A service set up to help Aberdeen residents manage their heating is continuing to offer advice to those affected by coronavirus measures.
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.
A leading energy advice service is hosting a week-long pop up event at an Aberdeen shopping centre in a bid to ensure as many local residents as possible are prepared for winter.
An Aberdeen children's charity has received vital funding from two organisations.
An Aberdeen company has been awarded a place on a first-of-its-kind energy advice contract to help those in fuel poverty.
Staff from a north-east social enterprise are to be given rainbow lanyards to promote equal rights and safety.
Five primary pupils from across the north-east attended an awards ceremony at the Scottish Parliament to celebrate their creative ways of encouraging people to save water.
A new £122,000 home insulation programme has been unveiled in Aberdeen.