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Members of EAS and of the Scottish Fuel Poverty Forum met earlier this year to discuss the topic Reaching the Target to End Fuel Poverty by 2016. The event provided the 90 attendees with the opportunity to discuss what had been achieved so far and to ask what remained to be done to meet the target.
This report presents a summary of the discussions for the purpose of further consideration.
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UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2014- 2015
The UK Fuel Poverty Monitor is an annual investigation by Energy Action Scotland and National Energy Action of fuel poverty in the UK and its four nations and the policies in place to tackle it. The full report for 2014-2015 is now available to download. The summary report is also available here
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With more than 1 in 3 Scottish households struggling to afford to heat their homes, EAS and its members are keen to know the policies of the political parties on this issue.
EAS created a questionnaire for political parties fielding candidates in Scotland for the UK General Election.
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EAS Annual Review 2013 - 2014 [November 2014]
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Reaching the Target to End Fuel Poverty by 2016
With the statutory duty to end fuel poverty in Scotland due to be met by 2016, EAS members and the Scottish Fuel Poverty Forum held a seminar to discuss what is working well and why, to identify any gaps and to consider whether any priorities should be refocused. Some themes emerged and are brought together for further consideration in this report.
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.
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