At the beginning of December, over 30 events took place across the UK demanding an end to fuel poverty!
Warm Ups took place at offices of three of the big five UK energy companies, in three different nations. Unite Community held Warm Ups and community outreach stalls in shopping centres, markets and town centres from Southend-on-Sea to the Isle of Arran!
For more detail, read this fantastic roundup from The Canary reporting from inside a Warm Up in The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley.
We knew that one weekend of action would not be enough to win energy justice. But our pressure has been felt with progress on some of our demands.
Forced prepayment meters were due to resume in November, but Ofgem has been forced to delay the restart until 2024. And Ofgem is finally agreeing to review its unfair standing charges. We won’t stop fighting to permanently ban forced PPMs and abolish standing charges.
Join us and take action through Get Involved – Energy For All.