On 17 July 2015, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that millions of energy customers have been ‘paying too much for their energy bills’. 402 more words
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22% of households in Headingley in fuel poverty. Cllr Janette Walker speaks out in Council, including on the Green agenda.
Did you know that Headingley is one of the areas of Leeds with the highest levels of fuel poverty?
– 22% of households in fuel poverty – and that’s an outdated, and probably conservative estimate. 631 more words
by Department of Energy & Climate Change (2015)
This publication provides a comprehensive view of the latest statistical trends and analysis of fuel poverty in England, including the number of households living in fuel poverty, analysis of the composition of the fuel poor group in 2013, projections of the number of households in fuel poverty in 2014 and 2015 and estimates of sub-regional fuel poverty. 6 more words
ClickGreen provides a detailed article on a recent study that examined the full range of benefits associated with energy efficiency among low-income homeowners, tenants and landlords. 598 more words