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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.

Less Energy More OpportuNities (LEMON)

Tags: Social housing

This project targets the energy retrofit of private and public dwellings in the social housing sector of two regions of Emilia-Romagna by establishing an innovative financing approach, which applies an energy performance contracting (EPC) model combined with a new "green lease" concept based on the improved energy performance of the housing units (Energy Performance Tenancy Agreement - EPTA). It envisages to trigger sustainable energy investments of €15.29 million in 622 dwellings.

Luzcontrol (Luzcontrol)

This organisation is dedicated to helping households lower their energy bills, with special focus on energy poverty. It has signed agreements with social entities that work with vulnerable households, such as the Red Cross, Cáritas and Familias Numerosas de Andalucía.

Macmillan Cancer Support

Tags: Physical health

This organisation campaigned for additional financial support for people with cancer who were in particular need and struggling with their energy bills. Nearly one in five people with cancer turn off the heating, even though they're cold, because they're worried about paying their energy bills. Not enough people with cancer who are terminally ill, having treatment or receiving certain benefits get the financial help they need to keep their homes warm. 

National Right to Fuel Campaign

Tags: NGOs

The NRFC is an independent and volunteer-led campaign which brings together a range of voices from the corporate, charitable and public sectors to raise the profile of fuel poverty. The NRFC came into existence in 1975 with the single aim of ensuring that every household is able to afford adequate heat, light and power. Today it is still campaigning to protect the right of all people in the UK to live in a warm, dry and well lit home.

Network for the energy transition (Réseau pour la transition énergétique - CLER)

CLER is a French association for the protection of the environment since 1984. Its objective is to promote renewable energy, energy efficiency and more generally, the energy transition. It coordinates local services for energy efficiency (SLIME) and aims to support local measures fighting against energy poverty by focusing on tailored advice to low-income households via house visits.

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