Child poverty and fuel poverty intersections

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) estimates that fuel poverty affects 2.53 million households in England (2017) using the Low Income High Costs definition. BEIS also found that, when looking at the composition of these households, the highest proportion in fuel poverty was single parents and couples with children (25.4%).

This session invites speakers from a professional, research or academic background, with an interest in child poverty and fuel poverty intersections.


Jenny Saunders CBE, Committee on Fuel Poverty

Liz Bisset, Committee on Fuel Poverty

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