Advice for vulnerable customers in Wales as the cold weather bites

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As temperatures plummet across Wales this week, fuel poverty charity, NEA Cymru outlines the help available for vulnerable customers to stay warm and well at home: Call your energy supplier if you are struggling to pay your bills or you are worried about running into debt. Your supplier may be able to help by offering… Read more »

Cyngor i gwsmeriaid bregus yng Nghymru wrth i’r tywydd oer frathu

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Wrth i’r tymheredd ostwng ar draws Cymru’r wythnos yma, mae Gweithredu Ynni Cenedlaethol Cymru (NEA), yr elusen tlodi tanwydd, yn amlinellu’r cymorth sydd ar gael i gwsmeriaid bregus i gadw’n gynnes ac yn iach yn eu cartrefi: Ffoniwch eich cyflenwr ynni os ydych yn cael trafferth i dalu eich biliau neu os ydych yn poeni… Read more »

NEA Cymru Supports Financial Capability Week

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Fuel poverty charity National Energy Action Cymru is supporting Financial Capability Week this week by ‘Talking Money’ to a whole host of organisations, particularly concerning fuel debt awareness. With nearly 300,000 households throughout Wales unable to afford to heat their homes this winter, the charity is continuing its vital work in training and upskilling local… Read more »

Mae Gweithredu Ynni Cenedlaethol yn Cefnogi Wythnos Gallu Ariannol

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Mae’r elusen tlodi tanwydd Gweithredu Ynni Cenedlaethol Cymru yn cefnogi Wythnos Gallu Ariannol yr wythnos yma trwy ‘Siarad Arian’ gyda  nifer helaeth o gyrff, gan ganolbwyntio’n neilltuol ar ymwybyddiaeth dyled tanwydd. Gyda bron i 300,000 o deuluoedd ledled Cymru yn methu â fforddio cynhesu eu cartrefi’r gaeaf hwn, mae’r elusen yn parhau gyda’i waith holl… Read more »

Charities and industry warn loss of funding for repairs and replacements of gas heating appliances will kill this winter

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For press enquiries please contact peter.smith@nea.org.uk or call 07595 780893. Two charities are today warning that a loss of funding for repairs and replacements of gas heating appliances will badly damage thousands of people’s health, well-being and could even kill this winter. They claim there is now virtually no support provided nationally from current schemes,… Read more »

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 »

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 »

‘I, Daniel Blake’ lead actor Dave Johns backs national campaign

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Warm Homes Campaign: 29 November 2016 – 17 February 2017 Embargo:  00:01, 29/11/2016 National Energy Action’s (NEA) vision is that ‘no one is living in fuel poverty’ but today the charity warns, that at the current level of delivery and funding this won’t happen in the average lifetime of a baby born today. Without urgent… Read more »

 
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