Fuel poverty refers to households that must spend a high proportion of their household income to keep their home at a reasonable temperature. Three main factors affect fuel poverty: a household’s income, their fuel costs and their energy consumption which will relate to how energy efficient the home is.

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Tackling Fuel Poverty 2021 to 2035: A Plan to Support People Struggling to Meet the Cost of Their Domestic Energy Needs

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Crisis in the Cold: People in Wales at Risk of Fuel Poverty this Winter

Citizens Advice

Fuel Poverty in Wales

National Assembly for Wales

UK Fuel Poverty Monitor 2019-20

National Energy Action

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