Reporting point on energy poverty
As you might have noticed the energy bill has increased sharply. The government wants to help single people and families on low incomes by giving a one-off sum of €800 per household. But most students also have a low income but do not get energy compensation. Apparently, it is too complicated for the government to determine how students live and whether they really need it because they often live in rooms and share costs. The decision of the government is one of the many examples of students being left behind in policy decisions. Like other student unions and the LSVb (national student union), we have set up a Reporting point on energy poverty to get an idea of how the rising energy bill influences you. So we can fight for energy compensation for students!
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