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Fuel poverty is measured at household level rather than at individual level.
The most recently available sub-regional split of fuel poverty relates to 2006, and shows that there were around 4,800 fuel poor households in the Vale of York constituency and around 34,600 fuel poor households in North Yorkshire. Sub-regional fuel poverty figures are not available split by age.
More recent figures are available for England and the regions. These show that in 2007, there were around 333,000 fuel poor households in Yorkshire and the Humber and 2.8 million fuel poor households in England. The following table provides figures split by age.
Fuel poor households with: Yorkshire and the Humber England A member aged over 65 years 147,000 1,183,000 A member aged over 85 years 13,000 144,000
Fuel poor households with:
Yorkshire and the Humber
A member aged over 65 years
A member aged over 85 years