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About UK 8020

UK 8020, pronounced UK eighty twenty, is a Not for Profit Community Interest Company (UK 8020 CIC) and international social enterprise.

Community Interest Companies have their own government regulator and are registered at Companies House and are similar to charities. All profits are channelled back into the organisation to enable its objectives to be achieved.

UK 8020 was founded by Robert Lee to tackle Climate Change and also to help end global Fuel Poverty or energy poverty as it is known in some parts of the world.

The goals of the company are purely humanitarian and not politically motivated. It believes that change is made by empowering individuals and when ordinary people are given the correct incentives they can make a difference. It aims to help the most vulnerable in society by creating awareness and calling upon those more able to help.

UK 8020's Key Objectives Include
• To help ordinary people and the poorest in communities around the world to benefit the most

• To Help end fuel poverty (energy poverty) for the millions of (and rising) people globally and especially in the poorest communities

• To engage communities to understand that tackling climate change with incentives will save money

• To help people become more energy conscious and efficient

• To help create a new green industry through the invention of a renewable energy generator (REG). Jobs will include production, installation and maintenance jobs for millions of people globally.

• To help to prevent the needless deaths of thousands of senior citizens every year and to help identify communities most at risk

• To create an universal awareness in communities of fuel / energy poverty and those most at risk.

• To engage the public in a hands on humanitarian effort

• To empower communities to become passionate and involved in something that effects their very own communities

• To re-build caring communities by engaging community leaders

• To empower the very youngest in communities to help the most vulnerable such as their parents, elderly grandparents or friends

• To be a catalyst for creating inclusion not exclusion in communities. All creeds, races, genders will be included and asked to take an active role