Persistent fuel poverty in the 21st Century is unacceptable. Fuel poverty levels in Northern Ireland have reached crisis proportions with one-in-two households struggling to heat their homes adequately - the highest level in Western Europe.
Minutes from the council meeting on the 21st of June 2016.
Weekly oil survey providing the average, cheapest and dearest oil prices.
A guide for energy users on home heating oil.
Persistent fuel poverty in the 21st Century is unacceptable. People’s health and lives are at risk as one in two households here are struggling to heat their home adequately - one of the highest levels in Western Europe . The Consumer Council is calling on consumers to ask their politicians why fuel poverty levels in Northern Ireland have reached crisis proportions.
Response to the Department for Social Development Consultation on “Warmer Healthier Homes – A Consul
With fuel poverty levels in Northern Ireland at 44 per cent, many households
are struggling to adequately heat their home, it is important that the regulatory
structures aim to protect consumers and minimise the cost of energy to
consumers. In dealing
A Consumer Council research report into the attitudes and concerns of a Northern Ireland consumer in 2010.