The work of Community Energy Plus’s Alec Rice to alleviate fuel poverty in Cornwall has been recognised by NEA, the national fuel poverty charity, which have named Alec as one of their ‘Heat Heroes’. The award scheme was launched by NEA and ScottishPower to celebrate the national charity’s 30th Anniversary and to coincide with the launch of NEA’s Fuel Poverty Awareness day which took place on the 10th February 2012. The awards have recognised 12 individuals who have gone ‘above …READ MORE »
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