To maintain awareness in Parliament of fuel poverty issues; to monitor and comment on progress against government targets across the UK to eradicate fuel poverty; to advocate policies that deliver affordable warmth for low income and vulnerable households with emphasis on improved domestic energy efficiency and efficient heating systems.
Found: Annual Fuel Poverty Statistics
in England, 20
2020 National Statistics
Found: National Statistics
Fuel poverty detailed tables 2018
Fuel poverty detailed tables under the
Found: Committee on Fuel Poverty
Fourth Annual Report
2020 June 2020
4. Better use of data and AI in delivering benefits to the fuel poor: research report and CFP’s recommendations
08/06/2020 - Committee on Fuel Poverty
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Found: 1 Committee on Fuel Poverty
5. Fuel poverty strategy for England: CFP response to BEIS consultation
16/09/2019 - Committee on Fuel Poverty
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Fuel Poverty Strategy for England
1. Fuel Poverty and Energy Price Caps
19/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: to move,That this House has considered fuel poverty and energy price caps.It is a pleasure to serve under - Speech Link
2. Fuel Poverty
08/07/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: constituents’ views on the important question of fuel poverty. The past year has been a challenge for everyone - Speech Link
2: illustrating the impact of covid and people in fuel poverty. Does that not underline the need to retain - Speech Link
3: the hon. Gentleman’s points.Government-led energy-efficiency upgrades over the last decade have reduced - Speech Link
3. Warm Home Discount (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2021
18/05/2021 - Grand Committee
1: upgrade as many fuel-poor homes as is reasonably practicable to an energy efficiency rating of at least - Speech Link
27/04/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: upgrade as many fuel-poor homes as is reasonably practical to at least an energy efficiency rating of band - Speech Link
2: there any interim targets for upgrading homes to energy performance certificate band C? What is meant by - Speech Link
3: well as reaching millions of people each year, energy bill rebates are simple to deliver and consumer - Speech Link
5. Domestic Premises (Energy Performance) Bill [HL]
07/02/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: course be much to decide, from the definition of fuel poverty and the availability of data to how to retrofit - Speech Link
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Rob Roberts MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3000.
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Peter Smith, National Energy Action, West One, Forth Banks, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3PA. Tel: 0191 261 5677
National Energy Action acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.nea.org.uk/
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