fuel poverty


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fuel poverty

n
the state of being unable to afford to heat one's home adequately
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Acampaign group in the far north is lobbying to meet local politicians to discuss unfair fuel poverty charges.
The purpose of the project is to enable the department to produce annual fuel poverty national statistics on the number of households in fuel poverty, the associated fuel poverty gap and progress against the governments statutory target based on the fuel poverty energy efficiency rating of a household.
The Fuel Poverty Bill enshrines in law the Scottish Government's commitment to tackle the root causes of fuel poverty across the country and transform homes to be warmer and more energy efficient.
RISING numbers of tenants are in fuel poverty or at higher risk of it, says a survey.
The annual winter initiative raises awareness of the problem of fuel poverty and the action needed to be taken at a policy level; as well as the help and support available locally for those struggling to heat their homes.
MINISTERS are not 'doing anything near enough' to tackle fuel poverty, Green MP Caroline Lucas has said.
COVENTRY has the 10th highest level of fuel poverty in England, a report has shown.
Cunninghame Housing Association's Lemon Aid Fuel Poverty Energy Advisors Service commenced Dumfries and Galloway in January 2018 and provides a range of award winning services.
Ross Thomson With temperatures plummetting in recent days, new figures show that fuel poverty remains a major problem for many Monklands families.
Stratton WILLIAMS Fuel poverty remains a major problem for many families in North Lanarkshire despite improvements in the past few years.
In Calderdale, 13.6% of households were in fuel poverty in 2015, a rise from 12.2% struggling in 2014.