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Altum

Tags: Apartment buildingsEnergy efficiencyFinancingHeating system

Altum was founded in 2013 as a a state owned development finance institution. Altum develops and implements state aid programmes to support the Latvian people. In the sphere of energy poverty it provides financial support for home owners living in multiple apartment buildings to improve the energy efficiency or the heating system of their home. It provides households with free consultations, grants, loans and credit guarantees for banks.

Altum

Tags: Apartment buildingsEnergy efficiencyFinancingHeating system

Altum was founded in 2013 as a a state owned development finance institution. Altum develops and implements state aid programmes to support the Latvian people. In the sphere of energy poverty it provides financial support for home owners living in multiple apartment buildings to improve the energy efficiency or the heating system of their home. It provides households with free consultations, grants, loans and credit guarantees for banks.

Altum

Tags: Apartment buildingsEnergy efficiencyFinancingHeating system

Altum was founded in 2013 as a a state owned development finance institution. Altum develops and implements state aid programmes to support the Latvian people. In the sphere of energy poverty it provides financial support for home owners living in multiple apartment buildings to improve the energy efficiency or the heating system of their home. It provides households with free consultations, grants, loans and credit guarantees for banks.

E-Control

E-Control is the regulatory agency for the Austrian electricity market. It monitors the situation of energy poverty and informs the public debate by publishing regular reports on the status of energy poverty. It played a key role in investigating different options and deciding on the energy poverty definition used by the Austrian government.

French Energy Poverty Observatory (Observatoire National de la Précarité Énergétique - ONPE)

The Observatory takes into consideration the social, energy, health and economic aspects of energy poverty. It is a permanent monitoring and evaluation tool which provides decision-making tools to the government, national agencies, communities, energy providers, associations and professionals working in energy poverty. The Observatory contains different policies and common indicators of enery poverty, aims to better define the concept and to improve the use of observation, analysis, evaluation and intervention tools. It is based on the principles of neutrality, sustainability and statistical reliability.

Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency Group (FPEEG)

FPEEG, the Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency Group, is a coalition of cross party MPs and industry stakeholders committed to maintain awareness in Parliament of fuel poverty issues; to monitor and comment on progress against Government’s targets to eradicate fuel poverty; to advocate policies that deliver affordable warmth for vulnerable households with emphasis on improved domestic energy efficiency including effective thermal insulation alongside efficient and effective heating systems.

Housing Energy Efficiency Agency (VšĮ Būsto energijos taupymo agentūra, BETA)

Tags: Apartment buildingsEnergy efficiency

The Housing Energy Efficiency Agency supports home-owners in the renovation of apartment buildings. It informs  apartment owners on programs for renovation of apartment buildings and co-ordinates between relevant stakeholders such as municipalities, NGOs, home owners and construction companies.  Until January 2020 it supported the renovation of 2600 multi-apartment buildings.

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