Fuel Poverty Assessment Tool

The fuel poverty assessment tool was designed by NEA (National Energy Action) to help front-line home energy efficiency assessors and fuel poverty programme workers to calculate whether a resident is living in fuel poverty.

Based on the information you input about the household circumstances and property details, it calculates the impact of different interventions on the level of fuel poverty to help assessors understand which could be the most cost-effective measures.

The development of this tool was co-funded by NEA, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Eaga Charitable Trust and Citizens Advice.

Registration is required initially here and then you can log in here.