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 »

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2016-17 (Executive Summary)

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UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2016-17, published by NEA and Energy Action Scotland, provides the latest national fuel poverty statistics and an update on the key aspects of policy which impact on 4 million fuel poor households as well as the population at large. Download June 2017 | National Energy Action, Energy Action Scotland

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 »

A Manifesto for Warmth

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Creating economic growth and putting and end to the cost and suffering of living in a cold home. February 2015

Developing a social energy target in Europe

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Proposals for bridging the ‘energy divide’ and putting low-income households at the heart of Europe’s energy future. October 2014 | NEA | Green Group in Europe

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2014

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Through the ‘UK Fuel Poverty Monitor’ we make an annual assessment of fuel poverty levels and compare the differing approaches to tackle this issue across the United Kingdom. This year’s monitor provides a nation specific update on progress towards fuel poverty aspirations or targets. Whilst income support measures and energy discounts play an important role… Read more »

Smart for all: Consumer experience of smart meters (full report)

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NEA gratefully acknowledges the support of the Department of Energy and Climate Change in funding this research. In addition, NEA would like to thank British Gas and E.ON for working with NEA and allowing the research team access to their smart meter customers to invite their participation. Lastly, NEA thanks the households that took part… Read more »

 
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