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Title: The 100 day challenge: a literature review of the factors associated with tackling fuel poverty in the UK
Authors: Loveday, Dennis L.
Vadodaria, Keyur
Haines, Victoria
Mallaband, Becky
Mitchell, Val
Perren, Kim
Clarke, Dave
Guest, Paul
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Department of Civil and Building Engineering, Loughborough University; Ergonomics and Safety Research Institute (ESRI), Loughborough University; Centre for Research in Social Policy (CRSP), Loughborough University; E.ON Engineering
Citation: LOVEDAY, D. ... et al., 2009. The 100 day challenge: a literature review of the factors associated with tackling fuel poverty in the UK. Loughborough University: Department of Civil and Building Engineering, Ergonomics and Safety Research Institute (ESRI) and Centre for Research in Social Policy (CRSP); E.ON Engineering, 127 pp.
Abstract: Fuel poverty is a complex issue arising from a simple problem: the inability to afford to sufficiently heat one’s home. The Government has pledged that all vulnerable households should be removed from fuel poverty by 2010, with longer-term aims that no households in England should live in fuel poverty by 2016 and that, by 2018, fuel poverty should be completely eradicated throughout the UK . This report comprises a review of the available literature on the major issues associated with fuel poverty in the UK, with particular reference to the efficacy of staple methods used to treat fuel-poor households.
Description: This is a report for E.ON UK.
Sponsor: E.ON UK
Version: Accepted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/12006
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