Below, you can access a database of publications from across Europe on energy poverty.
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EPAH report: Energy Poverty Advisory Hub National Indicators: Uncovering New Possibilities for Expanded Knowledge
Diagnosis is a vital component of addressing EP and requires measurement and monitoring of its various dimensions. This report is a revision of the first EPAH report on energy poverty indicators.
7 practical steps to energy poverty diagnosis – Energy Poverty Advisory Hub learning guide in all EU languages
The present policy brief was developed in the context of the COOLTORISE project: Raising summer energy poverty awareness to reduce cooling needs.
WELL-BASED published a research briefing on energy poverty and health in households from 5 Hungary, Latvia, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom during the winter 2022-2023.
POWERPOOR EU Policy Recommendations: Working on the ground with energy-poor households and policymakers to mitigate energy poverty
This POWERPOOR document presents how different elements of the recent EU 2030 climate and energy legislation can help alleviate energy poverty.
With the development of national roadmaps, POWERPOOR aimed to enable the application of the project's approach to promote integrated energy poverty mitigation policies across all regions and cities within the pilot countries.
The publication demonstrates that the choice for a particular energy poverty (gap) indicator makes the implicit welfare choices of energy poverty policies explicit.
This first handbook on energy poverty diagnosis addresses the different steps to achieve a robust diagnosis and proposes a flexible framework for each local government to implement the identified procedures and activities.
Study of fuelwood use for coping with energy poverty based on the lived experience of energy-vulnerable households in five diverse European countries (Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, and North Macedonia).
We build on the conceptual, methodological, and policy dimensions of energy poverty research to set up pathways toward a new, interdisciplinary research and policy agenda on energy poverty mitigation better equipped to provide meaningful answers to the challenges posed by the ongoing energy crisis.