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National Energy Action responds to Labour’s new warm homes plan: ‘People in the worst fuel poverty need urgent and sustained action on energy efficiency.’
Post on 08th Feb 2024
Today Labour announces a new warm homes plan.
Content Type: News Release
UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2022-23
Post on 31st Jan 2024
The UK Fuel Poverty Monitor report from National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland (EAS) sets out the urgent priorities for tackling fuel poverty in England and across the UK.
New report reveals 3 million households will still be trapped in fuel poverty by 2030
Post on 29th Jan 2024
A new report launched this week by National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland (EAS) warns the UK government will miss a legal requirement on fuel poverty in England by a staggering margin.
NEA NI response to the Utility Regulator’s Best Practice Framework Proposals: Code of Practice for Consumers in Vulnerable Circumstance
Post on 11th Oct 2023
NEA NI response to the Utility Regulator’s Best Practice Framework Proposals: Code of Practice for Consumers in Vulnerable Circumstance.
NEA NI response to the Utility Regulator’s Call for Evidence – Electricity Connection Policy Framework Review
Post on 11th Oct 2023
NEA NI response to the Utility Regulator’s Call for Evidence on the Electricity Connection Policy Framework Review.
Coalition of over 140 organisations and MPs call for consultation on a social tariff for energy
Post on 28th Sep 2023
As Ofgem’s price cap changes take effect this Sunday (1 October), a coalition of over 140 charities, organisations and MPs is calling on the government to take action to support vulnerable households with their energy bills.
Tackling Fuel Poverty in NI – Local Government Election Manifesto 2023
Post on 14th Apr 2023
In the absence of a functioning Northern Ireland Executive, our local councils have a considerable role to play in supporting fuel poor homes. Ahead of the upcoming local council elections, NEA are calling on candidates and parties to commit to tackling Fuel Poverty in their communities by supporting 3 key pledges, which are detailed in our Local Election Manifesto 2023.
New report reveals energy standing charges set to increase to new high, up by 64%, leaving low-income households worst hit
Post on 30th Mar 2023
Despite the UK Government’s commitment to freeze the level of the Energy Price Guarantee (EPG) from 1 April, Standing Charges for prepayment customers will hit £350 for a dual fuel household.
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