University of Edinburgh
A wave energy technology is being developed that could help generate low-cost electricity for thousands of houses.
Published 13 February 2019
A new course aimed at providing people with the necessary skills to help people who are homeless will be launched by the University of Edinburgh this month.
Published 7 January 2019
Vet students are spreading Christmas cheer this winter by distributing rucksacks filled with essential items to homeless people and their pets.
Published 7 December 2017
LinkLiving Ltd has joined a number of housing organisations by participating in the Carnegie UK Trust's ‘What Do Citizen's Want?’ project.
Published 23 October 2017
Scores of residents in and around Edinburgh are set to benefit from free insight and advice on their energy use, as part of a smart technology research initiative.
Published 10 October 2017
The University of Edinburgh is to extend its guarantor scheme for overseas students seeking rented accommodation following a successful two-year pilot.
Published 10 May 2017
An independent panel of academic experts is to review the definition of fuel poverty after which a consultation will open on a new long-term fuel poverty strategy and statutory eradication target, the Scottish Government has announced.
Published 9 March 2017
The Scottish Government must grasp its opportunity to transform the country’s energy sector and provide strong vision for Scotland’s future energy system, according to a group of leading energy experts.
Published 23 January 2017
Veterinary students and staff at the University of Edinburgh’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies have launched a festive initiative to help vulnerable people and their animals this Christmas.
Published 13 December 2016
A Warm Homes Act that helps deliver clean, affordable heat to homes must be a priority for the new Scottish Government, according to a group from the third, renewable and academic sectors.
Published 31 May 2016
Scotland's poorest people are more likely to be victims of crime while the clear-up rates of police have not helped the worst hit areas of the country according to two new studies.
Published 13 November 2015