National Energy Foundation scoops national award for improving health and housing for local residents

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Milton Keynes-based charity the National Energy Foundation and its project partners are celebrating after its project Better Housing, Better Health, operating in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, was named the national runner-up in the Energy Impact Awards, beating more than 80 competing entries. The Energy Impact Awards, run by leading fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA)… Read more »

Forces for Warmth helps first ever customer

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A new service to help current and ex-service people and their families tackle their fuel bills has helped its first client with energy costs. Forces for Warmth has recently been launched by charities National Energy Action (NEA) and The Royal British Legion (TRBL) across the East Midlands. Peter Williamson, 87 and his wife 76, were… Read more »

NEA comment on Ofgem taking forward the CMA’s recommendations

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The CMA has rightly highlighted that energy is an essential service but many customers are currently excluded from signing up to the cheapest deals. This is because of their meter type; a poor credit history; they are worried about losing out on support like the Warm Home Discount; or they face cost barriers if they attempt… Read more »

Energy Champions wanted in Northamptonshire – Could it be you?

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14 August 2015 The search is on for 100 ‘energy champions’ in Northampton, Corby, Kettering and Daventry to help 20,000 people in their community become more energy efficient and to reduce the cost of their energy bills. Over the next six months, training will be given to people across Northamptonshire so they can learn how… Read more »

Oldham switch on to energy advice thanks to free workshop

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14 August 2015 A number of Oldham residents are now more energy savvy after receiving training on how to keep warm in their homes and save money on their fuel bills. During the free workshop, residents from First Choice Oldham’s (FCHOs) Barker Street estate were given advice on how to be more energy efficient and… Read more »

 
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