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November 1, 2017

Many thousands of people in Bristol will be forced to choose between heating their homes and eating this winter.

With almost 25,000 households living in fuel poverty in the city, the issue is one of social justice that also has wide-reaching implications, putting additi...

August 7, 2017

– CHANGES IMMINENT FOR FLAGSHIP EFFICIENCY SCHEME

– ELIGIBILITY AND PRIORITY MEASURES ALTERED

– FUNDING CUTS LIMIT AMBITION

THE ENERGY COMPANY OBLIGATION (ECO), THE GOVERNMENT SCHEME THAT GETS LARGER ENERGY SUPPLIERS TO INSTALL ENERGY EFFICIENCY MEASURES IN HOMES, IS IN T...

  • FOUR OUT OF TEN OF US ARE AVOIDING SWITCHING ON THE HEATING DURING COLDER SPELLS DUE TO FEARS ABOUT ENERGY BILLS

  • A THIRD ARE REPORTING THEY CAN’T MAKE THEIR HOME AS WARM AS THEY’D LIKE

  • WINTER WOOLLIES ARE FILLING THE COMFORT GAPS WHERE HEATING SYSTEMS ARE...

– EMISSIONS REDUCTION PLAN IS A PIVOTAL MOMENT

– THREE STEPS TO CHECK AMBITION

– COST-EFFECTIVE OPTIONS AVAILABLE

The Government is due to publish its Emissions Reduction Plan in the next few months. It aims to set the framework for emissions targets and our carbon budget...

COLD, DRAUGHTY, MOULDY, DAMP: WHAT THE UK PUBLIC THINK ABOUT THEIR HOMES

New research tapping into the public’s energy saving attitudes and behaviours has been revealed. The findings from the Ipsos MORI survey of over 2,000 UK respondents show nearly half of householder...

March 16, 2017

NEW RESEARCH TO CLARIFY FUEL POVERTY-ILLNESS LINKS
BIGGEST STUDY OF ITS KIND LOOKS AT OVER 500,000 HOMES

Health and housing are the twin focuses of a promising new study bringing together University of Exeter Medical School with Energy Saving Trust, Devon and Cornwall P...

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