ScottishPower supports ‘Warm at Home’ for fifth year



More than 150 people living with a cancer diagnosis are set to benefit from new central heating after an innovative link up between fuel poverty champions Energy Action Scotland and ScottishPower.

The ‘Warm at Home’ project has been running across the central belt for the past five years and ScottishPower has just announced a further £350,000 investment for the coming year.

Energy Action Scotland works with MacMillan Cancer to identify people eligible for support.

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