Publications and Resources
March 2016 | Consultation response | NEA | Ofgem
Funded by DECC, National Energy Action and Future Climate looked in detail at the facts about fuel poverty and energy efficiency standards in Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) . The research sought to examine the problem of fuel poverty in HMOs; the extent to which poor energy efficiency standards is problematic relative to other housing types and what their distinctive energy-related features and problems are; how well national policies and local action from councils work to promote energy improvements; and to make a series of policy recommendations on how the energy efficiency of HMOs can be improved. The results have helped us to establish perhaps the most comprehensive overview to date on fuel poverty and energy efficiency standards in HMOs – often occupied by some of Britain most vulnerable people.
March 2016 | Houses in Multiple Occupation
February 2016 | Consultation response | NEA | Ofgem
February 2016 | Consultation response | NEA Northern Ireland | Department for Social Development
Making a House a Home: Providing affordable warmth solutions for children and families living in fuel poverty
NEA and The Children’s Society were commissioned by National Grid Affordable Warmth Solutions to undertake an evaluation study into the lived reality of fuel poverty, its effects and the unintended consequences that arise from the coping tactics deployed by families living in a cold home. Crucially, the research explored what happens when there is an intervention made to help families achieve affordable warmth. Children and young people, and their families are placed centre stage in this largely qualitative study to tell the story of families living in fuel poverty and the dramatic difference the provision of efficient and adequate heating systems can bring about.
November 2015 | Prepared for National Grid Affordable Warmth Solutions by The Children’s Society and NEA
January 2016 | Consultation response | NEA Northern Ireland | Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
January 2016 | Consultation response | NEA | National Infrastructure Commission
January 2016 | Consultation response | NEA Cymru | Welsh Government
Fel rhan o’r Grŵp Llywio Cynhesrwydd Fforddiadwy, NEA Cymru wedi cynhyrchu canllaw ymarferol defnyddiol i helpu gweithwyr cynghori rheng flaen yn ateb ymholiadau ar filiau ynni, gwres, inswleiddio cartref ac effeithlonrwydd ynni yng Nghaerdydd. Mae’r Canllaw yn rhoi cyngor ar gynghori ar dalu am ynni, gwneud y mwyaf o incwm rhaglenni ac effeithlonrwydd ynni yn ogystal â darparu rhestr gyswllt gynhwysfawr o gysylltiadau cyfeirio defnyddiol yng Nghaerdydd a Chymru.