Warm Home Discount Scheme 'Broader Group' statistical information

Kevin Osborne made this Freedom of Information request to Department of Energy and Climate Change

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Dear Department of Energy and Climate Change,

Please supply statistical details of the number of low income and vulnerable customers who have applied and been accepted on to the Warm Home Discount Scheme (Broader Group)

I am after information regarding Year 1 of the scheme (2011/2012) and information to dat on Year 2 of the scheme 2012/2013)

Please supply the following information.

For each supplier participating in the scheme I require a break down of numbers applying for the discount, numbers being accepted for the discount and numbers of those refused. I would also like this figure broken down into eligibility.. i.e Low income, children, disability etc.

Yours faithfully,

Kevin Osborne

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DECC Ref: 12/1449

 
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