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The article presents an analysis of three national approaches to energy poverty in Europe; England, Ireland and France. In comparing these cases, the article shows how each defines and measures energy poverty differently & how this affects the selection and functioning of different policy solutions
This paper provides a multiple-indicator approach to understand an FP situation beyond its traditional definition, thereby establishing a starting point for the reflection of vulnerability in policy decisions and methodological implications.
The National Strategy against Energy Poverty 2019 - 2024 approved by the Spanish Government last March seeks to address a situation that affects between 3.5 and 8.1 million citizens, reducing at least 25% current indicators but seeking to reach 50%.
The chapter provides a short overview of the sustainable energy consumption challenges in the Bulgarian residential sector, with a special focus on the issue of energy poverty.
The Member State Report of the EU Energy Poverty Observatory (EPOV) provides an overview of the energy poverty situation in Germany at a glance. With key indicators, policies and publications, it offers an understanding of the key aspects of energy poverty in Germany.
The Member State Report of the EU Energy Poverty Observatory (EPOV) provides an overview of the energy poverty situation in Lithuania at a glance. With key indicators, policies and publications, it offers an understanding of the key aspects of energy poverty in Lithuania.
This document is the response from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy to a list of questions on energy poverty from members of parliament.
The EPOV annual report introduces the concept of energy poverty, outlines what EPOV is, highlights the prevalence of energy poverty in the EU and finally introduces measures to tackle it.
Following a survey among the EnR members carried out to provide an updated state of the art about definition, measure and data on the energy poverty phenomenon, energy efficiency interventions once more have proven to be key factors in providing a structural response to the complex energy poverty.