Our practices and policies toolkit highlights a variety of practices that can inspire you to address energy poverty by access research publications and by getting to know more about policies and like-minded organisations active against energy poverty.
Below, you can access a database of policies, publications, and organisations working on energy poverty from across Europe.
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The EPOV case study discusses the Jessica II Fund for Multi-Apartment Building Modernisation that promoted large-scale renovation efforts in Lithuania.
The EPOV case study focuses on the development of the Energy Poverty Observatory in Greece aiming at effective monitoring of the Greek energy poverty situation.
The aim of this research is to explore the possibilities of using the information about energy consumption records in the new smart meters.
The EPVO case study focuses on a project in Barcelona that involves large-scale efforts to help people to manage their energy bills and avoid disconnection, as well as trainings and workshops.
A hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA) was performed to group countries according to their SEPV. A Poisson regression model was fitted to analyse the association between SEPV and EWM.
The report monitors the performance of consumer protection measures in the European electricity and gas markets.
In this study, the characteristics of the Portuguese dwelling stock are regionally analysed using data from approximately 523,000 Portuguese residential EPCs.
A methodology that allows the localization of urban areas that are suffering from fuel poverty is developed. Average incomes per household and residential energy consumption for each urban area are analyzed with a Geographical Information System.
The work suggests that attempts to address energy poverty need to take into account the quality of people’s social relations, as well as the potential impact of policy and practice on social relations...
This paper aims to uncover the spatialities of gender and energy poverty. It argues that established energy vulnerability frameworks can challenge the assumption that gender inequality is synonymous with energy poverty, but to do so these framings must move beyond a focus upon the household