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Introduction to the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) Handbooks: A Guide to Understanding and Addressing Energy Poverty
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.
It starts at home: Space heating and cooling efficiency for energy poverty and carbon emissions reduction in Portugal
This study demonstrates the relevance of exploring the impact of space heating and cooling equipment replacement measures on energy poverty, efficiency and carbon emissions at the regional level while providing a replicable method for investigating this subject and producing valuable insights into o
This publication is produced by the Covenant of Mayors Europe in collaboration with the Joint Research Centre and the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub. It provides an overview for signatories of the energy poverty pillar in the CoM Europe framework and the support options that are available to them.
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.
Assessing the fuel poverty vulnerability of urban neighbourhoods using a spatial multi-criteria decision analysis for the German city of Oberhausen
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
The conclusion of this monography served as a basis for the adoption of an official energy poverty definition in Bulgaria.
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