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Glasgow approves energy efficiency and fuel poverty programme


Glasgow City Council has approved a new action plan to address issues of energy efficiency and fuel poverty in the city over the next five years.

The 2017-22 Affordable Warmth Programme has been informed by four key policy themes; improving Glasgow’s housing stock and new build standards; maximising the benefits of home energy efficiency schemes for the residents of Glasgow; affordable warmth advice and assistance; and sustainability and resilience in the face of climate change.

“Glasgow’s Affordable Warmth Programme has already achieved a great deal for the people of the city, including an annual dividend of £100 for our older people since 2011, and spent around £60 million on delivering energy efficiency on almost 9,000 homes in that period,” said Councillor Frank McAveety, Leader of Glasgow City Council. “The programme for the next five years will continue this work in the city’s existing homes and those under construction.”

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