NEA undertakes to collect and disseminate statistical data on the extent of fuel poverty. Drawing on official Government sources and academic studies, NEA has compiled a selection of facts about the following key issues:
. Debt and disconnection
. Excess winter mortality
. Fuel poverty and energy efficiency
. Progress charts
More detailed, tailored statistical analyses can be carried out on a consultancy basis. Please contact email@example.com for further details.
Today’s announcement by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) that it will be providing £900,000 in 2013/14 to fund the creation of the ‘Big Energy Saving Network’ as part of the Government’s response to the discussion document ‘ensuring a better deal for energy consumers’ is welcomed by the UK fuel poverty charity, NEA.
NEA, the national fuel poverty charity is urging the Government to implement a coherent, efficient and adequately resourced strategy to tackle the problems faced by those unable to heat their homes affordably, despite an apparent drop in the number of fuel poor households.
NEA and MHNE have been working in partnership on the Warm Minds project, increasing the awareness of practitioners and service users of the effects that a cold home can have on mental health. Continue reading...
As temperatures plummet, fuel poverty charity NEA is urging the Government to step back from ending insulation and heating grants for vulnerable people struggling to afford their energy bills.
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The UK’s leading fuel poverty charity is delighted that Jenny Saunders has received an OBE for services to the fuel poor and vows to carry on with its work until fuel poverty is eradicated in all UK households.