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

Parés, Neus; Enciso, Jaume; Brotons, Jordi
2015
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The report aims to explore the evolution of the level of consumption and the impact of energy poverty on a population that uses the social services of the municipality of Sabadell.Read more

Sabina Scarpellini, Pilar Rivera-Torres, Inés Suárez-Perales, Alfonso Aranda-Usón
2015
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The current economic situation has increased the number of households in Europe experiencing restrictions and/or limitations of affordability of energy services, demonstrating the urgent need to intervene in those extreme cases in which households suffer the daily consequences of what is...Read more

Sánchez-Guevara, C., Fernández, A.S., and Aja, A.H.
2015
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Fuel poverty can be defined as ‘the inability to afford adequate warmth in the home’ and it is the result of the combination of three factors: low household income, lack of energy efficiency and high energy bills. Within this context, the present research is aimed at characterizing, for the...Read more

Waddams, C. and Deller, D.
2015
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This report surveys the affordability of energy, water, telecoms and transport services across the EU. It maps the share of household expenditure devoted to these different utilities across member states, looks at the ways to assess affordability in different sectors and reviews the literature...Read more

Mould, R., Baker, K.J., & Emmanuel, R.
2014
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The fuel poor are those households that must spend more than 10% of their income to sustain a reasonable heating regime. The measures for fuel poverty in Scotland depend on a fuel spend for modelled energy use patterns, while England and Wales have adopted a relative measure of population...Read more

Tirado Herrero., S., Jiménez Meneses, L., López Fernández, J.L., Martín García, J., Perero Van Hove, E.
2014

In 2012, a study carried out by the Association of Environmental Sciences (ACA) on energy poverty in Spain found that in 2010 the percentage of Spanish households with disproportionate energy expenditure reached 12% (close to 5 million people) and the percentage of Spanish households incapable...Read more

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