Projects Funded by the Energy People Trust

Case Studies:

Energy Agency helps to keep Ayrshire homes warm this winter

Energy Agency, the Ayrshire-based charity, is helping to keep homes across the region warm this wint...

City Chambers Event

On 6 September 2011, the ScottishPower Energy People Trust and 40 fuel poverty practitioners were we...

Independent Living Support - Empowering People

Ann Loughrey Company Secretary from the Scottish Power Energy People Trust, Elaine Murray MSP and MP...

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North View Housing Assoc - Youth Housing Project

To provide four disadvantaged young people with accommodation for approximately two years with a view to them sustaining their own tenancy and gaining employment. To assist disadvantaged young people in achieving personal, social and economic independence – money provides help with fuel bills/associated costs.

Expected Number of Individuals : 4
Expected Number of Households : 4
Trustees Meetings : 12/12/2005
Funding Amount Approved : 12000

Starter Packs Dundee - Dundee Starter Packs

To help fund starter packs and the services that manages these for homeless and needy individuals in the Dundee area who are setting up a new home. These provide, for example, basic household goods, bedding and curtains to relieve the financial pressure, allowing them to buy food, heat/light their home etc.

Expected Number of Individuals : 500
Expected Number of Households : 500
Trustees Meetings : 08/12/2005
Funding Amount Approved : 12000

LEEP (Changeworks -Warm & Well for Infants)

The project will help families with young children who are having difficulty heating their homes adequately at an affordable cost. It will establish a specialist unit to ensure the youngest and newest members of society are able to live in homes that won’t compromise their health. It involves preventative talks and face-to-face reactive advice and referrals. A new post will be created at LEEP to deliver the project.

Expected Number of Individuals : 0
Expected Number of Households : 0
Trustees Meetings : 08/12/2005
Funding Amount Approved : 117620

SCARF - North East Cosy Homes Project

To help fund starter packs and the services that manages these for homeless and needy individuals in the Dundee area who are setting up a new home. These provide, for example, basic household goods, bedding and curtains to relieve the financial pressure, allowing them to buy food, heat/light their home etc.

Expected Number of Individuals : 600
Expected Number of Households : 600
Trustees Meetings : 08/12/2005
Funding Amount Approved : 76744