Supporting and Enhanced Membership

National Energy Action is a membership organisation whose members include local authorities, housing associations, health agencies, charities, community groups and contracted installers through energy provider schemes.

National Energy Action relies on its members, both as a source of income and for support in achieving the charity’s aims and objectives.

By becoming a member of National Energy Action, you will be entitled to the following benefits:

Supporting Membership

Free subscription National Energy Action Focus magazine, published quarterly to keep members informed of National Energy Action’s work and showcase members’ initiatives in combating fuel poverty.

Monthly e-newsletter which keeps members informed of policy and legislative changes and allows members to contribute to the fuel poverty debate.

Invitations to National Energy Action national and regional events including regional Fuel Poverty Forums and other seminars as they are organised.

Enhanced Membership

All Supporting Membership benefits


Discount on training courses, publications and conference fees (simply state you are a member when making the request for any of these services and quote your membership number).

Access to National Energy Action’s Research Team who can provide assistance in compiling excess winter death and estimated fuel poverty figures for local authority districts and wards.

An invitation to the annual members’ reception held in the House of Commons, giving members the opportunity to meet their MPs and discuss issues pertinent to fuel poverty within the local area.

Membership rates

Organisation Type

Supporting Membership

Enhanced Membership

Local Authority
Citizens Advice
Registered housing providers operating on a not-for-profit model


England, Wales, Scotland

Northern Ireland

Other organisations including small business with a turnover of less than £500K

Not available

England, Wales, Scotland

Northern Ireland

What do National Energy Action’s members say about membership?

“As a local authority, we benefit from the information and guidance that National Energy Action produces with regard to home energy efficiency and fuel poverty – in particular, through regular briefings and newsletters, and National Energy Action Focus members’ newsletter. We also benefit from the sharing of information on good practice by attending National Energy Action’s Fuel Poverty Forums and other events. All in all, it’s definitely money well spent!”


“To become a National Energy Actionmember was the natural step for our business growth and allowed us to have access and be part of their excellent training, research and policy papers. The networking opportunities and events are always superbly organised and have given us new openings in this arena.”


For more information contact Brian Hart, External Affairs Officer or call 0191 269 2906.