15 Mar '12, 12pm

Professor John Hills has published his independent review of #fuelpoverty @LSEnews

An independent report has been published today advising the government how it could best tackle the problem of fuel poverty. The latest official fuel poverty figures show 4m households in England in fuel poverty, compared to 1.2m in 2004. Professor John Hills of the London School of Economics started his research in March last year looking at the definition of fuel poverty, targets, and the effectiveness of different policy interventions. An interim report was published in October last year, setting out initial thoughts and the final set of recommendations are published today. Professor Hills is clear that fuel poverty is currently measured in a way that is both flawed and unhelpful Professor Hills has proposed a new way to define fuel poverty, separating the extent of the issue (the number of people affected) from its depth (how badly people are affected) Professor Hills ...

Full article: http://www.decc.gov.uk/en/content/cms/news/pn12_024/pn12_...

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