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7 practical steps to energy poverty diagnosis – Energy Poverty Advisory Hub learning guide in all EU languages
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.
The major contribution of the proposed framework is a clear yet adaptable criterion for instruments interaction analysis. Energy poverty literature is reviewed in the optic of how policy mix can help develop and analyze policies for its erasing, and specific criteria for its instruments analysis.
FEEDS undertook research with associations working in energy poverty to discover that the correlation between the risk of fire and energy poverty seems clearly established, but that the preventive measures are not always well known and even less implemented.
This paper addresses that gap by investigating the distributional effects of reaching the Renovation Wave’s 2030 goals in the EU27 countries, based on data from Invert/EE-Lab and Eurostat.
This Energy Poverty Advisory Hub EPAH report focuses on national-level indicators and how they can aid Member-States in their diagnosis of energy poverty levels to plan and implement mitigation measures.
This paper evaluates whether, how, and why policy documents in six diverse European countries (Spain, France, Portugal, the UK, North Macedonia, and Slovenia) link energy poverty to other related policy areas.
The SHEERenov project develops a proposal for a completely new and functional Methodology for assessing the individual energy needs of households, which is an essential element, an integral part of the proposed Methodology for defining energy-poor households of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.