Fuel Poverty Conference 2012

Venue: Dublin Castle

Date: 6th/7th February 2012

The 2012 Energy Action Fuel Poverty Conference was a great success, some fantastic presentations were made shedding light on the real impact of Fuel Poverty and innovative outcomes were discussed on how best to tackle these problems going forward. Time now to take action and implement these ideas and continue on the fight to eradicate fuel poverty.

Presentations (Click to download)

Monday

THE CHALLENGES THAT FUEL POVERTY PRESENTS TO HEALTH

Professor Christine Liddell

PREVENTIVE CARE AND BETTER HEALTH

Dr Colette Bonner

Dr Anne O'Farrell

Dr Helen McAvoy

Lorraine Tulloch

ENERGY AFFORDABILITY STRATEGY

Dr St John O’Connor

Donald Hirsch

Dr Bill Sheldrick

SOCIAL HOUSING, FUEL POOR – BETTER ENERGY WARMER HOMES

Willie Moynihan

Brian Swan

Nick Sheward


Workshops

PILOT EVALUATION OF EXTERNAL WALL INSULATION SYSTEMS

Dr Bill Sheldrick

ENERGY AFFORDABILITY POLICY – CHALLENGES TO IT WORKING

Lorraine Mulligan

Michael Culloty

Seamus Boland

BUILDING ENERGY ANALYSIS OF THE IRISH HOUSING STOCK (IEE TABULA Project)

Michael Hanratty

CBO POSITION PAPER – DELIVERY OF BETTER ENERGY WARMER HOMES SCHEME BY CBO’s

Claire Ryan


Tuesday

THE ROLE OF SMART METERS IN TACKLING FUEL POVERTY

Cathy Mannion

David Manning

Mark Prentice

Déaglan Ó Dónaill

HOMES FOR 21st CENTURY – ARE WE THERE YET?

Joseph Little

Jeff Colley

DON’T BE LEFT OUT IN THE COLD!

Dr Austin O'Carroll

Angela Mawle

Jacqueline Frazer


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History

Energy Action Ltd was established in 1988. It is an Irish Registered Charity with a voluntary Board of Directors drawn from a variety of backgrounds in both the public and private sector. The key objective of the organisation is to alleviate fuel poverty in Dublin by provision of insulation in the homes of older people and low income people.

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