Energy we can all afford?

This winter millions of people across the UK will struggle to pay their gas and electricity bills. Cold homes are bad for our health, especially for children and older people. Yet energy prices continue to go up – mostly due to the rising price of gas.

We need new ways to use, produce and above all save energy – and this means we need a change in the law. Now is the time to discuss this, as Parliament is about to debate these critical issues.

We need the Government to use the money from carbon taxes to make our homes super-energy efficient. This is the ONLY permanent solution to end fuel poverty and drive down energy bills. It is also the BEST way to boost the economy and create up to 200,000 jobs.

Governments and scientists agree that our climate is changing, and that the extreme weather and storms we see are the first signs of this change. Pollution from energy use is the most likely cause of this problem. Saving energy and using cleaner energy can help solve it.

A number of local meetings are being organised up and down the country to debate the current energy crisis. To see the full details of each event please refer to our Events Diary.




11-01-2013 Kirklees Jason McCartney MP
25-01-2013 Muswell Hill, Haringey, London Lynne Featherstone MP
08-02-2013 Kingston, Surrey The Rt Hon Ed Davey – Energy and Climate Secretary
19-02-2013 Birmingham Steve McCabe MP (tbc)
23-02-2013 Cheltenham Martin Horwood MP
28-02-2013 Bradford-on-Avon Duncan Hames MP (PPS to Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg)
06-03-2013 Derby TBC.
08-03-2013 Sidmouth Hugo Swire MP(East Devon)
09-03-2013 Bexhill Greg Barker MP, Energy & Climate Change Minister
22-03-2013 Inverness Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury
28-03-2013 Brighton Dr Caroline Lucas MP (Backbencher/Former Leader, Green Party) &
Simon Kirby MP


Energy we can all afford? is an initiative run by Energy Bill Revolution, Friends of the Earth,
the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition, Greenpeace, and the Low Carbon Communities Network.

It is supported by many organisations including Barnardo’s, Children England, Age UK, National Pensioners’ Convention, Girlguiding UK and the Scouts Association, MENCAP, MS Society, Disability Rights UK, the British Youth Council and the National Children’s Bureau, the TUC, UNISON, the National Union of Students and the National Right to Fuel campaign.


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