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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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The Gathering Storm: Utility debt and COVID-19
The Gathering Storm: Utility debt and COVID-19
Post on 19th Jun 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak has already had a significant impact on household finances, especially those that already struggle with the costs of essential services. But there is a bigger gathering storm. Existing debt issues within the water and energy sectors are being badly exacerbated by the current crisis, and whilst welcome, current provision is not adequate to deal with the scale of these challenges.
Nation / Region: England , Northern Ireland , Wales
Content Type:Publications
COVID-19, Energy Costs, Energy Markets, Fuel Debt, Policy & Research
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NEA response to Heat Networks: Building a Market Framework
NEA response to Heat Networks: Building a Market Framework
Post on 01st Jun 2020
District heating can contribute to fuel poverty reduction targets through its ability to provide stable and predictable prices for energy over an extended period of time; reduced worry for households about breakdowns or repairs; the creation of local employment opportunities and contribution to economic growth.
Nation / Region: England , Wales
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, District Heating, Energy Costs, Energy Markets, Energy Tariffs
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NEA NI Response to the Utility Regulator price control for Firmus energy (Supply) Ltd 2020-2022
NEA NI Response to the Utility Regulator price control for Firmus energy (Supply) Ltd 2020-2022
Post on 17th Jul 2019
NEA has supported the Regulator’s work to protect more low income and vulnerable customers from unexpected price rises. The efficiency and cost effectiveness of gas distribution networks play a key role in tackling fuel poverty levels and we need to redouble our efforts to move as many households as possible who are reliant on home heating oil to cleaner, greener natural gas. This also provides low income households with a more flexible and affordable monthly or pay as you go option.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Consumer Protection, Energy Costs, Energy Markets
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Achieving Warmth in Whiterock and Westrock: Report findings on the door to door local based approach
Achieving Warmth in Whiterock and Westrock: Report findings on the door to door local based approach
Post on 17th Jun 2014
NEA engaged the University of Ulster to undertake research into the mental health and wellbeing impacts of fuel poverty and how energy efficiency measures can be used to combat them. A significant outcome from the research was it demonstrated to key stakeholders, including the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Public Health Agency that energy efficiency measures delivered alongside a managed network of support can assist fuel poor households and deliver improvements in health and wellbeing.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Community Networks, Energy Costs, Fuel Debt, Fuel Poverty, Fuel Poverty and Health, Health, Off-grid, Oil
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