EAS develops and delivers projects linked to domestic energy and the alleviation of fuel poverty.  Often this is done with support from the private sector.

Projects aim to provide information to people struggling to keep warm at home, for example by producing a range of leaflets that are distributed via trusted intermediaries.  Other initiatives support advisors and other bodies, such as housing providers, to give advice and information to the public relating to affordable home energy.  Projects often have a particular focus on people who are vulnerable.

Some recent examples can be viewed here.

Smart Energy GB in Communities

Warm at Home

Community Energy Action Awards

Warm and Healthy Homes Fund

Keeping Warm and Well in Winter

Stay Warm Stay Well

Fuel Poverty Alleviation Support Fund

Warmer Homes Fund

The Key to Keeping Fuel Debt at Bay

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