The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub continues its series of lunch talks with a third event about a perspective of the year 2022 on energy poverty and what to expect for 2023 on this topic.
Energy poverty has been an important issue during the year 2022. The geopolitical context and the energy crisis have reinforced situations of energy poverty. Many actors have acted to address this growing challenge by continuing the work already done and by being innovative and implementing new sets of emergency measures. This lunch talk proposes to have an exchange around this past year to reflect on what happened and to discuss together the challenges for the year 2023.
- 13:30 - Introduction
- 13:35 - Keynote speech by Stefan Bouzarovski, Professor at the University of Manchester
- 13:40 - Presentation of the municipality of Getafe, Spain
- 13:50 - Open conversation with participants. Sharing experiences on these 3 questions:
- Did you face any unexpected challenges during the past year that had an effect on the vulnerable consumers? What where they?
- What do you think will be the situation in 2023 and what actions are you planning?
- What new measures/policies would you like to see at the EU level?
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.
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