Online resource hub for UK community stakeholders of any level.
Our aim for this site is to allow free access to resources, knowledge and contacts to enable people, no matter what their experience level, challenge the issues of fuel poverty in the areas they work and live in. Assisting them to make sustainable changes in their communities.
Of course, you can dive straight into the Resources and Downloads section of the site but you may feel a little guidance may be in order. This is your site and we want you to get everything you need from it but to start you off we have a few suggestions for you depending on which area you identify with.
Accommodate audience with Hearing Impairment (perhaps provide a hearing loop) engage a British Sign Language practitioner.
Take time to scope and research what provisions are already in place, parachuting in will neither be welcome nor conducive to legacy planning.
In a local scheme added value can be achieved by integrating work on energy, financial inclusion and the health and care agendas.
Recruit a champion – Getting a senior champion or political stakeholder on board can support your efforts and mobilise others to take action.
A well informed, motivated 'energy champion' can help you reach far more people than you might expect.