CSE to host the next Fuel Poverty Research Network meet up

16 March 2018

We're excited to be hosting the the fifth Fuel Poverty Research Network meet-up on 16-17 May. The theme for this meet up is ‘City-wide and community approaches to tackling fuel poverty and cold homes' and there will be a variety of presentations from organisations and academics working across the South West. We hope to be able to show off the diversity of fuel poverty action going on in Bristol and beyond, much of which is led or organised by local communities.

Tickets cost £30 and are available to book through Eventbrite. For more details about the event, click here to see a provisional agenda.

The Fuel Poverty Research Network is a knowledge sharing network of PhD students, early career and experienced researchers from universities and a range of civic sector organisations (like CSE) working on fuel poverty.

Its purpose is to share and discuss research methods and findings from recent and current research across the UK (and sometimes EU and international comparative work too) on fuel poverty and associated energy-related social justice issues – and to identify opportunities for initiating future collaborations and respond to policy developments.

Tickets cost £30 and are available to book through Eventbrite. 
See the agenda here.
For more details and a provisional agenda, please go to the FPRN website.

It's not just work! There'll be a social event at Zero Degrees, Bristol's popular independent microbrewery with a great view over the city. Join us!

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