Independent evaluation of the “Chop-cloc” product in the Scottish Borders

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September 2017 | Bryony Holroyd, Michael Hamer (NEA) The project is to evaluate the effectiveness of the complimentary Chop-cloc product fitted to gas fired central heating systems, in terms of assessing the size of any energy and cost savings made – particularly whether these meet the manufacturer’s claims – and any other customer experience issues… Read more »

Independent evaluation of the “Tadpole” product

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September 2017 | Bryony Holroyd, Michael Hamer (NEA) The project is to evaluate the effectiveness of the complimentary “tadpole” product fitted to gas fired central heating systems, in terms of assessing the size of any energy and cost savings made – particularly whether these meet the manufacturer’s claims – and any other customer experience issues… Read more »

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2016-17

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National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland (EAS) are national charities working to end fuel poverty and the illness caused by cold homes across the United Kingdom. NEA and EAS are grateful for the support of the organisations that responded to our call for evidence or more generally assisted us in the production of this year’s report…. Read more »

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2016-17 (Executive Summary)

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UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2016-17, published by NEA and Energy Action Scotland, provides the latest national fuel poverty statistics and an update on the key aspects of policy which impact on 4 million fuel poor households as well as the population at large. Download June 2017 | National Energy Action, Energy Action Scotland

Sutainable Multi-Storey Communities

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September 2017 | Newcastle University and NEA Overview of the interdisciplinary multi-storey research communities project

Evaluation of the Npower Fuel Bank™

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This report presents the results of a second phase of evaluation of the npower Fuel Bank™ scheme.  While the pilot evaluation (phase one) examined the experience and impact of the scheme from the perspective of service users and service providers (food bank staff and volunteers), this report focuses solely on service users. Fieldwork took place… Read more »

 
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