All Party Parliamentary
Fuel Poverty & Energy Efficiency Group
All Party Parliamentary Fuel Poverty & Energy Efficiency Group
FPEEG, the Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency Group, is a coalition of cross party MPs and industry stakeholders committed to maintain awareness in Parliament of fuel poverty issues; to monitor and comment on progress against Government’s targets to eradicate fuel poverty; to advocate policies that deliver affordable warmth for vulnerable households with emphasis on improved domestic energy efficiency including effective thermal insulation alongside efficient and effective heating systems.
Martin Lewis announces £100k donation to National Energy Action
Post on 12th Jan 2022
Martin Lewis from Money Saving Expert has announced he will donate £100,000 to help NEA increase its support to the most vulnerable as the Energy Crisis intensifies.
Energy crisis will double average heating bill from April
Post on 03rd Dec 2021
Fuel poverty charity National Energy Action has today warned average domestic energy bills have already soared by over £230 per customer compared to last winter.
New report highlights UK won’t reach net zero without support for poorer households
Post on 30th Nov 2021
Charities warn recent broken manifesto promise means the poorest households, living in least efficient homes are set to miss out on up to £750 a year cut to their energy bills
Energy suppliers to strengthen support for struggling energy customers
Post on 19th Oct 2020
NEA has today welcomed Ofgem’s decision to ensure all energy suppliers across Great Britain provide more support for customers struggling in debt, identify pre-payment customers who run out of credit and offer appropriate forms of advice and support.
Nation / Region: England