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This section contains scientific articles, reports and other documents related to energy poverty.

Mould, R., & Baker, K.J.
2017
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Fuel poverty in Scotland is currently measured using a definition based on the Boardman ‘10% of income’ conceptualisation of the condition. However, the definition and the metrics used to identify and target fuel poor households are now under review. What is needed is a reconceptualisation of...Read more

Mould, R., & Baker, K.J.
2017
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Internationally, previous studies have investigated the impact of socio-economic and physical dwelling factors on household electricity consumption however, to date, few such studies have been conducted in the UK. Jones et al. (2015) identify six studies that have accessed actual (as opposed to...Read more

Murafa, C., Sinea, A., Jiglau, G. and Badescu, G.
2017

Energy poverty, understood as an issue of accessibility of energy resources, as well as the defective access to modern means of ensuring comfort in dwellings, is a widespread phenomenon in the European Union, the post-Communist space being particularly affected by it. In Romania, the phenomenon...Read more

National Energy Action (NEA)
2017
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Across Great Britain, households located in properties off the gas network are being left behind in the fight against fuel poverty. In particular, the UK Government’s main scheme to provide heating and insulation measures to low income households – Energy Company Obligation (ECO) – is failing...Read more

National Energy Action (NEA)
2017
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National Energy Action (NEA) and Energy Action Scotland (EAS) have produced the UK Fuel Poverty Monitor every year since 2003-04 allowing progress and activity to tackle fuel poverty to be tracked and compared across the four nations over time. Whilst this publication was delayed due to the...Read more

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