AgilityEco has launched its Impact Report from April 2021 to March 2022, which highlights its work on energy efficiency and fuel poverty programmes.
This bulletin follows up on a report published by AgilityEco and Gemserv in 2021 which estimated an additional £18 billion in funding was needed from the Government to ensure its Statutory Fuel Poverty Target is met by the deadline of 2030.
AgilityEco's latest Impact Report reveals that between April 2020 and March 2021, its work on ECO (Energy Company Obligation) and fuel poverty programmes resulted in just over £200 million worth of total lifetime bill savings for households in vulnerable circumstances across Britain.
New research finds 80% of English homes (around 2.5 million) in fuel poverty will still be so in 2030 unless urgent action taken. Research published by AgilityEco and Gemserv reveals that current funding and policy to relieve fuel poverty will help only a fraction of the 3.2 million homes that were in fuel poverty in 2019.
Our latest impact report looks at the highlights from what was a truly exceptional year for AgilityEco.
This was the year we delivered a greater level of social impact than ever before, broadening the depth and variety of support offered to fuel poor and vulnerable households.