TNS Public Polling for Energy Bill Revolution

Public polling finds that people want domestic energy efficiency above other infrastructure programmes Read more

Burning Cash Day report

This report shows how families in the UK can be wasting £650 every year if they live in a typical fuel poor home, due to the low standard of energy efficiency. Burning Cash Day, the 14th of February is the point at which these millions of families could effectively stop paying their bill from until October, if their homes were properly insulated.Read more

The economic case for recycling carbon tax into energy efficiency

A report to show the various ways in which the Treasury recycles taxes. Although the Treasury has so far refused to recycle carbon tax to help households reduce their energy bills by making them more energy efficient, it allows other taxes to be recycled to support renewable energy and fracking for gas.Read more

2014 Fuel Poverty Update: 2.2 Million in Children in Fuel Poverty

In early 2013, ACE Research and the Energy Bill Revolution published a fact-file on families and fuel poverty. This briefing serves to update last year’s headline figures for the number of households, people, families, and children in fuel poverty. It does so for the UK, as well as for the devolved nations where appropriate.   This report includes information which made national news on 30th January 2014 regarding the increase in children in fuel poverty, and polling information which found that families have cut spending on school uniforms and food to pay for heating bills.Read more

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