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Read our latest news releases here, or click on the links (left) to access our news release archive, which is organised by year from 2005.
BIRMINGHAM RESIDENTS BENEFIT FROM £46,000 INCOME BOOST
The Keeping Homes Efficient initiative delivered by Sparkbrook-based charity the Ashiana Community Project (ACP) helped local residents in South-east Birmingham access free services and advice on fuel efficiency.
MANCHESTER PROJECT CHAMPIONS ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Salford-based refugee and asylum seeker support organisation, Warm Hut UK, has helped over 400 individuals across Greater Manchester access fuel efficiency and income maximisation advice through its latest initiative, Coldwise, thanks to a £28,534 funding boost from the ScottishPower Energy People Trust.
STV CHILDREN’S APPEAL AND SCOTTISHPOWER ENERGY PEOPLE TRUST HELP FAMILIES FACING FUEL POVERTY
The Capsule Fuel Poverty Project is funded by a £50,000 investment from the ScottishPower Energy People Trust and delivered by STV Children’s Appeal with four charity partners in Edinburgh, Falkirk, Renfrewshire and Ayrshire. The unique initiative is created to provide support to low income families who face the challenges of living with fuel poverty to the detriment of their health and well-being, aiming to deliver long-term benefit and sustainable change.
BRISTOL CHARITY COLLECTS £40K FUNDING BOOST FROM SCOTTISHPOWER ENERGY PEOPLE TRUST
Award-wining Bristol charity Talking Money has received a funding boost of almost £40,000 from the ScottishPower Energy People Trust to support its flagship initiative, Energy Advice Project.
SCOTTISHPOWER ENERGY PEOPLE TRUST SUPPORT MORE THAN 2,500 LOW INCOME RESIDENTS IN STOCKTON
Stockton & District Advice and Information Service (SDAIS) has supported 2,561 individuals with fuel efficiency and income maximisation advice in the last year, thanks to a £49,965 funding boost from the ScottishPower Energy People Trust.