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Northern Gas Networks (NGN) in partnership with National Energy Action and together with the UK’s other gas distribution networks, Cadent, SGN and Wales & West Utilities, has launched ‘Warm Homes, Healthy Futures’, a nation-wide fuel poverty and health programme. This multi-year project will connect health professionals and local public health bodies with energy advice and other specialist services including income maximisation, servicing and home improvements, to support people to live in warm and safe homes and improve their health.

The programme was launched at an event at the House of Lords today (19 March 2024) with Minister Solloway, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Minister for Energy Consumers and Affordability at the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero; Baroness McIntosh, President, National Energy Action: Action for Warmer Homes; and Adam Scorer, CEO, National Energy Action (NEA).

The collaborative programme will be coordinated nationally, and delivered locally in communities where there is high need and limited existing support with the aim of leaving a lasting legacy.

Mark Horsley, CEO, Northern Gas Networks, said: “As a gas network based at the heart of the region that we serve, we have a responsibility to ensure that people are safe and warm in their homes both now and in the long term and to work with our partners to help create healthier communities throughout the North.

“We’re delighted to be working with National Energy Action and the other UK gas distribution networks to lead ‘Warm Homes, Healthy Futures’, our most ambitious collaborative project to date, which will help to understand and address the root causes of fuel poverty and target those who need support most, improving the quality of life for thousands of people living not just here in the North, but throughout the UK.”

Details of the projects to be rolled out across the Northern Gas Networks’ geography will be published here in the upcoming weeks.