energy poverty

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The Social Innovation to Tackle Fuel Poverty programme is an initiative co-created by Ashoka and the Schneider Electric Foundation. It aimed to identify and engage 15-20 innovative organisations working in the field of fuel poverty and energy sustainability in five European countries: Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain. More specifically, the programme seeked for organisations and projects working in one or more of the categories which follow:  
Post date: 1 Dec 2017
Type: Link

by Vasileios Ntouros (NKUA)  
Post date: 1 Dec 2017
Type: News

This report was published by Trinomics in 2016, at the request of the European Commission. Its main purpose is to support the European Commission to gain a better insight into energy poverty by refining EU wide data collection and monitoring.   In particular, the objectives of this analysis are:  
Post date: 14 Nov 2017
Type: Publication

The present report on energy poverty in South East Europe (SEE) is the outcome of The South East Europe Policy (SEE SEP) programme, a European Commission financially supported programme in which several civil society organisations across the region came together to better influence energy policies and practices in SEE.  
Post date: 14 Nov 2017
Type: Publication

By Isabelle Maurizi (PRACSIS)  
Post date: 23 Aug 2017
Type: News

The European Commission has launched a new project (service contract ENER/2015/B3/507-2) to develop a European Energy Poverty Observatory (EPOV). The EPOV project is scheduled to last 40 months, and is being developed by a pan-European consortium of organisations, led by the University of Manchester.     The aim of the project is to ensure access to information about the socio-economic extent of energy poverty in Europe, and measures to combat it.   The EPOV will:
Post date: 9 Aug 2017
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On Wednesday May 31, the VELUX Group launched the 2017 edition of the Healthy Homes Barometer during an event dedicated to Healthy Buildings which took place at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.  
Post date: 7 Jun 2017
Type: News

This report is part of a series of pan-European surveys investigating the link between homes and health across the EU.
Post date: 7 Jun 2017
Type: Publication

The relation between quality of dwelling, socio-economic status and health in EU28 and its Member States - Scientific report as input for Healthy Homes Barometer 2017     This report by Ecofys commissioned by Velux A/S, evaluates the relation between health and housing conditions across the EU and its Member States, focusing on two main research objectives.  
Post date: 7 Jun 2017
Type: Publication

The long-term renovation strategies developed by Member States are an opportunity to reduce energy poverty through stimulating deep renovation of buildings.   Member States cannot miss the opportunity to achieve the triple goal of increasing the rate and depth of renovation, achieving energy savings targets and improving the living conditions of millions of vulnerable citizens.   National renovation strategies must include dedicated policies and measures for low income households.  
Post date: 2 May 2017
Type: Publication