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Energy Poverty Advisory Hub
News article27 September 2021Directorate-General for Energy

Energy Poverty Advisory Hub: The leading EU initiative on energy poverty is launching its new website

The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) has launched its new website with the aim to become the centre of energy poverty expertise in Europe for local governments and all stakeholders interested in taking action to combat energy poverty.

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In the newly launched platform, visitors and beneficiaries can find out what the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub is and what it is set to achieve in the upcoming years. More importantly, though, local governments and their supporting organisations are able to:

Discover local actions
European local governments have begun to address energy poverty with inspirational projects tailored to their specific local needs. Discover more about our upcoming publication and online ATLAS that will showcase inspiring practices and local measures.

Learn more about energy poverty and mitigating action
Understanding, measuring, and monitoring energy poverty is an important step to alleviate it. Free access to tools can guide you in the process. Three open online training courses with different levels and approaches to energy poverty will be available on our website to enable participants to enhance skills and competences in order to develop their own diagnosis, plans and projects to combat energy poverty.

Additionally, a set of indicators can be found to provide a snapshot of energy poverty issues in Europe.

Explore our support system
Addressing energy poverty is a priority but may often face complex challenges. Does your municipality want to launch a local action on energy poverty, and need guidance? The EPAH helpdesk will point you in the right direction.

Moreover, you will have the chance to apply to open calls for dedicated support for your municipality’ to take the next step against energy poverty with dedicated expertise and bilateral guidance by our local and international experts. Stay tuned on our website to see when the calls will be launched and the requirements to apply.


Publication date
27 September 2021
Directorate-General for Energy