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Over 1,400 vulnerable households kept on gas supply thanks to industry first programme
Over 1,400 vulnerable households kept on gas supply thanks to industry first programme
Post on 23rd Mar 2023
New research from fuel poverty charity National Energy Action shows how a partnership with the Cadent Foundation has kept 1,467 households safe.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type: News
Fuel Poverty, Gas
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Budget reaction: 7.5 million UK households still in fuel poverty
Budget reaction: 7.5 million UK households still in fuel poverty
Post on 15th Mar 2023
National Energy Action chief executive Adam Scorer says: “Sense has prevailed in today’s Budget.
Content Type: News
News, News Release
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Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is ‘poised’ to axe the increase to the Energy Price Guarantee: National Energy Action reaction
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is ‘poised’ to axe the increase to the Energy Price Guarantee: National Energy Action reaction
Post on 03rd Mar 2023
As Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is said to be ‘poised’ to axe the increase to the Energy Price Guarantee, please find our reaction below.
Nation / Region: Wales , England , UK , Northern Ireland
Content Type: News
News, News Release
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Fuel Poverty Explainer
Fuel Poverty Explainer
Post on 27th Feb 2023
In the week of 27 February Ofgem announce the new price cap and the Government release new fuel poverty statistics.
Nation / Region: Wales , England , UK
Content Type: News
News, News Release
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Help NEA to win a donation in the My Favourite Voucher Codes poll
Help NEA to win a donation in the My Favourite Voucher Codes poll
Post on 13th Feb 2023
We need your help this February, as we are taking part in the My Favourite Voucher Codes charity poll!
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National Energy Action says halting the forced installation of prepayment meters is ‘right,’ but more action is needed
National Energy Action says halting the forced installation of prepayment meters is ‘right,’ but more action is needed
Post on 10th Feb 2023
In response to the UK Government’s recent request, the Energy Security Secretary Grant Shapps has today claimed all energy suppliers have now committed to ending the forced installation of prepayment meters in vulnerable customers’ homes.
Nation / Region: Wales , England , UK
Content Type: News
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Fuel poverty charity calls for ban on forced prepayment meter installations
Fuel poverty charity calls for ban on forced prepayment meter installations
Post on 03rd Feb 2023
Following reports of suppliers using warrants to forcibly install prepayment meters in customers’ homes, fuel poverty charity National Energy Action calls for a ban on forced prepayment meter installations.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type: News
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs
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Fuel poverty charity reveals 45 people per day die from cold homes
Fuel poverty charity reveals 45 people per day die from cold homes
Post on 20th Jan 2023
Today the Office of National Statistics (ONS) release figures showing there were 13,400 more deaths in England and Wales in the winter period (December 2021 to March 2022) compared with the average of the non-winter months. 
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type: News
Energy Efficiency, Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs
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Ninety-five organisations call for the introduction of a social tariff
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.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type: News
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs, Policy
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