- 30 Apr 2018
Members approved this work-plan on 18 April.
High-level priorities agreed are:
To contribute to the development of the Fuel Poverty Bill and Draft Fuel Poverty Strategy;
To scrutinise and identify learning points from the government's fuel poverty delivery programme evaluation processes to inform development of Energy Efficient Scotland, and as part of a wider role to advise on the design and content of the Outcomes Framework and regular reporting government is committed to providing on the Fuel Poverty Strategy;
To input to the design of any new "fuel poverty assessment tool" linked to the new fuel poverty definition and the Definition Review Panel's report.
As part of this work-plan members also confirm their responsibility to:
monitor progress on the Fuel Poverty Strategic Working Group and Rural Fuel Poverty Task Force's recommendations to Scottish Government
engage with strategic policy stakeholder groups, for example, the Poverty and Inequalities Committee and Energy Efficient Scotland Delivery Board