The EVALUATE project team is delighted to announce that all of our recent publications are now available with full open access. This includes work on the landscapes of energy poverty and inequality in Europe, underpinned by a conceptual contribution to the global understanding of energy services and vulnerability. The articles are:
- A paper in the journal European Urban and Regional Studies (EURS), exploring how the notion of the ‘EU energy divide’ helps us understand energy transitions, regional inequalities and poverty trends;
- A paper in Local Environment on the manner in which energy poverty produces everyday spaces and political relations, examined within the context of recent political and socio-economic processes in Hungary;
- A paper in the Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews on Energy and Environment, focusing on the landscapes of vulnerability and energy poverty in the European Union;
- A paper in Energy Research & Social Science (ERSS) offering a global perspective on domestic energy deprivation by overcoming the energy poverty–fuel poverty binary.