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Fuel poverty in the UK: beyond heating?
People Place and Policy Online
Fuel poverty is now widely recognised in the UK as a distinct form of social inequality and injustice, but exactly which energy-uses and services should be incorporated into conceptualisations of fuel poverty is rarely discussed explicitly. In this paper, we investigate how different energy-uses are portrayed as part of fuel poverty by national government and NGOs in the UK. We find that, to some degree, official definitions of fuel poverty in the UK include multiple energy-uses. However, thisdoi:10.3351/ppp.0010.0001.0003 fatcat:blhtmzntevadhnegxpp7aulgya