St John, Hoxton’s Switch Day for the Fair Energy Campaign, with Loughborough University London and the elected Mayor of Hackney

The Fair Energy Campaign is a volunteer-led movement to tackle fuel poverty and improve access to green energy through community action.

Looking at the world today, we see our energy consumption spewing dangerous greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and contributing to climate change that hits the poorest hardest.

Households often remain on overpriced tariffs through overcomplicated and unclear policies. Citizens UK’s listening campaigns in 2013 found that energy bills often are a significant factor in why people fall into debt. In fact, over 4 million UK households are currently in debt to their energy supplier.

We believe in fair energy for all, because everyone deserves access to clean energy and fair pricing.

We are calling for energy companies to:

End “tease and squeeze” pricing

Energy suppliers often offer cheap rates, but after a year may households forget to renew their contract. Households are then placed on a Standard Variable Tariff, which can increase fuel bills as much as 30%

100% renewable electricity

In their fuel energy mix as reported to Ofgem In 2020-22, the Fair Energy Campaign is working with faith groups and community organisations to become Fair Energy Hubs. This means switching their buildings to green energy suppliers, and/or supporting people in your community to access affordable clean energy.

Causes of fuel poverty

(NEA statistics 2020)

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