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Vulnerable ‘pay as you go’ energy customers put at ‘needless’ risk during pandemic
Post on 28th Jun 2021
A new report released today [Tuesday 29th June] highlights that more than 2 million ‘pay as you go’ customers with older ‘legacy’ energy meters were put at needless risk during the pandemic.
The Green Home Grant’s demise must prompt urgent action to help the poorest households
Post on 29th Mar 2021
NEA’s Director of Policy and Research, Peter Smith, reflects on the latest Government announcements
Nation / Region: England
Fuel poverty charity comments on £96 increase to the energy price cap
Post on 05th Feb 2021
The energy regulator Ofgem has today announced an £96 increase to the energy price cap. The increase is likely to result in suppliers putting their prices up in the coming weeks before the new cap level takes effect in April.
Fuel poverty champion recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Post on 10th Oct 2020
Fuel poverty campaigner Maria Wardrobe is celebrating today after it was announced she will receive an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s List 2020.