Fuel poverty in Scotland
Fuel poverty in Scotland

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Fuel poverty in Scotland

2 Organisations tackling fuel poverty in Scotland

2.1 The people providing support

2.1.1 Ian Traenor

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Ian Traenor

Ian Traenor used to be a former employee of Scottish Hydroelectric. At the time of the recording, he had ‘crossed over to the other side’ to help people deal with fuel debts. He worked in Dundee, for an organisation called SCARF (Save Cash And Reduce Fuel), which was supported by Dundee City Council, and covered a wide area including Aberdeen, Dundee, Perth and Kinross.


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