Health-related Fuel Poverty Schemes in Scotland (January 2017)
EAS and Shelter Scotland collaborated to create this comprehensive catalogue of health-related fuel poverty schemes in Scotland.
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The Annual Review gives an overview of EAS’s activities over the year.
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EAS and NEA produce the UK Fuel Poverty Monitor report annually to review fuel poverty policies in the four UK nations. It provides an opportunity to identify cross-nation learning to inform policy makers and practitioners. This year’s report reviews progress since 2010 within each country and at a UK level.
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Ahead of the Scottish Parliament election on 5 May 2016, EAS asked the five main Scottish political parties to outline their plans for tackling fuel poverty.
Their responses form a special report, which can be found by clicking the cover image to the left.
Members of EAS and of the Scottish Fuel Poverty Forum met in February 2015 to discuss the topic Reaching the Target to End Fuel Poverty by 2016. This report presents a summary of the discussions for the purpose of further consideration.
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With more than 1 in 3 Scottish households struggling to afford to heat their homes, EAS and its members were keen to know the policies of the political parties on this issue.
EAS therefore created a questionnaire for the main political parties fielding candidates in Scotland for the UK General Election and published their responses.
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This magazine is published quarterly and provides information on a variety of fuel poverty and energy efficiency issues.
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