Fuel Poverty

A household is said to be in fuel poverty if it has to spend more than 10% of its income on fuel, to heat their home to a satisfactory level.  The Scottish House Condition Survey estimates that fuel poverty in Moray is higher than the Scottish average.  32% of Moray households (over 13,000 households)  are in fuel poverty, compared with a Scottish average of 28%.

Our Local Housing Strategy sets out how the Council and its partners will try to eradicate fuel poverty in Moray by 2016. 

Moray Council Energy Company Obligation Flexible Eligibility Statement of Intent 

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