Scottish local councils to share £14 million fund for energy-saving projects
Local authorities in Scotland will be able to access a £14 million fund for energy-saving projects in the near future, a recent news report in the local media has been able to find.
The local councils will be able to use the cash from Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme (SEEP) to makes homes, public buildings and businesses more energy efficient.
Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil said: “SEEP will work with businesses and the commercial sector to see how we can achieve similar successes. This pilot phase will allow councils to test the effectiveness of new approaches to energy efficiency.
“The pilot projects will integrate support across various building types, to evaluate the impact of innovative approaches to funding and delivery and to test the market appetite for energy efficiency investments in the commercial sector.”
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