Charities call for a UK summit to address 80 needless winter deaths a day

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  In response to new UK Government figures released today on fuel poverty levels in England (http://bit.ly/2sUfxqL) charities National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland (EAS) release a new report which estimates over 9,600 frail and vulnerable people across the UK are at risk of dying throughout the coming winter months due to cold… 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 »

New research highlights potential for energy system win-win-win

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12 June 2015 A new research report has been released today investigating the potential for electricity network operators to make a direct contribution to preventing fuel poverty, by investing in domestic energy efficiency improvements. The report investigates the possibility to divert budgets allocated to load-related network upgrade schemes into local schemes that improve energy efficiency… Read more »

 
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