Fuel poverty in England is now measured using the Low Income Low Energy Efficiency (LILEE) indicator rather than the old Low Income High Costs (LIHC) indicator.
Under the LILEE indicator, a household is considered to be fuel poor if:
they are living in a property with a fuel poverty energy efficiency rating of band D or below
when they spend the required amount to heat their home, they are left with a residual income below the official poverty line
There are 3 important elements in determining whether a household is fuel poor:
household energy requirements
The 2019 fuel poverty dataset and the associated English Housing Survey (EHS) data behind the statistics will be available on the UK data archive later in 2021. You need to register before you can access the data.