Ask your MP to sign the Pledge


Your MP can help us hold the government to account for a long-term plan to tackle the energy crisis. Email your MP today asking them to sign the Warm This Winter pledge to help keep us warm every winter.

Caroline Lucas MP is hosting a debate on Fossil Fuels and Increases in the Cost of Living in Parliament at Westminster Hall on the 11th of January from 9.30am to 11am. It's a great opportunity for us to show MPs why fixing the cost of living crisis means taking the leap away from fossil fuels - and why it needs to happen now. But first, we need to get MPs in the hall.

Open letter to the Prime Minister:

Urgently back common-sense solutions to keep people warm this winter.

Write to your MP now and ask them to sign the Warm This Winter Pledge.

Millions of people are spending their winters living in cold damp homes, and energy bills are still at unaffordable heights. It couldn’t be clearer that our energy system needs to change. So we’re asking every MP to sign the pledge to help keep their constituents warm every winter by urging the government to:

  • rapidly expand home retrofit schemes
  • support the swift deployment of homegrown renewables to speed up the net zero transition away from volatile fossil fuels
  • provide further financial support to vulnerable households

But we need your voice to make it happen. That's why we're asking you to email your MP today and urge them to sign the pledge if they've not already. Together, we can make sure that nobody has to choose between heating their home and putting food on the table. You can check if your MP has signed the pledge yet here.

There's a template you can use, but more personal messages can make a big impact. If you're able to, you could make your email more powerful by writing in your own words, and telling your MP about your own experience of the current crisis and what it means for your local community.

  • Start by introducing yourself, and explaining why this matters to you.
  • Share any personal stories or experiences you have had with fuel poverty or struggling to pay your energy bills.
  • Ask your MP to sign the Warm This Winter pledge and support long-term action to fix our broken energy system.
  • End by thanking your MP for their time and asking for their support in keeping everyone warm every winter.
  • Be polite! Remember that there’s a real person on the other end reading your email.

With your help, we can put pressure on the government to take action and fix our broken energy system for good.

If you are an MP who would like to add your name to the open letter, please contact us at: