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Relevant Organisations

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.

GRE-Liège (GRE-Liège)

Tags: Employment

This organisation brings together private and public operators to promote economic, social and urban development in the province of Liège. Energy efficiency is one of its fields of action, through projects that facilitate the energy transition process towards a more efficient use of resources. At the local level this implies the improvement of efficiency of consumption, yields and intensity of use, as well as the development of alternative and sustainable production methods.

Habitat for Humanity

Tags: NGOs

This organisation launched an advocacy project in 2017 which aims to prevent energy poverty in Poland. The project involves a number of initiatives that should provide a better understanding of the issue, as well as active collaboration with non-profit organizations, business partners, government officials and local authorities.

ICT enabled BEhavioral change ToWards Energy EfficieNt lifestyles (InBETWEEN)

Tags: Social housingSmart metersBehaviour

inBETWEEN simultaneously assists users to identify energy waste, learn how they can conserve energy and motivate them to act. The inBetween solution will help users integrate their building’s connected devices and systems with advanced energy analytics and optimisation services to create a comprehensive recommendation and feed-back solution which will facilitate further behaviour change towards more energy and cost efficient daily routines. This solution will be tested (among others) in 44 social housing apartments in France.

KOMOSIE

Tags: NGOsEnergy audits

KOMOSIE is the network of non-profit organisations involved in recovery and energy-cutting activities in Flanders. They organise the Energiesnoeiers project, which provides a free energy scan and the placement of insulations, mostly to vulnerable households. The initiative involves formerly unemployed people, which now work as energy advisor.

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