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Warmer Homes - Improving fuel poverty and energy efficiency policy in the UK

Creator:

Policy Exchange

Subject Keywords: Home heating, energy efficiency, living conditions, income
Topic: Fuel Poverty
Fuel Poverty
Type: Report
Region: United Kingdom
Description:

Warmer Homes presents a character profile of the 2.3 million households in England living in fuel poverty. It finds that over 1 million households who cannot afford to heat their home to a comfortable level are in work, while also revealing that the households living in the least energy efficient properties would have to spend as much as £1,700 extra a year to heat their home to a suitable temperature.

It suggests that fuel poverty is a complex problem affecting a broad cross section of people – from low income working households to pensioners.

Date:

09/01/2015

ISBN:

978-1-907689-89-5

Rights: © Policy Exchange
Suggested citation:

Policy Exchange. (2015) Warmer Homes - Improving fuel poverty and energy efficiency policy in the UK [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/831198 [Accessed: 14th November 2019].

  

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