NEA’s comment on the Committee on Fuel Poverty annual report

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Issued by: Peter Smith, Director of Policy and Research “NEA warmly welcomes the Committee’s report which clearly outlines the legal requirements the UK Government is bound by. The report also rightly notes that progress is being made towards our fuel poverty strategy ‘milestones’ but based on current progress there is a risk thousands of fuel poor… Read more »

Charity calls for ‘A Fairer Energy Future for All’

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Leading fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA) is calling for ‘A Fairer Energy Future for All’ ahead of its conference next week [11-13 September],  which is taking place at Nottingham Conference Centre and  is sponsored by E.ON. Over 330 attendees will hear from expert commentators from Government, Ofgem and the energy industry focussing on… Read more »

NEA welcome London Mayor’s commitment to tackle cold homes in the capital

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Today the Mayor of London pledged to play an active role in tackling cold homes in the capital. He also committed the GLA to the development of a new fuel poverty action plan. In response, Peter Smith, Director of Policy and Research at fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA) commented: “We welcome the Mayor… Read more »

Youngest ever ‘Heat Hero’ meets the oldest at awards ceremony

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Pictured from left to right: James Foster, Ted Evans with Lord Martin O’Neill of Clackmannan, President of NEA. James, 19 and Ted, 94, were among the winners of the national Heat Hero award – for helping vulnerable people in the fight against fuel poverty. James Foster from Wolverhampton, the youngest ever Heat Hero at age 19,… Read more »

 
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