“Over its lifetime, the NHS has become an effective service for the treatment of illness. If it is to remain successful for another 60 years, it will need a cultural change towards the prevention of poor health” (NHS Future Forum, 2016, The NHS’s role in the public’s health). We often hear about the pressure on…
The rollout of smart meters is a golden opportunity to deliver energy savings where other policies are failing – it should not be missed.
- Author: Peter Broad, Policy Manager
Report sets out the opportunities and challenges of using data to get help to consumers in fuel poverty
Consumers need be able to in the energy efficiency market. A simplified quality framework could help protect consumers and reduce red-tape.
New research shows how home energy efficiency schemes could be more effective if delivered by local authorities.
The government has just announced its fuel poverty strategy for England – to improve the homes of the fuel poor by 2030
William Baker, Head of Fuel Poverty Policy, discusses the Government’s new fuel poverty strategy