APPG Fuel Poverty & Energy Efficiency Group Meeting
Date(s) - 14/11/2017
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Committee Room 17, House of Commons
Showcasing Best Practice series: Local benefits gained from domestic energy efficiency
Tuesday 14th November 2017, 3-5pm, Committee Room 17, House of Commons
The current scale of Fuel Poverty in England alone costs health services approximately £3.6 million per day, and in the past four years alone over £5 billion of tax payers’ money has been spent treating the morbidity associated with cold homes. Following on the work of the groups ‘Prospectus for Universal Affordable Warmth’, FPEEG would like to help promote and support action that brings an end to fuel poverty. The first of these events will examine the local benefits gained from domestic energy efficiency schemes. With noted multiple economic benefits from locally based job creation and skills development, to supporting small community based industry from well-administered energy efficiency policies, evidence suggests benefits are more widely felt than simply ensuring a warm home for the fuel poor.
- Paul Blacklock, Calor
- Kelly Greer, Association for the Conservation of Energy
- Silvia Kerste, Hubbub
- George Phillips, Colchester Borough Homes
- Jackie Richards, Whole House Energy
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