The ENPOR project, funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, shed light on energy poverty in the PRS by making it more visible and measurable, while testing energy efficiency support programmes to tackle it.
Passive house was the focal point of EPAH’s March lunch talk, where Sarah Mekjian (Climate Alliance, Outphit Project) and Harald Malzer (Neue Heimat Tyrol, Outphit Project) shared about its potential to alleviate energy poverty, accompanied by case studies and examples.
Why we need to address summer energy poverty in public policies
We are excited to present the results of the projects under the framework of the EPAH technical assistance open call.
EPAH is pleased to share that the Council of Ministers in Portugal approved the Portuguese National Long-term Energy Poverty Mitigation Strategy 2023-2050 on the 8th of January, 2024.
In our December lunch talk, João Pedro Gouveia and Pedro Palma of NOVA School of Science and Technology - FCT NOVA and part of Energy Poverty Advisory Hub shed light on the latest developments in national energy poverty indicators and the refined EPAH dashboard.
BECKON launched an open call inviting local authorities, municipalities, and energy agencies to become replicators of its model.
“We put energy poverty at the center of our policy because we want to include everyone, we do not want to make the rift bigger between different inhabitants of our city” mentioned Rafał Trzaskowski, Mayor of Warsaw at the kick of the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) annual conference
EPAH organised seven national events between May and July 2023 to discuss the recent state of energy poverty and hear from local representatives what are the most pressing issues and their suggestions for the future.
EPAH lunch talk#6 takeaways - behavioural change solutions to support consomers in their energy consumption
The 7th EPAH lunch talk focused on the solutions providing by behavioural change practices to support individuals and households in energy poverty. Discover the takeaways from the discussion.