Raising Awareness of Fuel Poverty Issues and Resources
Our monthly themes focus on current topics to help keep frontline workers and stakeholders informed and up to date with relevant information.
The serving and ex-service community may encounter a unique combination of issues that can place them in a particularly vulnerable position with their gas and electricity.
Those living with or caring for people with dementia may use more gas and electricity resulting in higher energy bills. This article looks at support available to those living with dementia and their carers.
We all receive visits, correspondence and emails for organisations purporting to provide a genuine service or too-good-to-miss offer. Unfortunately, many of these can be scams which affect the lives of millions.
Energy price caps have featured in the media over recent months but do you really know what they are and who will benefit? This article unpicks the detail, providing just the useful facts.
During the colder months, condensation becomes a major problem in many British homes. Our handy guide outlines some of the causes and solutions to common problems.
People struggling to afford to pay energy bills might be able to take advantage of certain benefits, grants and help offered by the government and energy suppliers.
Carbon monoxide is a huge threat potentially facing thousands of homes if people don't get meters checked and serviced. Advice on safety checks and eligibility for getting checked for free.
The Warm Homes Campaign raises awareness of the challenges faced by those in fuel poverty, the difficult choices they have to make, and the solutions available.
As people prepare for Christmas they face difficult choices about whether to heat their homes and forgo household necessities, or spending what they need to keep warm and avoid falling into debt.
Having loyalty to one energy supplier can often mean people are paying more than they should be for their energy. Advice on comparing tariffs and switching to help people save on energy bills.
Many don't know that there is a government scheme helping people to be able to afford to heat their homes in winter. Advice on what this discount is, who is eligible and how it can be claimed.
For students and young people living away from home for the first time, paying for the household bills can be a shock. Advice to help students to save money and be aware of energy usage.
The Priority Services Register (PSR) is a free service provided by energy suppliers and Network Operators that provides additional services to individuals in need or are vulnerable.
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We all receive visits, correspondence and emails for organisations purporting to provide a genuine service or too-good-to-miss offer. Unfortunately, many of these can be scams which…
Energy price caps have featured in the media over recent months but do you really know what they are and who will benefit? This article unpicks the detail, providing just the useful…
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