The Heat Hero Award Scheme recognises individuals across England and Wales who have gone ‘above and beyond’ in helping people who are living in fuel poverty in their local community. The Awards are supported by ScottishPower.
Peter said: “I am over the moon to be chosen as a Heat Hero by NEA and ScottishPower, it is worth all of the hard work when you know that you have helped people in the local community to stay warm in their homes. It is a team effort though and colleagues at The Whitechapel Centre deserve the credit too”.
Maria Wardrobe, Director of External Affairs, NEA said: “Our heat heroes’ are vital to the lives of people in their communities. Many fuel poor households are isolated and vulnerable and difficult to reach, it is important that we give credit to people like Peter who are working tirelessly to help these people to stay warm and well in their homes.”
Steve Rotherham MP said “I am delighted that we have people like Peter working to help vulnerable people in Liverpool Walton.”
Neil Clitheroe, CEO, ScottishPower Retail and Generation said: “We are proud to be sponsoring the Heat Heroes Awards for a third year. The hard work and commitment shown by these dedicated individuals within communities is crucially important in helping to tackle fuel poverty. On behalf of ScottishPower I’d like to congratulate all the nominees and winners.”