Bill Bowman (North East Scotland) (Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party) asked the Scottish Government what action it has taken to improve the average band D Energy Performance Certificate rating in the residential housing sector.
Kevin Stewart provided this information:
- By the end of 2021, we will have allocated over £1 billion pounds since 2009 on tackling fuel poverty and improving energy efficiency.
- This year alone we have allocated £145 million to improving the energy efficiency of Scotland’s building stock.
- 46% of dwellings were rated C or better in 2017, up from 24% in 2010.
- The number of dwellings rated below band D reduced from 27% in 2010 to 13% in 2017.
Earlier reports on progress in this respect are:
Once more the SNP’s progressive housing policies are helping Scotland weather the storm of Tory austerity
In an announcement on the 13th March, a group called ‘Warmworks’ claimed much credit for a ‘scheme for fuel poor hitting its 5K-customer milestone, a boost for jobs and skills in Scotland and balancing efficiency and support. ‘Warmworks Scotland’ has just…
SNP Government launches new fuel poverty pilot scheme to enhance existing scheme which has already improved 100 000 homes.
22 rural households will take part in a pilot project designed to find ways of reducing fuel poverty. The pilot will take 12 months and £300 000 will be invested in it. Advisers from Home Energy Scotland (HES)…
SNP Government leads the way again, on high energy efficient homes for Scotland
© scottishhousingnews.com I’ve been writing plenty about the robust health and future prospects of Scotland’s renewables and oil & gas energy sectors. Of course energy efficient homes are another important part of the overall strategy.
Love the way you utilise information requests from Brit Nats to bolster the independence cause. You think they would learn.
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