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This introduction presents the concept of energy poverty with the different approaches that can be useful for obtaining a general picture of energy poverty in your local government as well as the initial introduction to the methodology to tackle energy poverty.
This report brings together all learnings and insights obtained during the Horizon 2020 SCORE project, with a focus on giving guidance to local actors - primarily municipalities - aiming to set up an energy community and a Consumer Stock Ownership Plan.
Based on experiences in the field, this document analyses the current national conditions for Renewable Energy Communities in the countries involved in the SCORE project.
FINLAND’S INTEGRATED NATIONAL ENERGY AND CLIMATE PLAN
This Energy Poverty Advisory Hub report conducts a thorough scientific literature review of studies that delve into energy poverty assessment and the identification and targeting of the energy-poor population at local scale.
The analysis offers insights into the spatial pattern of fuel poverty within a city and thus provides an opportunity to channel efforts towards households in those neighbourhoods most in need. It also demonstrates that a trade-off between ecological and social targets should be considered in the dev
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.
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.
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.