Case Studies of the EU Energy Poverty Observatory showcase successfully implemented energy poverty measures in the Member States. They highlight best practices that can be used as models for energy poverty action.
This case study focuses on a project in Barcelona that involves large-...Read more
Scope of the Project was to understand the energy poverty seperation and develop sustainable supporting mechanisms which is stated in European Regulations and suggested to be defined as per countries’ characteristics...Read more
Following more than two decades of relevant research and policy in the UK, fuel poverty is increasingly being acknowledged at the national and supranational level. Although it has yet to be identified as a distinct social issue worldwide, relevant alleviatory policy is extant in most countries....Read more
Fuel poverty is a still insufficiently researched social and energy challenge with significant climate change implications. Based on evidence from Hungarian panel apartment blocks connected to district heating, this paper introduces a new variant of fuel poverty that may not be properly captured...Read more
Even though energy poverty alleviation and climate change mitigation are inextricably linked policy goals, they have remained as relatively disconnected fields of research inquiry and policy development. Acknowledging this gap, this paper explores the mainstream academic and policy literatures...Read more