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EPAH lunch talk - Indicators importance for local scale assessments of energy poverty

The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub is organising its second lunch talk to discuss the importance of indicators for the local scale assessments of energy poverty.

The lunch talk will address the challenges surrounding the use and the application of the indicators available for diagnosing energy poverty. As it offers a great visualisation of energy poverty levels, the new EPAH dashboard on national indicators will be presented.

The participants are invited to share their experiences regarding the challenges they can face in diagnosing energy poverty, as well as presenting their work with indicators, in order to bring together knowledge and inspirational cases to learn from each other.

The lunch talk will take place on Wednesday 14 December, from 13:30 to 14:30 CET, online.

The agenda:

  • 13:30 - Introduction
  • 13:35 - Keynote speech ''The Importance of Measurement - Exploring Energy poverty Indicators through the EPAH Dashboard'' by Dr. João Pedro Gouveia (CENSE, FCT - NOVA University of Lisbon and EPAH)
  • 13:40 - Presentation "Lessons for Energy Poverty Assessments at the national and local scales"  by Pedro Palma (CENSE, FCT - NOVA University of Lisbon and EPAH)
  • 13:50 - Open conversation with participants. Sharing experiences, practices, challenges and opportunities

To join us, please register here.

The link to the session will be sent to you by email few days before the event.

About the EPAH lunch talks:

The EPAH lunch talks are a series of webinars organised monthly to give a space to municipalities in Europe and other key stakeholders to share their experiences of local action to tackle energy poverty. The interest is to address different themes within the energy poverty issues.

The lunch talk format includes 15-20 minutes of presentation and 40-45 minutes of discussion between participants.

Stay tuned for the next lunch talks.

  • energy research
  • Wednesday 14 December 2022, 13:30 - 14:30 (CET)
  • Online only

Practical information

Wednesday 14 December 2022, 13:30 - 14:30 (CET)
Online only