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Winter is Coming... and So Is The Heating Bill

Everyone feels the pinch now, if you’re in the northern hemisphere at least.

Winter is coming…

… but so is the heating bill, and my fuel poverty! 627 more words

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GWPF: UK Electricity Reform Stalls

  • Dr John Constable: GWPF Energy Editor

The UK’s new secretary of state for Business, Greg Clark, has just given his first public speech on energy. It suggests, unfortunately, that he is not yet sufficiently confident of his brief to resist the views of his civil servants. 1,659 more words

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Tackling fuel poverty in Scotland not that easy

Addressing fuel poverty has never been simple and straightforward. Keith Baker, Research Associate in Sustainable Urban Environments, Glasgow Caledonian University, writes an excellent article on The Conversation website about the current situation in Scotland and the difficulties in overcoming fuel poverty. 971 more words

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Summary of research findings published

A short ‘Research Insight’ note for the (t)ERES project has been published on the DEMAND Research Centre website – it can be viewed here. 44 more words

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Do you make referrals into a local fuel poverty scheme?

If you do, we want to hear from you!!

The Health of the Nation: analysis of cost effectiveness and success factors in health-related fuel poverty schemes… 229 more words

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Barnsley MP challenges Government over ‘national scandal’ of winter deaths

Barnsley MP Dan Jarvis is ramping up his campaign to tackle the “national scandal” of excess winter deaths, in response to the Government’s “shameful” failure to draw up an effective strategy. 529 more words

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Bishop of St Albans asks Government about rural fuel poverty

On 25th October 2016 Baroness Donaghy asked Her Majesty’s Government “what is their estimate of the number of households currently in fuel poverty; and what action they intend to take to reduce that number.” The Bishop of St Albans, Rt Revd Alan Smith, asked a follow up question… 120 more words

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