RE:NEW and Fuel Poverty (5)

MQT on 2012-02-22
Session date: 
February 22, 2012
Question By: 
Jennette Arnold
Labour Group
Asked Of: 
The Mayor


In your annual Equalities Report you state that one of the main programmes for tackling Fuel Poverty is the energy efficiency programme RE:NEW. Of those households that have so far taken a home energy visit how many were considered to be at risk of falling into fuel poverty? What method are you using to measure this?


Answer for RE:NEW and Fuel Poverty (5)

Answer for RE:NEW and Fuel Poverty (5)

Answered By: 
The Mayor

As the pan-London phase is currently rolling out and due to the nature of delivery I am not in a position to carry out this evaluation at this stage. As I am not collecting data on income levels as part of RE:NEW, in the evaluation we will investigate the potential for proxy indicators to establish figures for residents at risk of falling into fuel poverty.