive year. The EES:ABS programme is fully funded by the Scottish Government and offers eligible Highland residents grant funding

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Glasgow-based energy services firm Union Technical has commenced work to retrofit 18 homes in Skye in a bid to help address the island’s ongoing housing crisis. Work has begun on a £540,000 upgrade of the 18 terraced and semi-detached bungalows at Shulishader Beag in Portree, which were

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Glasgow-based energy services firm Union Technical has commenced work to retrofit more than 300 homes in Dumfries. Work has begun this week on a £1.5 million upgrade of the four-in-a-block sandstone flats at the town’s Sandside Estate, which were constructed in the 1930s.

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Almost 300 households in Dumfries will benefit from lower energy bills after Riverside Scotland secured £1.5 million of funding to make their homes more energy efficient. The seven-figure investment will see 294 homes, which were built almost a century ago, benefit from significant energy effi

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Scotland Excel’s Energy Efficiency Contractors framework is designed to support its members with their journey towards Net Zero by 2045. In this article, Kirsty Brown, head of business development for Union Technical spoke with Kelly Nugent, senior procurement specialist at Scotland Excel

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Wheatley Homes Glasgow has started work on a £1.6 million programme to make homes more energy efficient and reduce heating bills. People living in 36 homes in Drumchapel could see their heating bills cut by 88% thanks to the innovative energy-efficiency work being carried out by the social lan

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