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NEA NI response to Department for the Economy’s Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland — Consultation on Policy Options
NEA NI response to Department for the Economy’s Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland — Consultation on Policy Options
Post on 30th Jun 2021
For many households, the cost of energy has relatively little impact on how much energy is used in the home. However, for households living on a low income, energy usage makes up a significant portion of the household expenditure. Northern Ireland continues to have amongst the lowest levels of household income across the UK and the highest weekly household expenditure on energy of any UK region. Taken in conjunction with challenging economic conditions as well as the ongoing global pandemic, many families continue to face challenges with meeting their energy costs.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Decarbonisation, Energy, Energy Costs, Policy
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NEA NI response to the Department for the Economy’s Energy Strategy Call for Evidence
NEA NI response to the Department for the Economy’s Energy Strategy Call for Evidence
Post on 03rd Apr 2021
This strategy will impact upon every energy commodity in Northern Ireland from power station, to building, to vehicle. However, as a fuel poverty and energy efficiency campaigning charity, NEA NI will be specifically focussing on the key considerations for domestic housing stock and low-income householders.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Decarbonisation, Energy, Energy Costs, Policy
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NEA NI response to the Northern Ireland Executive Programme for Government Draft Outcomes Framework Consultation Document
NEA NI response to the Northern Ireland Executive Programme for Government Draft Outcomes Framework Consultation Document
Post on 22nd Mar 2021
Urgent action is needed to improve health outcomes and support the most vulnerable people who are at most risk of needless death and morbidity. Public Health England (PHE) recently warned there is a clear overlap between cold homes and Covid-19 and it is more important than ever that the most vulnerable members of society can afford to live in a warm, safe home.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Energy, Energy Efficiency, Excess winter death, Policy
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