The Fuel Poverty Advisory Group's primary tasks are to consider and report on the effectiveness of current policies aiming to reduce fuel poverty; to consider and report on the case for greater co-ordination; to identify barriers to reducing fuel poverty and to developing effective partnerships and to propose solutions; to consider and report on any additional policies needed to reduce fuel poverty; to encourage key organisations to tackle fuel poverty; and to consider and report on the results of work to monitor fuel poverty.
Established 2002. Triennial review began 2012. Membership is made up of 18 ex officio organisations.
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|Last Annual Report||2012-13|