A major programme to make public sector buildings in Scotland more energy efficient has been launched.

The Scottish government has appointed 12 suppliers to a procurement framework to deliver energy efficiency retrofit works and services that will aim to improve the energy performance of the public sector. All Scottish public sector organisations, registered landlords and the third sector will be able to access the scheme.

Speaking on 1 March, Scottish energy minister Fergus Ewing said: “This scheme could transform our public sector buildings and has the potential to save taxpayers millions of pounds.”

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