The National Energy Action (NEA) website provides a huge resource containing information and statistics around fuel poverty, energy efficiency and affordable warmth. It contains projects that have, and are taking place; as well as information about training courses to help improve skills and knowledge around fuel poverty.
An example of a handy reference guide that provides frontline workers with a definition of fuel poverty and details what to look and listen for in order to determine whether someone is struggling to manager their energy bills. The document also includes information about practical support that is available.
A diagram that provides a concise visual representation of the problems associated with fuel poverty and potential solutions which is useful to demonstrate the simplicity of making referrals for those in community-facing roles or who make home visits.
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