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This evaluation report, the first of its kind in Albania, uses the concept of energy poverty and follows the same line concerning the challenge of meeting citizens’ continuing demand for more electricity or other forms of energy for their life activities.
The report sets out the review panel's findings and a series of evidence-based recommendations with a clear aim of making improvements to the current fuel poverty definition.
Through the analytical lens of material politics, the paper investigates how Energy Cafés engage in diverse – explicit and implicit, more or less conscious – forms of political engagement.
This research investigated the relationship between fuel poverty and carbon monoxide (CO) risk in households on low incomes and in vulnerable situations.
This report contains a compilation of articles that analyses energy poverty from different perspectives.
The research is the first attempt to analyze residential energy, habitants’ behavior, and attitudes in the middle of the economic crisis in North Greece.
Recommendations on how to alleviate energy poverty through sound renovation strategies are laid out in this factsheet.
A questionnaire aiming to assess energy poverty in low income urban areas was used. The questionnaire followed the example of a number of different studies that have dealt with the energy consumption of households and its correlation with various socio-economic parameters for various countries world
The Atlas of Initiatives of Energy Poverty in Europe, prepared by the Ecoserveis Association, is the product of an exhaustive review of the practices carried out around Europe at the end of 2016. The document comprises 65 best practices against energy poverty analysed.