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National Energy Action responds to cross-party MP report on energy bill support
Post on 16th Jun 2023
The Commons Public Accounts Committee published its report looking at the government’s energy bills support measures in response to the energy crisis, including the Energy Bills Support Scheme (EBSS).
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.
NEA NI response to the Department for the Economy’s Energy “One Stop Shop” Implementation Plan
Post on 31st Jan 2023
NEA NI welcome the opportunity to respond to the consultation on policy options for the Energy “One Stop Shop” Implementation Plan.
Ninety-five organisations call for the introduction of a social tariff
Post on 17th Jan 2023
New Fuel Poverty Monitor report which investigates the impact of the energy crisis on fuel poor households recommends the introduction of a new social tariff – a targeted discount energy deal for those at risk of fuel poverty.
New details announced on cost of living payments
Post on 03rd Jan 2023
The Government’s targeted support won’t be enough however to stop millions of vulnerable people sinking further into debt or being at risk of physical and mental harm, as they ration their energy to dangerous levels.
Fuel poverty charity joins calls for investigation into why so many energy prepay customers have not received support
Post on 20th Dec 2022
We are joining Which?, Citizens Advice, Age UK and Money Saving Expert in calling on energy firms and the government to urgently investigate why so many customers on traditional prepayment meters have not yet accessed the government support.
Charity warns UK Government could miss its legal fuel poverty commitments by over 150 years
Post on 05th Dec 2022
National Energy Action is warning that, based on current delivery rates of home energy efficiency measures, the UK Government could miss its legal target to improve all fuel poor homes in England to a reasonable standard by over 150 years.
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