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ALIenergy tackles global issue in Argyll

A SMALL Oban-based organisation and member of a network of energy agencies across Europe is doing its bit to ensure all households in Argyll and Bute have access to affordable energy and are not vulnerable to fuel debt.

Established in 1999 by Argyll and Bute Council under the EU ‘SAVE’ programme, ALIenergy (Argyll, Lomond and the Islands Energy Agency) is dedicated to changing the way energy is used in the region and beyond, and does so by improving public knowledge of, and engagement in, renewable energy and energy efficiency issues and combating fuel poverty.

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