Energy Poverty Advisory Hub Leaflet
This report displays a series of 24 inspirational cases of how energy poverty can be alleviated at the local level. The cases are the result of extensive research on energy poverty by the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) with support from its national partners and other experts in the field.
This paper aimed to provide an in-depth description of the distribution of EP by sociodemographic, socioeconomic and housing characteristics, as well as to analyse the association between EP and health and wellbeing in children in Barcelona.
The Member State Report of the EU Energy Poverty Observatory (EPOV) provides an overview of the energy poverty situation in Denmark at a glance. With key indicators, policies and publications, it offers an understanding of the key aspects of energy poverty in Denmark.
The main objective of this study was to analyse the association between EP and distinct indicators of health status, health services utilisation and medication use in southern Europe, using the city of Barcelona as a case study.
The aim of the research presented in this paper is to understand, evaluate and consequently reveal the experiences of students living in the private-rented sector, quantify their possible exposure to fuel poverty, and to determine the impacts of this exposure on their well-being.
The EPOV’s Member State Reports summarise the key aspects of the energy poverty situation in each EU Member State, based on the key indicators, policies and publications. The indicators used in the reports are based on data collected by EUROSTAT.
In this analysis, energy poverty levels are evaluated for Greece, the municipality of Évora (Portugal), and the Basque Country (Spain): energy bills are modeled based on building energy performance data and other energy uses, and adjusted according to socio-demographic variables.
The Positive Energy District (PED) concept has been pointed out as key for cities' energy system transformation toward carbon neutrality.
This paper assesses the performance of a centralised heat pump (200 kW of heating capacity) to meet the space heating demand of block dwellings in Madrid