Who we are

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 50 anti-poverty, environmental and health campaigners, local authorities, trade unions and consumer organisations. Organisations wishing to join the Coalition can find out more online.

Our members

Members of the Coalition include: ACRE, ACE Research, Advice 4 Renters, AgeUK, Anti-Austerity Action Group, Association of Green Councillors, Association of Local Energy Officers, Association for Decentralised Energy, BLF, Brighton & Hove City Council, Bruton Town Council, Camden Federation of Private Tenants, Church Poverty Action, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, Community Action Northumberland, Centre for Sustainable Energy , Disability Rights UK, E3G, EBICO, Energy Saving Trust, Energy Cities, Friends of the Earth, Fuel Poverty Action, Fuel Poverty Research, Generation Rent, Greenpeace, Hackney Foodbank, Home Start Oxford, Jospeh Rowntree Foundation, Lambeth Pensioners Action GroupLondon Borough of Camden, London Borough of Lewisham, Mayor of London, National Pensioners Convention, National Union of Students / Students Organising for Sustainability, NCB, National Energy Action, New Economics Foundation, National Federation of Women’s Institutes, Oxford City Council, Redcar & Cleveland Council, Save the Children, Scope, Sheffield Council, Solutions to Tackle Energy Poverty (STEP), Southwark Group of Tenants Organisations, South West London Law Centres, Stonewater Housing Association, UNISON, Wigan Citizens Advice Centre.

The co-ordination for the End Fuel Poverty Coalition is provided by social enterprise Campaign Collective.