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Households in fuel poverty are unable to afford to keep the house warmed to an adequate level. More than two million in England alone experience some form of fuel poverty, and the problem is getting worse. 

However, despite several decades of research on how to encourage and promote household energy-saving behaviours, only limited progress has been made.

Our summary of the key findings from the consultation, presents a set of recommendations for more effectively engaging social housing tenants around energy saving.

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