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Fuel poor households in England 2003-2011

Number of fuel poor households under 10 percent and LIHC indicators in England from 2003 to 2011

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Release date

August 2013


United Kingdom

Survey time period

2003 to 2011

Supplementary notes

* The 10 percent measure of fuel poverty defines a household as fuel poor if it spends more than 10 percent of income on fuel to maintain an adequate level of warmth.

** Under the new Low Income High Cost (LIHC) definition a household is considered to be fuel poor where:
- they have required fuel costs that are above average (the national median level)
- were they to spend that amount, they would be left with a residual income below the official poverty line.

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