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Energy Action Scotland is grant-aided
by the Scottish Government
Energy Action Scotland (EAS) is the national charity working to end fuel poverty and to achieve warm, dry homes for all
For a synopsis of fuel poverty in Scotland:
Energy Action Scotland publishes UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2013
The UK Fuel Poverty Monitor has been published by the charities Energy Action Scotland and NEA, which operates in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, in partnership with Consumer Focus.
The UK Fuel Poverty Monitor evaluates the different approaches in addressing fuel poverty across the UK. It compares and scrutinises relevant policy areas where the Governments and Assemblies have adopted different approaches in tackling fuel poverty, with a view to identifying good practice and replicating this across the other nations.
Discussion event at the Scottish Parliament
(L-R) Ron Campbell, Chief Policy and Research Analyst, NEA; Norman Kerr, Director, EAS; Margaret Burgess MSP, Minister for Housing and Welfare; Nigel Don MSP, Hon Vice President, EAS; Elaine Murray MSP, Shadow Minister for Housing and Transport; and William Baker, Head of Fuel Poverty Policy, Consumer Focus © EAS
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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