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

Sabina Scarpellini, Pilar Rivera-Torres, Inés Suárez-Perales, Alfonso Aranda-Usón

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

Scarpellini, S., et al.

This paper aims to provide a socio-political reflection of the role played by social workers in regional policies and of the real needs of households affected by energy poverty. The paper also examines the impact of technical-specialised training on the ability of social workers to prevent and...Read more

Velody, M., Cain, M.J.G., and Philips, M.

The energy sector reform process is occurring throughout the transition countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Eurasia. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has supported this process in numerous countries. The electricity sector reform process generally...Read more

Deutsche Caritasverband

The problem of energy poverty is current and urgent, because energy prices have been rising continuously for many years. As of January 1, 2013, many electricity suppliers have implemented price increases by an average of twelve percent. However, energy poverty does not have just one cause, but...Read more

Parés, Neus; Enciso, Jaume; Brotons, Jordi

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

Probert, L.

Research conducted in 2009 by Snell and Bradshaw found that there is a close link between fuel and water poverty, and that certain demographic and socio-economic characteristics increase the likelihood of a household being defined as both fuel and water poor. This research also found that there...Read more