Heat Decarbonisation: Potential impacts on social equity and fuel poverty

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NEA commissioned this report as, although there are some real challenges and tensions to be addressed, we believe that it is possible to tackle both decarbonisation of energy and fuel poverty. Through better focusing of energy efficiency programmes and other support to low-income households, we can help them achieve affordable warmth as we transition to… Read more »

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2016-17

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National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland (EAS) are national charities working to end fuel poverty and the illness caused by cold homes across the United Kingdom. NEA and EAS are grateful for the support of the organisations that responded to our call for evidence or more generally assisted us in the production of this year’s report…. Read more »

Fuel Poverty Action Guide

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14th edition. A practical guide to help MPs, local authority councillors and advice workers answer queries on energy bills, heating, home insulation and energy efficiency. Download Updated July 2017 | NEA

Wales Fuel Poverty Action Guide (Welsh)

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Canllaw ymarferol i helpu gweithwyr cyngor rheng flaen ateb ymholiadau ar filiau ynni, dyled tanwydd, gwres, inswleiddio cartref ac effeithlonrwydd ynni. Lawrlwytho Chwefror 2017 | NEA Cymru

Fuel Poverty and Houses in Multiple Occupation: Practitioners’ View

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NEA has worked with Future Climate to produce a report looking in detail at the facts about fuel poverty and energy efficiency standards in Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs). The report daws on surveys of over 100 people working with HMOs – mostly council environmental health and housing officers, but also landlords and representatives of… Read more »

Get Warm Soon

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This report assesses how many health and wellbeing boards in England are including public health  indicators on fuel poverty and excess winter deaths in their needs assessments and health and wellbeing strategies. The report also assesses the extent to which health and wellbeing boards are applying National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendations to… Read more »

Community Action Partnership Impact Report 2016

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Community Action Partnership (CAP) was a two-year programme of facilitated practical activities, funded and supported by British Gas and delivered by NEA, in eight communities – seven in England and one in Wales. The aim was to agree a bespoke local action plan  and then deliver activities to enhance the achievement of affordable warmth and energy… Read more »

Report of the Home Energy Consultation and Advice Project

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September 2016 BREDEM modelling of Thirteen’s five most commonly visited property types was performed, to compare modelled energy with expected energy need, and to assess optimal energy saving and cost effective improvement. Stakeholder interviews were carried out to assess the benefits of the project, and capture participant views on policy/legislation for tackling fuel poverty were… Read more »

Understanding Fuel Poverty: Final report of the Chesshire Lehmann Fund

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The Chesshire Lehmann Fund (CLF) was established in September 2009 in memory of Professor John Chesshire and Dr Peter Lehmann. Both men were Fabian socialists who had a commitment to community and environmental energy causes long before awareness of climate change became widespread. John and Peter were very active across a range of professional bodies… Read more »

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2015-16

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NEA and Energy Action Scotland have produced the annual UK Fuel Poverty Monitor (UKFPM) report since 2002 to review fuel poverty policies in the four UK nations, and provide an opportunity to identify cross-nation learning to inform policy makers and practitioners. This year’s report reviews progress on the previous recommendations that have been made since… Read more »

 
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