Innovations in Fuel Poverty research, policy and practice

University of Salford and Online

Conference postponed due to the upcoming general election

New date: To be confirmed

The Fuel Poverty Research Network (FPRN) and University of Salford are inviting all involved in this important field to join them in Salford in June. Whether you are researching fuel poverty or housing, developing policy, or working directly with vulnerable householders, it’s an opportunity to meet others, share ideas and stories, and engage with the latest developments.

Across the two days there will be sessions with a focus on Greater Manchester, featuring the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and local organisations including Carbon Coop, Fuel Poverty Action and Manchester Friends of the Earth. Learn about brand new research on energy poverty around the world from FPRN-funded early career researchers. There will be presentations from researchers around the network, covering histories of home heating, energy and health, the private rented sector, and retrofit challenges in Greater Manchester. We’ll be running our popular Lightning Talks session, in which delegates can give short presentations. Delegates in Salford will be able to attend tours of Energy House, the University’s world-leading housing research facility, participate in workshops on working together to fix fuel poverty, as well as take the opportunity to network and attend a social on Monday evening.

For the agenda, information and registration, see the FPRN website

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