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Fuel poverty needs to be debated – says EUA.

Posted by: jsharpe on March 22, 2017 on  The Installer

The Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) has responded to a comment by Dimplex, saying there was… 400 more words

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MP Helen Jones calls for action with more than 3,500 homes in Warrington North in fuel poverty.

An article by Adam Everett published in the Warrington Guardian;

MORE than 3,500 households in the Warrington North are in fuel poverty, with the cold leading to higher than a dozen deaths in the constituency last year. 124 more words

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Wirral Council to set up energy supply offer for homes and businesses.

In an article By David Pratt 22 Mar 2017, 12:06 ;

Councillor Phil Davies, leader of Wirral Council, said: “Fuel poverty is a growing issue throughout the UK, with people finding it more and more difficult to properly heat their homes and afford the rising costs of gas and electricity. 63 more words

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Gov Fuel Poverty debate: 21 March 2017

The Minister for Climate Change and Industry (Mr Nick Hurd)

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I beg to move,

That this House has considered fuel poverty.

I am delighted to open the first annual debate on the important issue of fuel poverty. 843 more words

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Time to test Government's energy efficiency commitment.

An article by Philip Sellwood published on the Energy Saving Trust’s website on 23/03/2017.

•  Emissions Reduction Plan is a pivotal moment
•  Three steps to check ambition… 323 more words

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Maree Todd MSP: Making the Case on Measures to Tackle Fuel Poverty in Orkney

The Scottish Government has recently announced a pilot project to help tackle fuel poverty in rural areas of Scotland. This will be particularly welcome in Orkney, which currently tops the national fuel poverty league table – not a position to celebrate. 564 more words

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Local Fuel Poverty Charity Warns of Hike in Electricity Costs

A local fuel poverty charity (THAW) is warning that a 14.9% SSE electricity price hike could be compounded by proposed submarine cable costs.

An Orkney fuel poverty charity has said that crippling electricity price hikes could be added to in future, as any additional cost of replacing submarine electricity cables will also hit consumers in the north of Scotland. 598 more words

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