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

Bartiaux F., Servais O., De Menten T., and Frogneux N.

This paper sketches the framework of policies dealing, often indirectly, with energy poverty in Belgium and originating in social laws, a federal competence. As most competences related to energy are dealt with at the Regional level, this paper is mainly focused on Wallonia, the Southern and...Read more

Deller, D.

This paper provides a pan-EU mapping of energy affordability using energy expenditure shares. Large variations in energy expenditure shares are identified, with the shares being significantly higher in New Member States than the EU15. First, these variations indicate that a single expenditure-...Read more

Deller, D. and Waddams Price, C.

Concern about fairness in the retail energy market is clear from media headlines and the passing of legislation to impose a ‘wide’ price cap in the retail energy market in 2018. ‘Fairness in Retail Energy Markets? Evidence from the UK’ provides extensive evidence from a range of disciplines to...Read more

Preston, I., et al.

eaga Charitable Trust appointed the Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) and the Association for the Conservation of Energy (ACE) to examine how the costs and benefits of the UK’s renewable energy policies may distribute amongst the domestic sector.Read more

Robinson, C., Lindley, S., Bouzarovski, S.

A household’s vulnerability to energy poverty is socially and spatially variable. Efforts to measure energy poverty, however, have focused on narrow, expenditure-based metrics or area-based targeting. These metrics are not spatial per se, because the relative importance of drivers does not vary...Read more