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Energy Action Scotland (EAS) campaigns for an end to fuel poverty in Scotland and is the only national body with this sole remit. Set up as a charity in 1983, EAS seeks to develop and promote effective solutions to the problem of cold, damp and expensive to heat homes.

For more on what we do, please see About EAS.
 
For information on fuel poverty issues, policies and programmes, see Key Issues.
 
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The UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2013-2014

The UK Fuel Poverty Monitor, published by Energy Action Scotland and National Energy Action and supported by Consumer Futures, evaluates the different approaches in addressing fuel poverty across the UK.  It reveals that current policies and practices to tackle fuel poverty are inadequate to mitigate the effect of rising energy costs and the impacts of the economic situation and changes to welfare benefits.

For the Executive Summary

For the Full Report

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Vacancies at Energy Action Scotland (EAS) 

EAS currently has two vacancies.
 
Research, Information and Project Officer
For the job description click here
For the application form click here
For the application process details click here
 
 
Training and Project Officer
For the job description click here
For the application form click here
For the application process details click here
 

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Energy Bill Revolution.

The Energy Bill Revolution (EBR) is a movement of people and organisations committed to ensuring warm homes and lower bills for all. Please click on the logo below to find out more