An event in Aberdeen is set to discuss the issues of climate change and fuel poverty, and the role architecture and design can play in providing solutions.
Poor energy efficiency in the Aberdeen's granite buildings and high fuel costs help explain why around 29% of the city live in fuel poverty, it has been claimed.
Offering people the “opportunity to prosper” is critical to tackling poverty in the city, the co-leader of Aberdeen City Council claimed today.
An Aberdeen company has been awarded a place on a first-of-its-kind energy advice contract to help those in fuel poverty.
The First Minister has announced a £54.5million fund to help tackle fuel poverty in Scotland.
Nearly £2 million of Scottish Government funding will go towards tackling North-east fuel poverty.
Fuel poverty is hitting 41,000 North-east homes, according to a new report.