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22 Mar 2012 Track Training attend the House of Lords

Baroness Maddock, Vice President of the NEA, invited their Welsh partner Track Training Limited, a leading training and development provider of work-based learning qualifications, to join a reception of key stakeholders at the House of Lords in the Palace of Westminster on Tuesday 20th March to join discussions on the fight against fuel poverty and, amongst other initiatives, the success of the NEA’s national Warm Homes Project supported by RWE npower.

Track Training’s Managing Director, Dean Sanders, and Business Development Manager, Viv Compton, have worked closely with the NEA and become their partner in Wales for the delivery of Energy Awareness qualifications to help address the needs of fuel poverty in households across the principality. 

The Rt Hon. Ed Davey MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change was NEA’s guest speaker and gave an update on the Government’s proposed Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation scheme, which is going ahead, and applauded the good work of the NEA and the DWP’s Age Action Alliance.   Mr Davey addressed the need for a united front to find solutions to help put an end to Fuel Poverty in Great Britain.

The event was supported by energy companies including, EDF Energy, EON, RWE npower, SSE, Carillion,  Southern Gas Networks, Wales & West Utilities, British Gas and Scottish Power in addition to  Government Minsters, Members of Parliament, Housing Associations and other low-carbon energy interested parties.


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