Why fuel poverty is an issue as urgent as climate change

Why fuel poverty is an issue as urgent as climate change

Dr Mari Martiskainen, Research Fellow at CIED, talks about fuel poverty and her work on energy cafes. Find out more about the Fuel Bill Drop Shop Project. Fuel Bill Drop Shop Project Introduction Fuel poverty is a persistent problem in the UK, which has implications on people’s every day wellbeing and health, as well as wider implications on the questions of equity and justice within the energy system. Fuel poverty has usually been defined as the need to use more than 10% of a person’s income to pay energy bills Read more… A brief overview of the End Use Energy Demand Centres (EUED) Centres.

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