Webinar20th October, 2022
Winter 101 Webinar Series
About the webinar
Winter 101 Webinar Series:
Deep Data Dive to show the Impact of Energy Price Hikes on Fuel Poverty
Deep dive into Switchee fuel poverty data showing the real, on-the-ground correlation between October energy price increases and fuel poverty.
Without a doubt, the October Energy price hike is going to hit millions of people hard. But what will the real, on-the-ground impact be on fuel poverty? Join this webinar as we hear Adam Scorer, Chief Executive NEA who will provide all the latest information and advice on how social landlords can support vulnerable residents. Plus, we will deep dive into Switchee fuel poverty data to show the real, on-the-ground correlation between October energy price increases and fuel poverty to help you prioritise your resources as best you can this winter.
This winter is going to be tough for people living in social housing. Switchee and the Proptech Innovation Network (PIN) are committed to helping landlords protect residents.
Over the course of this three-part webinar series we will:
- Share data-led insights to help flag people at potential risk this winter
- Deep dive into the direct impact the October energy price hike has had on fuel poverty
- Explore with a housing provider how they are using IoT to better communicate winter messaging and offer support to residents.
Watch the first and last webinars in the series on-demand using the links below
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