The Fuel Poverty Research Library

Welcome to the Fuel Poverty Library, produced in 2019 in collaboration with University of Salford to document the legacy of Eaga Charitable Trust. Founded in 1993, the Trust has supported diverse and highly policy relevant research for 25 years. This library brings this body of outputs together under five key themes: Homes, People, Impact, Approaches and Concepts.

It also features a suite of animations on fuel poverty, a summary brochure including a 25-year timeline, topic guides for policy makers, a report on the careers of researchers supported by the Trust, and a study of expert opinion on future directions for the field of fuel poverty.

NEWS RELEASE: Introducing the Fuel Poverty Library: Leaving a Legacy – 25 Years of Eaga Charitable Trust. House of Lords Reception