Fuel Poverty and the Cost of Living: Understanding the experience of Londoners this winter.

13 February 2024, City Hall, London (registration 9.30am, starts 10.00am, ends 2.00pm)

The Greater London Authority, in partnership with National Energy Action, invites those working in the London boroughs (outside of local authorities) to an event to understand the experience of Londoners living in fuel poverty this winter. Fuel Poverty is a major social and environmental health challenge in London. One in ten households in the capital are struggling to afford to pay their energy bills and heat their homes during the winter months. To help tackle this, the Mayor of London has set up the Fuel Poverty Partnership, working together with experts across the health, social justice and environment sectors to guide London’s work on fuel poverty. This event will bring together a cross-section of organisations supporting Londoners in fuel poverty; helping to inform future policy and ensure every Londoner can access the advice and support they need.  

With keynote speeches from Adam Scorer, Chief Executive National Energy Action and Matthew Cole, Chief Executive of Fuel Bank Foundation.  Roundtable discussions will include: The scale and experience of fuel poverty across London: approaches to meet diverse community needs.Managing debt and maximising incomeA fair and affordable transition to decarbonisation. Lunch and refreshments provided.  To register complete the registration form below.

This event is now fully booked.