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Helping the poorest survive the energy crisis this winter

Helping the poorest survive the energy crisis this winter

Posted on 24/09/21
A blog by Peter Smith, Director of Policy and Advocacy at National Energy Action
Nation / Region: England, Northern Ireland, UK, Wales,
Content Type: News
Tags: Blog
Warm Homes Week – what a time to hold a fuel poverty conference

Warm Homes Week – what a time to hold a fuel poverty conference

Posted on 23/09/21
Blog by Adam Scorer, Chief Executive
Nation / Region: England, Northern Ireland, UK, Wales,
Content Type: News
Tags: Blog, News, News Release
Fuel poverty charity comments on ‘devastating’ increase to energy price cap

Fuel poverty charity comments on ‘devastating’ increase to energy price cap

Posted on 06/08/21
Today the GB energy regulator, Ofgem, has announced the biggest ever increase to the energy price cap.
Nation / Region: England, Wales,
Content Type: News
Tags: Media, News, News Release, Policy, Vulnerability, Vulnerability in the Energy Market
Charity comments on UK Government’s energy retail market strategy
Charity comments on UK Government’s energy retail market strategy
Post on 23rd Jul 2021
Today (23 July 2021) the UK Government launched its new Energy Retail Market Strategy.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Energy, News, News Release, UK Government
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National charity comments on launch of new Fuel Poverty Strategy for England
National charity comments on launch of new Fuel Poverty Strategy for England
Post on 11th Feb 2021
Today UK Government published its long-awaited Fuel Poverty Strategy for England.
Nation / Region: England
Content Type:News
Fuel Poverty, Policy, UK Government
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Charity welcomes warm homes investment for the poorest households
Charity welcomes warm homes investment for the poorest households
Post on 25th Nov 2020
Today’s Spending Review has confirmed the UK Government will continue to invest in upgrading the UK’s buildings to make people warmer and more comfortable, and our homes cheaper to heat.
Nation / Region: England , Northern Ireland , Wales
Content Type:News
UK Government
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