The city of Zagreb is developing an Energy Poverty Mitigation Programme with the support of the first EPAH technical assistance. Watch Ivan Ivankovic Head of Energy & Climate at the city of Zagreb describing why the city decided to apply for the open call for technical assistance.
The interview took place during the 2nd international EPAH conference in Zagreb, July 2022.
Marios-Alkinoos Dimitriou of DAFNI, Network of Sustainable Greek Islands presents the challenges of small islands when it comes to energy poverty and the planned activity to develop a one-stop-shop with the support of the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) technical assistance.
The interview took place during the 2nd international EPAH conference in Zagreb in July 2022.
The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) Handbook 1 is a practical guide for municipalities that wish to start analysing and addressing energy poverty. It's the first part of a trilogy of publications on energy poverty aiming to ensure that the social dimensions of energy transition are addressed efficiently.
The Energy Poverty Advisory Hub ATLAS is an online interactive database that allows visitors to discover local and international projects as well as measures addressing energy poverty across the world. Watch the video to find out how you can benefit from this tool and how you can submit your own case to be included in the EPAH ATLAS.