Norrie Kerr

Norman Kerr became Director of Energy Action Scotland in April 2005, having previously been Development Manager and Deputy Director since 1996. Prior to this he worked with Heatwise Glasgow for 12 years as Production Unit Manager with responsibility for delivering the organisation's energy efficiency programmes.

Norman leads the Energy Action Scotland team which advises the Scottish Executive and Communities Scotland on HECA, Local Housing Strategies and Fuel Poverty Strategies. He sits on the Scottish Executive's Fuel Poverty Forum as well as the Executive's working group measuring the health impacts of the Warm Deal and the Central Heating Programme. He is also a member of the NEA Executive Board and a Trustee of The ScottishPower Energy People Trust.

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SCOTTISHPOWER has announced that it is quadrupling its investment to 4m in a Trust set up to help vulnerable people who are living in fuel poverty. Read more

The community of Onthank will soon enjoy warmer homes and lower fuel bills thanks to a new project. Read more

A funding boost from the ScottishPower Energy People Trust helped Starter Packs Dundee give nearly 900 homeless people in the area a new lease of life. Read more

A project in Greater Manchester has been granted 30,000 funding from The ScottishPower Energy People Trust to help families with disabled children access the benefits they are entitled to. Read more

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