The Fuel Poverty Research Network (FPRN) brings together students, researchers, policymakers and other professionals concerned with fuel poverty. Fuel poverty is an urgent societal challenge. A robust evidence base is needed in order to inform effective measures that are targeted at those who need them and informed by what works.

We support the development of a vibrant community that gathers evidence, informs policy, and advocates for action to reduce levels of fuel poverty and support vulnerable people to move out of, or away from, fuel poverty. We do this by providing funding, organising opportunities for discussion and debate, and disseminating and promoting the work of a diverse and international research community in order to share learning and opportunities.

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