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Warm Homes Fund Evaluation
Warm Homes Fund Evaluation
Post on 11th Aug 2022
The Warm Homes Fund was set up by National Grid and Affordable Warmth Solutions and is one of the largest fuel poverty programmes representing private sector investment of £150m.
Nation / Region: England , Wales
Content Type: Research and Policy
Cold Homes, Energy Costs, Energy Efficiency, Fuel Poverty, Research
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Empowered by Energy
Empowered by Energy
Post on 09th Aug 2022
Empowered by Energy is a unique energy awareness project empowering newly recognised refugees to the UK, often struggling to survive on extremely low incomes, to overcome the language barrier, understand new energy systems and save money.
Nation / Region: England
Content Type: Projects
Advice Delivery, Refugees
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‘National Energy Action (NEA) comments on quarterly price cap rise by Ofgem
‘National Energy Action (NEA) comments on quarterly price cap rise by Ofgem
Post on 03rd Aug 2022
One of the decisions is for Ofgem to calculate the price cap quarterly instead of every six months.
Nation / Region: England , Scotland , Wales
Content Type: News
Ofgem, Price Cap
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Charity comments on BEIS Committee report on energy pricing and the future of the energy market
Charity comments on BEIS Committee report on energy pricing and the future of the energy market
Post on 25th Jul 2022
Energy prices continue to spiral, and vulnerable households in the energy market are being hardest hit. It is vital that the plans from the UK Government and Ofgem are scrutinised by Parliament, and they act on this credible set of recommendations to hel
Nation / Region: England , UK , Wales
Content Type: Media Press Releases
Cold Homes, Consumer Protection, Energy, Energy Bills, Energy Costs, Energy crisis, Energy Efficiency, Energy Markets, News, News Release
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8.2 million UK households could be in fuel poverty from October
8.2 million UK households could be in fuel poverty from October
Post on 22nd Jul 2022
Energy experts Cornwall Insight predicted that when the price cap rises in October, the average energy bill could reach £3,250 per year, with bills expected to increase by over 60%.
Nation / Region: England , Northern Ireland , Scotland , UK , Wales
Content Type: News
Energy crisis, Fuel Debt, Fuel Poverty
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NEA response to Ofgem consultation on strengthening retail financial resilience and statutory consultation on strengthening Direct Debit rules
NEA response to Ofgem consultation on strengthening retail financial resilience and statutory consultation on strengthening Direct Debit rules
Post on 20th Jul 2022
NEA argues that the proposed rules on financial resilience should only be implemented if they do not lead to an increase in the level of the price cap.
Nation / Region: England
Content Type: Publications
Consultation, Ofgem, Payment, Price Cap
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Solving the cost of living crisis: the case for a new social tariff in the energy market
Solving the cost of living crisis: the case for a new social tariff in the energy market
Post on 05th Jul 2022
On 4 July 2022, National Energy Action published a new report arguing for the introduction of a social energy tariff for low-income households.
Nation / Region: England , Scotland , UK , Wales
Content Type: Media Press Releases
Fuel Poverty, Fuel Poverty Strategy, News, News Release, Ofgem, Policy, Policy & Research, Reports, Research, Social justice, UK Government
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Your Home Energy Checklist (England)
Your Home Energy Checklist (England)
Post on 01st Jul 2022
Follow these steps to help you manage your energy bills and keep your home warm and safe this winter. [updated June 2022]
Nation / Region: England
Content Type: Advice
Checklist, English
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Donate your energy rebate
Donate your energy rebate
Post on 26th May 2022
If you don’t need your £400 energy rebate and can stay warm without out please consider donating some of it to National Energy Action
Nation / Region: England , UK , Wales
Content Type: Campaigns
Fuel Poverty
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