New policy brief from EVALUATE project

The fourth policy brief of the of the EVALUATE project┬áis now available. The brief outlines some results from a detailed qualitative study with over 100 households in four Central and Eastern European cities, conducted during the winter, spring and summer of 2016. A number of novel findings are presented: the role of stigma and shame in the lived experience of energy deprivation; intra-household inequalities in energy poverty’s impacts (including along gender lines); and material drivers of excessively warm homes during the summer.