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Nearly half of Gypsy and Traveller communities may not have received any Government energy crisis support
Nearly half of Gypsy and Traveller communities may not have received any Government energy crisis support
Post on 10th Aug 2023
New research finds many in the Gypsy, Traveller, Roma, and Nomadic (GTRNCs) communities have been left without government support during the energy crisis.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs, Policy
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Government must provide more support for fuel-poor this winter
Government must provide more support for fuel-poor this winter
Post on 21st Jul 2023
Energy suppliers and consumer groups are calling on the Government to look now at bill support for customers this winter – including options such as a social tariff for next year and beyond.
Nation / Region: Wales , England , UK
Content Type:News Release
Fuel Poverty
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UK Government energy support ends for over 20 million households tomorrow – leaving 6.6 million in fuel poverty
UK Government energy support ends for over 20 million households tomorrow – leaving 6.6 million in fuel poverty
Post on 30th Jun 2023
Tomorrow (1 July) UK Government energy bills support ends for over two thirds of households across the UK. Ofgem’s price cap is reducing, meaning the typical annual bill will be £2,100 but 6.6 million UK households will be in fuel poverty.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs, Policy
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Committee on Fuel Poverty’s annual report – National Energy Action’s response
Committee on Fuel Poverty’s annual report – National Energy Action’s response
Post on 26th Jun 2023
Commenting on the publication of the Committee on Fuel Poverty’s annual report Adam Scorer, Chief Executive of National Energy Action, says: ‘The UK has some of the least efficient homes in Europe.’
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Energy Efficiency, Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs
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ONE WEEK COUNTDOWN: Thousands of households are in danger of missing out on vital energy vouchers
ONE WEEK COUNTDOWN: Thousands of households are in danger of missing out on vital energy vouchers
Post on 26th Jun 2023
30 June is the deadline for those who have not yet had their Energy Bills Support Scheme vouchers to get them reissued to them.
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:News
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs, Policy
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Major fuel poverty project cuts households’ energy costs by over £900 a year 
Major fuel poverty project cuts households’ energy costs by over £900 a year 
Post on 21st Jun 2023
New research from Newcastle University on one of Great Britain’s largest fuel poverty projects finds that on average households saw their annual energy running costs drop from £2,011 to £1,089.
Nation / Region: England
Content Type:News
Energy Efficiency, Energy Costs
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National Energy Action responds to cross-party MP report on energy bill support
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).
Nation / Region: UK
Content Type:
Fuel Poverty, Energy Costs, Policy, Energy crisis
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6.6 million UK households still in fuel poverty – despite today’s price cap change
6.6 million UK households still in fuel poverty – despite today’s price cap change
Post on 25th May 2023
Today, energy regulator Ofgem has announced that the typical annual household bill will be £2,074 from July to September
Nation / Region: Wales , England , UK
Content Type:Media Press Releases
News Release
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New UK Government data reveals Birmingham and Stoke-on-Trent are worst affected by fuel poverty
New UK Government data reveals Birmingham and Stoke-on-Trent are worst affected by fuel poverty
Post on 27th Apr 2023
Today, the UK Government releases new data showing fuel poverty regionally in England.  
Nation / Region: England
Content Type:News
News, News Release
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