Time is Fast Running Out to Solve Energy Crisis

Fuel poverty levels could cover 50 per cent of the population within five years and 75 per cent within a decade if a properly co-ordinated energy policy is not developed, according to architect and television presenter Duncan Stewart, when speaking at the recent Energy Action conference in Dublin Castle. He also questions if the €400 … Read more

Energy Action Conference to Further Reduce Fuel Poverty

The Programme for Energy Action’s Fuel Poverty Conference will be held in Dublin Castle on February 6th and 7th. The conference will focus on addressing the health impact of Fuel Poverty on low income groups and older people. The objective of the conference is to provide a forum for sharing key information and experience to … Read more

Consumers Need Evidence That Northern Ireland Electricity Prices Are Fair

Following a series of significant increases in energy prices and within the context of Northern Ireland having the highest levels of fuel poverty in the UK (double that in Great Britain), the Consumer Council is urging the Executive and the Regulator to re-examine the McIldoon Report and ensure that energy policy and regulatory frameworks provide … Read more