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Standing charge rises are hurting low-income households
Post on 08th Sep 2023
The standing charge is a fixed daily fee applied to energy bills. It covers the cost of maintaining the infrastructure and providing services, regardless of whether you use these services are not.
Over a million vulnerable households missed out on vital energy crisis support last winter
Post on 06th Sep 2023
Today, the chief executive of fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA) told MPs that over a million vulnerable households missed out on vital energy crisis support last winter.
Nearly half of Gypsy and Traveller communities may not have received any Government energy crisis support
Post on 10th Aug 2023
New research finds many in the Gypsy, Traveller, Roma, and Nomadic (GTRNCs) communities have been left without government support during the energy crisis.
UK Government energy support ends for over 20 million households tomorrow – leaving 6.6 million in fuel poverty
Post on 30th Jun 2023
Tomorrow (1 July) UK Government energy bills support ends for over two thirds of households across the UK. Ofgem’s price cap is reducing, meaning the typical annual bill will be £2,100 but 6.6 million UK households will be in fuel poverty.
Committee on Fuel Poverty’s annual report – National Energy Action’s response
Post on 26th Jun 2023
Commenting on the publication of the Committee on Fuel Poverty’s annual report Adam Scorer, Chief Executive of National Energy Action, says: ‘The UK has some of the least efficient homes in Europe.’
Major fuel poverty project cuts households’ energy costs by over £900 a year
Post on 21st Jun 2023
New research from Newcastle University on one of Great Britain’s largest fuel poverty projects finds that on average households saw their annual energy running costs drop from £2,011 to £1,089.
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