Everyone should be able to afford to keep their home warm and safe. Our strategy outlines how we will achieve this aim.
Every person across the UK should be able to enjoy a home that is warm and safe. The harsh reality is that it is denied to millions because of poor housing, low incomes and high bills.
Our Strategy sets out three priorities for the next five years for National Energy Action (NEA). Five years that must be the start of a decade of dramatic action and delivery if we are to ensure everyone is able to afford their energy bills and keep their homes warm.
1. Tackle the Worst First
National Energy Action (NEA) will demand priority for households on the lowest incomes and in the least efficient homes. We will make tackling the ‘worst first’ a litmus test for a just transition and a path to achieve fuel poverty targets across the UK.
2. Support Guaranteed
The support that exists for people struggling with their day-to-day energy costs is welcome, but often neither good enough, nor available when needed. Households can be failed by the lotteries of postcode, platform, tenure, or circumstance. Those lotteries, and the gaps in provision that people fall through, need to be closed.
3. A Decade of Delivery
We will campaign for coordinated action that understands the value of warm homes and drives implementation and enforcement across national and local governments, public bodies, regulators and others.
With our NEA Strategy, everything that we do, we do in partnership with others. Please do get in touch to find out how we can work with you to bring an end to fuel poverty.
NEA Strategy 2021-2026