NEA is currently working in partnership with SSE on a new ‘Take Control’ project which which aims to reduce the wider impacts of fuel poverty and fuel debt for households across England through advice provision and fuel debt training.
The ‘Full of Energy’ education programme is a collaboration with 4 Corners Music Network, a Newcastle-based arts and music group. Together we are finding creative ways to commemorate NEA’s 35th anniversary through three strands of community arts work. The activities are focused in Newcastle but will provide a legacy for the future and resources that… Read more »
NEA is currently building upon a successful partnership with EDF Energy to deliver a third year of the ‘Improving Energy Efficiency In Communities Project’ which aims to reduce the wider impacts of fuel poverty for households across England. As part of this successful project NEA is providing FREE basic energy awareness training to frontline practitioners… Read more »
COMPLETED The Community Action Partnership was a £1.2 million programme delivered by NEA and British Gas, in partnership with councils across the UK, which ran from April 2014 to March 2016. Activities were focused in eight key geographical areas across England and Wales, and tailored according to the needs of that community. The eight key… Read more »
COMPLETED In 2016/17, NEA rolled out the Warm Minds project in seven areas across England and Wales to help those living with mental health issues, dementia, learning disability and learning difficulties, to better manage their energy needs and to achieve warmer, more energy efficient homes.
COMPLETED Supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change, NEA worked with eight communities to deliver a concentrated range of activities to raise awareness of the issue, galvanise activity at a local level and enhance capacity.
Smart Up is a cross-European project, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 grant fund. Through this three-year project NEA will work with partners in Malta, Italy, Spain and France to increase knowledge of and engagement with smart meters amongst 5000 vulnerable consumers. Based on the premise that the more vulnerable customers are supported to understand… Read more »
The Home Energy Advice Team (HEAT) project is run from our Coventry office and provides advice, advocacy and support around all aspects of money advice to vulnerable fuel poor households including the elderly, families with young children, disabled households and black and ethnic minority groups in and around Coventry.
COMPLETED The Affordable Warmth Campaign is now complete. It was a three year project, managed by NEA NI and funded by The Atlantic Philanthropies. The Campaign focused on older people in Northern Ireland and aimed to highlight the impact that fuel poverty has on this group