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Do the @NZGreens care about the fuel poverty consequences of carbon taxes?

Who is harmed the most from higher energy costs? The poor, who spend almost 25% of their disposable income on energy? http://t.co/YOn28COXy8
Mark J. Perry (@Mark_J_Perry) June 22, 2015

Politics - USA

Letter to Sarah Newton MP: Impact of Welfare Reform and Work Bill in #Cornwall

Dear Sarah Newton                                                          15 August 2015 783 more words

Inequality

Call for papers Transport Policy Special Issue on "Household transport costs, economic stress and vulnerability, at the interface between mobility, domestic energy and residential location"

Further to the success of the (t)ERES workshop, we are co-editing a Special Issue of Transport Policy titled “Household transport costs, economic stress and vulnerability, at the interface between mobility, domestic energy and residential location”. 908 more words

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Goodbye Green Deal: the government’s decision to axe its energy efficiency scheme leaves a gap that will be hard to fill

By James Carson

The Green Deal is dead. Last month, the energy and climate change secretary, Amber Rudd, announced that no further applications for finance from the project would be accepted. 587 more words

Environment

Call for papers DEMAND Centre Conference 2016 - Workshop on 'Energy and Money'

The DEMAND Centre invites abstract submissions for its international conference to take place on April 13- 15 2016 in Lancaster, UK. The core of the conference programme will consist of 13 workshops organised into parallel streams. 423 more words

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A price cap on energy bills?

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

Fuel Poverty

New open access paper on fuel poverty and energy vulnerability

Researchers and policy-makers working on issues of domestic energy deprivation may be interested in a new open access paper stemming from the EVALUATE project. The paper, titled ‘ 70 more words

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