The End Fuel Poverty Coalition campaigns to influence government and other bodies to take action to end fuel poverty and thereby improve people’s health and quality of life as well as seeking to reduce the cost of living, create jobs and negate carbon emissions in the process.
It is a broad coalition of over 20 anti-poverty, environmental and health campaigners, local authorities, trade unions and consumer organisations. It recently submitted evidence to the recent Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy review to end fuel poverty.
Members of the Coalition include: 1010, ACRE, ACE Research, Advice 4 Renters, AgeUK, Association of Local Energy Officers, Association for Decentralised Energy, BLF, Brighton & Hove City Council, Camden Federation of Private Tenants, Church Poverty Action, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, Citizens Advice, CSE Research , Disability Rights, E3G, EBICO, Energy Saving Trust, Friends of the Earth, Fuel Poverty Action, Generation Rent, Greenpeace, Hackney Foodbank, Lambeth Pensioners Action Group, London Borough of Camden, LB Lewisham, Macmillan, Mayor of London, National Pensioners Convention, National Union of Students, NCB, NEA, NfWI, Oxford City Council, Redcar & Cleveland Council, Sheffield Council, Solutions to Tackle Energy Poverty (STEP), UNISON.
The co-ordination for the Coalition is provided by social enterprise Campaign Collective.