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NEA Launch Warm Homes Campaign

NEA Warm Homes Campaign

Isothane are a business supporter of National Energy Action (NEA) whose vision it is that ‘no one is living in fuel poverty’.

Yesterday saw the NEA launch their Warm Homes Campaign. The campaign highlights that around four million UK households are still unable to access equal life chances because they live in a cold, damp home. A baby born today and living in cold housing is more than twice as likely to suffer from breathing problems including asthma and bronchitis, and three times as likely to suffer from wheezing and respiratory illness. Her chances of suffering from mental health problems are higher, and – in later life – she will have greater risk of accidents, injuries and falls in the home.

The Warm Homes Campaign aims to

  • To raise awareness of fuel poverty, the impacts it has on health and wellbeing and the solutions available to tackle it, amongst key decision-makers, practitioners, and members of the public.
  • To focus on the key message that more resources are needed to tackle the problem if the fuel poverty targets (and commitments in Wales and NI) are to be met.
  • To provide practitioners with practical tools they can use to help people stay warm and safe in their homes.

The campaign will run from 29 November 2016 until 17 February 2017. For more information on the campaign please visit the NEA’s website and if you need any further information on how you can work with Isothane and using our insulation products on projects to help people in fuel poverty please get in touch with our team who will be happy to help.


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