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The publication first describes the necessary background and policy objectives of a carbon tax. It then discusses in detail the effect a carbon tax could have on energy poverty.
This paper explores the causes of these regional differences and contests that a common measurement across the UK countries would be insightful for resource allocation and policy design.
The paper, developed by the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Florence School of Regulation, reviews and classifies the policies implemented across the five continents, identifying potential inefficiencies, but also best practices.
The study shows how energy poverty and its impact on health worsened during the economic crisis and identifies groups at higher risk such as women and people living in the Mediterranean and Eastern European countries.
Through a conceptual and analytical discussion, the paper sets out the theoretical problematic of the act of measurement and relate this to the general issue of measuring energy poverty.
his comprehensive report quanitifies the situation of energy poverty in Spain. It includes several indicators and disaggregation levels.
The study was conducted in response to the need to integrate the existing methods for assessing urban deprivation in European cities and introduce in such analyses the fuel poverty-related factors that induce it.
The document sets out Ireland's level of ambition, accompanied by specific targets to be achieved against a comprehensive set of metrics, with appropriate disaggregation, including by gender, where data is available.
This resource is a guide for identifying, understanding, and documenting the different social and economic benefits of addressing energy poverty.
The EU Energy Poverty Observatory (EPOV) report consists of two sections, the first of which examines policies and measures to address energy poverty across the EU, while the second presents the latest statistics on energy poverty.